The continuing adventures of the Eternal Warrior
These pages are really inspirational to me. I have to try to do something with a more minimalistic artstyle and freer panel-flow one of these days. I really love how you use the enviroments to define the panels in the previous pages, and how you´re not afraid to let parts fall into the black backgrounds.
Thanks - part of the idea of this exercise is speed - paring away at the art - and trying to get away from a more traditional panel arrangement on the page.
I can´t speak for the speed part, but the attempt to get away from the traditional panel arrengements certainly are successful. They´re very nice and interesting to look at, while utterly readable. And it doesn´t scream "Untraditional layouts!", it just looks like a natural extention of your style. Kind of Eisnerian, if that´s even a word. So kudos to you!
man these are fantastic. you really seem to be channeling toth! great work
Hi PaulAbsolutely loving this new project.Do you have an RSS feed in the works?
Looking forward to each page at this point now. I've always loved the dynamics and the flow of your page layouts and the action there-on. My did that sound pretentious! Great stuff so far.
I love this. Ther's so much to 'read' and take in, in each page. Ta.
I went to downthetubes.net because they had linked to my own web comic, Lovecraft is Missing. I followed their link to your comic, and Wow! It's fantastic....BUT have you ever considered using Wordpress/Comicpress instead of a blog for your pages? It really breaks the flow of the story to have to click on a page, then back up to click on the next. Via Comicpress the pages are posted at full size, and the reader can scroll back and forth through them, or go to a specific page. Keep up the good work.