Just bought my first Ravine Paperback (cause we have to get comics imported), and I love it. I'm very glad to see the human interaction, reactions and troubles. Mechanical leg? Course there should be a pebble in it.
. . . I'm still not joking when I say, you are better than almost any comic book writer out there (and I'm saying almost, because I haven't read them all). The way you write the characters, I believe, is the future of comics. Where the characters are human, and not from a soap opera where the characters have no connection between their brain and their mouths.
By the way, I've been curious for a while now; where do you get inspiration for armor designs? All of the clothing and armor you draw is simply fantastic.
I think it would be something worth looking into after the comics out to get it spread out a bit more to reach people that might not of heard of it. Because if its one thing I have learned in modding, is that if its sweet people will want more. And if the comics already out there is ALOT more for them to find and love. Just an Idea.
With that one nitpick out of the way, I call this a work of art. Realism without breaking the air of fantasy, as well as tension without spoiling suspension of disbelief. Good work.
Inspirational as usual.
for me it takes more, i want the reader to first groeww to like the characters on their own merits , and if the re is going to be sexappeal, it will be based on a logical story driven situation and not just as fanservice without a purpose
That way is exactly the way it should be done! Same here with mine; if I can get people to love the bad-gummed, very thin peasant girl in my story, then I believe I've achieved one of my goals.
I don't know how you do so many pages so fast. I've been spending years tweaking things and never actually drawing the pages down.
Man again everything So well done you get drawn in without a word how can you Not be drawn in visually!!!