A little bit of action, a little bit of comic relief. It was important to show that Brent isn't a know-it-all with solutions for everything. It's an easy mistake one can make when building the leading role for any kind of story, and Brent was dangerously coming to that. This time he's outsmarted by El'Kais and we can see some team effort. It is fun to show how different races interact; introducing the Tau factor here allowed me to play a little with different approaches, falling apart from the usual human focus on WH40K.
Art wise, the twilight orange sky was the main challenge here, or the colour gradients, trying to look 'natural'. Not many details on the background on any panel, but tricky anyway!
We have our guys on the run! Most likely High Farseer Ellinderelion won't push the pursuit too hard, but that's still to be seen!
More stuff (hopefully) coming soon. You know, all previous stuff... HERE.
Really great! Your comic art is better and better!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much! It's a pleasure having readers like you :DDelete
Nice issue dude. :DReplyDelete
Thank you! Happy to bring unexpected stuff :)Delete
Your panels really conveyed a sense of speed, peril and aerial action. Well done, Suber!ReplyDelete
Wow, thank you very much! It's not always easy to get action scenes right, specially when they imply movement. Glad to hear it worked!Delete
Awww don't say that. I rather be behind schedule in my life as ahead of schedule would imply that I'm already six feet underground ... heh heh ;)ReplyDelete
Ha ha! Well seen! :DDelete