oh this will be fun to see what that angry looking person in the background is looking at her so angrily at her for what even reason that may be
I just received new pages from Przemyslaw and I’m blown away by how each page gets better and better. It’s getting me excited about this project and making me raise my game as colorist.
Stay tuned. You’re in for a ride.
beautiful lightning ^^
…And so many women burdened with pregnancies who want to end it before it’s done might well be likened to her (although they don’t suggest that the woman was in such trouble in this story here, it was reputed to be conceived from a love gone wrong between her and her father’s clerk–it’s not shown in Steeleye Span’s cover, though there are graphic details of her tying up the baby before stabbing it to the heart, but it is in Ian and Sylvia’s “Down by the Greenwood Sidie”, and in that cover, it’s twins she has from that)…
On another note, the “Fine Flowers in the Valley” line I had also heard before, in Steeleye Span’s cover of “The Elven Knight”…
I’m just a strong-minded and well-versed newcomer, so don’t mind me if I offend…
Jen looks different.
The tip of her nose is less pointy and she got more chin in the first panel.
Hope that’s gonna be fixed soon before the new look becomes “the default”. (In the second panel she looks more like before.)
I sort of rushed through the recent chapters and intend to read them again. So I may leave more comments for the past in the future… But now the impression of Jen looking different was so strong that I immediately had to…
Usually I’m much more into drawn comics than poser generated ones, but this one was done in a great way, with post processing to overcome poser deficiencies and the result fit to the dark theme extremely well – so the poser style “sunk in” to me. (And that even though I started reading with “The Indwellers” and then jumped back to the very beginning.) In a case like this I would expect the art to continue in a way that is as close as possible to how it was before and as far as I can tell now from the fresh impression of the latest two pages, the new artists seem to be well capable of that. (Not everyone would! Insofar I can already say that the team is a very good match – hmm, the words to express this seem to escape me.)
So I hereby express my hope that the drawn art will not get too far away from the poser art regarding the looks of the characters.
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