I bet you can’t tell in which pannel I used a 3D environment.
Well, the only one with an environment is the centre one but I’ll be I’m wrong. I used to see this every Monday morning when I worked in a university. “Never again” the students would say – every Monday morning. So, no sympathy for Bert, sorry. CM.
Well, it IS the 3rd pannel! It’s the only one with an environment, as you said
Herbert as a frat boy, why didn’t I think of that. He’d totally be the dumbest of them.
You used the 3D environment on the first panel, didn’t you? I’m sorry, but it’s totally obvious.
Also I used to liken it to “tasting like a badger slept in my mouth.” But “dead rat taste in your tongue” is also a good summery. (Unfairly, I get this affect without so much as going near alcohol.)
OH NO BUSTED
Ugh, that sounds terrible. I don’t drink alcohol, but my father and plenty of my uncles and aunts do, and they all turn into silly jerks when they do. Herbert is positively calm and friendly by comparison.
Your artwork and expressiveness is getting really good. I LOVE the last frame. The first frame is *slightly* incongruous, but that’s the whole point of this exercise: experiment, play around and see what works. It’s my third time to this page in the past three weeks. I keep coming back to it. Keep up the good work.
Thanks! I drew the first pannel to call back the last one in chapter 6. They were supposed to come on each other’s tail, after all. Maybe I should have changed it after coming up with the Interlude, like, making the first pannel be the big establishing shot instead of the third one… hindsight, hindsight.
But I did something right in this page when it comes to colors and shade, though I’m not quite sure what it was XD I’m very fond of it, too.
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