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Comics - page 1083 - Tremendous athletic skill - January 22nd, 2019, 10:34 am

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Blitzkrieg1701, January 22nd, 2019, 10:34 am


Another half-finished page? Actually, no. This time the lack of color is deliberate... though it probably shouldn't have been. See, I wanted to have an ever-increasing level of manga action lines with every panel, to crank up the volume of the slapstick. And since I knew from past experience that trying to mix a full compliment of shading and too many actions lines at the same time could make everything illegible, I figured I'd just leave the line art as is. Except, even without any color, all the action lines I's originally slapped on the page still made the whole thing too hard to read, so I scaled the lines back severely... so much so that, honestly, I probably COULD have just colored the whole page in like normal without any problem. But, of course, by the time I realized this, it was too late to go back and re-do anything that extensive.

Well, honestly, it wouldn't have made the page much later than the overall average of this month, but I'm specifically trying to get better about that. I mean, look! It's barely noon! This, sadly, is pretty good for a final draft! And I even gotthe latest TWC Incentive done on time! If I can just get Conventional Wisdom happening more quickly, we'll be in pretty good shape!

...but yeah, either way you can expect Friday's page to be colored in like normal.

EDIT: Also, the middle panel is another one of those ones that makes me glad Far Out There is too obscure to worry about Rule 34. Being small-time has many advantages.




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