These comics should be in black and white anyway. It gives the stories and world a feel that I think is lost with the addition of color. This reminds me of the old school marvel comic series that I used read as a kid. Very nostalgic, and excellent art. I'm also a big fan of the sunstone comic that you are working on. I'd like to see your work in print so I could buy it and keep it for myself XD.
What is best in life? Well, according to Terry Pratchett's Cohen the Barbarian, who's been the world's greatest warrior for nearly a century, it includes hot shoup, warm woolen leggings, and soft toilet paper.
I was a mad fan of Conan throughout my teens, despite wondering about the exact color of his "volcanic blue" eyes (Robt. E. Howard liked that kinda description, like Solomon Kane's skin having a "dark pallor").
And once in a while when I get tired of hearing TOO much griping (however justified) about cheesecake in comics, I point out the equally unlikely beefcake, because Howard's Conan wore chain mail whenever he could - only an idiot would wear nothing but a fur loincloth into battle if he had a choice. And I still think Conan's desert crucifixion is the perfect essence of badass, when he BIT TO DEATH the vultures coming to pick out his eyes, and used their blood to sustain himself.
But I like the spoof Cohen's irrepressible attitude even better. He shows up in a bunch of the Discworld books, but my favorite sequence is in THE LAST HERO, when Cohen finally realizes that old age and death are inevitable, which just ain't right. So he decides that he and the last doddering members of his Silver Horde should show the gods their opinion of THAT.
Ancient legends say the first hero stole fire from the gods to give to mankind? Hell with that; Cohen and the last doddering members of his Silver Horde are gonna RETURN fire to the gods, in the form of a large barrel of thunder-clay with a lit fuse. And then maybe they can duke it out with the Valkyries when they're done.
So thank you, both for your always-gorgeous art AND for reminding me of some fun books.