Happy Friday! This is my 51st comic, yay!!! ...Nope, not as exciting as 50, but one step closer to 100, right? Also, RIP Periwinkle colored pencil; the river proved too much for you.
I think this page is brilliant. Just love Thook's expressions in the last two panels. Just beautiful. <3
BTW I think the periwinkle pencil should proud of it's last accomplishment. That is one great looking river!
Thank you! When I'm doing these pages without scripts, I often write what they would be saying in my head and can only hope it's expressed through the drawing. So far, I think it's doing well. Thanks again :)
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Only thing I have to say? The pages feel a little bit too wide, but didn't have any problem reading.
They won't fit in anything with less than 1280 wide screen resolution though.
I believe I'm at 1234x954. I could try 1100x850?
Not really. If you resize to appeal lower screen resolutions, you might end up with a garbled, unreadable mess instead of the amazingly detailed pages you have.
I was just pointing that (incredibly obvious) fact in my previous comment, not really asking for a resize.
"Hurry, uncle! My swimming fatigue bar is almost GONE!"
Hurray for conveniently placed twisty trees!
What colour is periwinkle? I remember someone talking about such a colour of pencil but it was not a colour I've ever seen an actual periwinkle in. I forgot all the rest. It must have been very traumatising! :P
It's supposed to be a light purple/blue, but it's the color I use in the river.
Ah! (I didn't assume it was the blue since the water isn't the only element in a river)
Well it's still a confusing colour name; this is what I know as periwinkle: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5d/Buccinum_undatum.jpg/757px-Buccinum_undatum.jpg
It's beige, and good eating C:
Wow way to disgress Dodom!
Love this scene!! You could see it clearly....uncle powerless to do anything as he watches his niece about to drown..D: