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Commission Keith W!



Hidden name: Suzanne Hartwick

I'm guessing y'all can figure out who the "storyteller", "pointy-eared one", "boyish one", and the "mongrel" are.

So, what do you think of Keith's work this week? He's been experimenting lately with more dynamic panels. The extreme close-ups in the first two panels and the perspective work in the final panel are something he's working on to help make the comic more cinematic. Did it work?

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Guest post by "Fairportfan"

William is a "children"?


So this guy really wants to find William and the girls, huh?

If his luck is really bad, he will.

Submitted June 2, 2014 at 3:38AM


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Guest post by "Adamas"
I could just see next page: *Guncock*

And I'm quite enjoying the last few pages, feels more "Lively" especially during the "invasion" and when Tweede-dee and Dum were chasing Mandrake

Submitted June 2, 2014 at 7:51AM

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I have always very much oriented on facial expressions and body language more than most, so I have to say that the closeups were AWESOME.  You could read not only the emotions that each were projecting, but little hidden hints about inside thoughts, and I love it when that comes through in art.  That follows through in the expressions in the next comics in this arc that are up as well.

That said...  The depth of field and framing of the last panel was good, but the body postures...  and the postures in the next couple... are kind of, i dunno, static?  Not sure how to put it, but they feel like drawings taken from static poses, not from stills taken from a moving scene? If that makes sense?

Submitted June 11, 2014 at 11:14AM

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