First a bit of business:
Redraw Artists — We need skilled Photoshop redraw artists to backfill when our regular redraw artists are in a pinch. No previous scanlation experience is needed. You just need the drawing skill in Photoshop to work with manga.
Proofreaders/QCers: — We need proofreaders/QCers who have a good grasp of the English language, including grammar and punctuation. Attention to detail is a must. If you are applying for this position, please make sure your email doesn’t have any errors. Applicants with error-filled e-mails will be automatically rejected.
We are also accepting cleaners, typesetters, and translators, though these are not urgently needed for the group at this moment.
If you are interested in volunteering short-term or long-term at Crimson Flower, please contact me, Kuroneko003 via the contact me link at the top right corner of the blog.
Thanks to everyone for patiently waiting for this release. Both chapters 4 and 5 were much more challenging than the first three chapters. The redraws were numerous, difficult, and time consuming. I’m glad to have this chapter out of the way. I feel like I’ve been working on it FOREVER.
This chapter… T_T… Richard… We see a lot about Richard’s relationship with his father, who I now affectionately call “Papa-Richard” (*sniff*). Their relationship is so special and lovely. Papa-Richard is also a great father to Edward and George. We also see something interesting with Cecily. Poor Richard finally gets his cuddle…??? Speaking of Cecily, it’s interesting comparing her to Queen Margaret. Their takes on their status and duty are very different. I’m sure somebody could write pages and pages about feminism with these two as the subjects. And the end of the chapter… well, I have good news. You won’t be waiting on the cliff for long. We should be done with chapter 5 by Friday. Though, most likely it will come sooner.
Next up will be “Baraou no Souretsu” Chapter 5. After that, we will spend the month of April finishing up series, starting with “Megane no Incubus” and “Rex Fabula”.