Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 5 P 26 by RodS ()
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Here's the latest page as we catch up with G4 and Ar. They will soon be headed back to Las Vegas - and a few big surprises.
It took a bit longer to get this done than I had hoped, but for better or worse, here it is! There have been a lot of things going on, and I have a couple big projects in the works - both are related to the T.N.A. story. I'm hoping to get both of them done in the next couple weeks. I think you'll like them - at least I hope you will.
I'm keeping this short tonight - I've been fighting a cold or possibly allergies over the last two weeks, and between that and my wonderful job, I feel like I've been run over by a train.... Twice. The dang thing backed up and ran me over again.
Will try to add credits soon...
Thanks so much for dropping by, and for all of you who continue to comment and offer encouragement. It means a lot.
Hope everyone has a great week, and keep on creating!
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Love you stories. Obviously fiction as Politicians at the national rarely are made to truly paid for the crimes. Especially id their party is in power. I guess they must keep dirt on each other. My opinion is out there are so many governments out there that are corrupt I would be hard put to name even one that is not sadly. Maybe New Zealand I do not hear much about them.
Your renders and ideas are brilliant!! I have trouble with a simple scene. You create humongous scenes, great characters and story to go along with it..
Hoping to get my ideas back as haven't posted seems like a few months.
Wishing you quick recovery from the ails...
Sorry I'm late on viewing this page, Rod. Been busier then a swarm of mosquitoes in a nudist coloney. Best viewed large my friend, your the very best at this genre my friend. I lack talent patience, creativity, and resorces for impressive work like this bro. Love the gals in their new Pg 26. Now that they got that code cracked, wonder what's next?. Hope they have no troubles in sin city, just page Tina and she'll lend a hand. Each segment has a exceptional render and work. Im highly impressed. Keep em' coming my friend.
"Swarm of mosquitoes in a nudist colony..." LOL! Good one! Now THAT'S busy!
Oh, just wait..... Things are going to be...... interesting...... in Chapter 6. And Tina is definitely going to be in on the action..
You've got tons of talent, brother... You just need a kickin' machine that can keep up with that talent!
Another terrific entry. Again, your use of a room's or hall's space is wonderfully complex and rich. I love your angles in the first frame. And seeing two of our heroines from the back. (Can't help but think of Clinton with this story, lol...) And as the call comes on the screen, you shift your 'camera' to a couple of side shots, focusing more, giving a straighter view (to harmonize with the completion of the message). Then you move your camera to our left, and we now angle-in from the other direction, and we see the two stars from a more frontal view, though angled. Your pov is moving with the unfolding of the story...And you pack in enough details to paint lots of questions of what's to come. The departure is staged really well too---now I'm using theatrical terminology, lol (you're "blocking" these scenes, truly)---and there's something strangely sinister about the departure, like we're not quite sure what's about to unfold, or whether these connections will be good or bad. And the final scene is another corridor scene, where you set up the next chapter. The details in that interior (1-4) are terrific, as is the light, the play of that bright yellow light against those deep mahogany red-browns...and you use glass and leather very well too. This is wonderful just to look at, laying aside the story and characters. Then you end by flushing 'space' into the piece---we're out of the room now---with that open corridor and intimations of places well out of sight. I even love the reflections on that diadem-like car. Terrific work once more. You're really fine at this art, Rod.