Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 6 Page 16 by RodS ()
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Here's the next page in the Girls' adventures. I'm going to try and get page 17 up in the next few days - the's a lot of information that needs to be communicated, and Kinnie has a lot of things to tell Ar and G4. And there will be some interesting developments over the next few pages as well. I'm going to try and move things along a bit faster - there's a lot of story to tell in this chapter.
Hope you enjoy the new page! And I hope everyone has a great new week! Remember to take your Renderon - and render on! LOL
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Love how you can see the characters in that cool jet, great lighting inside it. Great work on amazement expressions. Each frame is so detailed like always, and the wording is so easy read. She makes a magical addition to the group.
Much enjoyed, my pg 4 is tomorrow, short three framer.
and the things they will all learn will literally change the game and all involved - I just hope they have time. The Queen is hearing things that portend extreme danger and possible deaths. She is concerned and will call on her forces if asked. and woe be to them that wish to destroy the good in the world for while she is gentle, she can be fierce
A fabulous new page of this story. I am in awe at how you get all these scenes done and rendered so beautifully with all the different expressions and the super lighting. Those wings are so beautiful and match Kinnie's outfit so well. Outstanding work.
Lots of work went into this and it shows, as usual. I have tried comic work using Poser and gave up on it because of the time and effort it took from my other activities so I do appreciate it when people manage it!
And thanks for the product links too, that's a bonus!
Hi Rod, your images are always top and very well done - Good for 5 Stars, 1 Like & 1 Fave!
I did page 15 early this morning, so now I'll do page 16. First, I'm gonna sound way out of it here, but didn't Kinnie meet these ladies before? I'm sorry if I'm making you wanna jump out of your skin (like "what planet have YOU been living on???"), but when you're away for a while, you forget some of the previous encounters. But ok, accepting that I'm a boor with no memory, I love all the visuals and colors and layouts---everything. This page is all about the meeting, and you make it happen with a visual bang, in frame 4.
In frame 1, the plane really stands out, like it's floating in air. (Like super fast action shooting.) Your 'entry' frame (2) shows the 3 women posed as if they're about to make a real Entrance: More of your expert way with models. (And, like I said in my last comment, these women have classy wardrobes! Do they ever wear "I'm with Stupid" t-shirts and old beat up sneakers? With pizza and beer stains? You missed your calling as a fashion designer/ promoter/illustrator...your way with outfits is terrific.)
I also like the deep red and orange of the table, against the beige of the wall. It could almost pass for carpeting in that frame.
Frame 3, you again have completely different people, each individual yet they make a real threesome (staring at Kinnie in awe). I Love how K's wings dominate the left side---love it, even though we don't see Kinnie. Also, your colors are so striking and contrasted...whites and blacks, Ar's deep blues, the reds of the table, etc. (And "Seismic activity not consistent with plate tectonics..." etc. hell, I've said that many times...don't get me started...) (In college, we had jokes about 'tectonic plates and saucers', just to show you the juvenile level of our humor. I've probably said that here before, but as I don't have a lotta good jokes, I repeat myself alot...) You use color and contrast really well, rod.
The next scene---the meeting---'explodes': Kinnie in the center, with her striking green hair is one draw; her wings just flash out and fill the right half: another draw. Ar's deep blues, and of course the poise and beauty of both of them, draws us to the center even more; with G right in the middle, smiling. And she's in contrasting white---we're talkin' some serious color work here. I wonder if you chose these colors for moments like these; something had to be brewing in you, even intuitively, because the contrasts are marvelous. Plus lots of whites in the background, which lights up the meeting-room so brightly. Story-wise, we know something big is gonna come out of this meeting...
The last frame is another of your angled frames, with some great intersections. And the colors are very sharp once more, and contrasted brightly. These 4 models---who you dress, pose, render and light beautifully, as if each is a star---make a terrific meeting. Even Mel, whose back is to us, is angled enough so we can see her face. (See, this is what theater directors do: Always aware of the audience seeing an actor's/actress's face.) Love the poses here.
This is all about a meeting of minds and spirits, and knowing big things are coming. While your design, color, clarity, and attention to every character stands out as much. Really boldly done, Rod, terrific visual work. Another expert page. And where can I get hair like that (ie, the green)? (Fuhgeddit: Where can I get hair period?) Great job again.