Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 6 Page 27 by RodS ()
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OK, I know.... Another scene in an office.... LOL Stay tuned.....
Things are moving along at the Nashville office. Acacia has been with T.N.A. for a while, and now you get to meet her - and you'll see more of her and our new Associate Alyssa. Acacia is a mish-mash of morphs from Illusions Design, and Pixeluna with some tweaking here and there by me.
I think the base office is by Ironman13, again with a mix of props from a gazillion other places. I'll add credits as I track 'em down. I really need to start keeping notes on what I use. It took a couple days to get this space all set up.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this latest page - and be forewarned... You're probably going to have several pages coming at you in short order, so I hope you don't get overdosed on T.N.A!
Thanks for all the visits, comments, and faves! Your support has kept me going with this story for over 9 years! You guys and gals ROCK!
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You made my day :) Been waiting for this to appear...Really great work on this, Rod...glad to know some are "clean" and can still get a security clearance...hope these gals hit D.C. soon..plenty to clean up there...but in the meantime their current assignment sounds intriguing...
I've forgotten how many offices are involved with T.N.A. if I add anymore then my three now members in CO. Might have to add to our NY offices again. I don't use it much and need to get back into my operation domino, but i lost 15 images when my old computer took a dive. So not sure if I'll leap forward on my story. I guess TNT better hop aboard a plane to greet Ar, G4 and Kinnie. Will be bringing our new gal with us so they know who Niki is. Your storyline is very interesting and your panels, pov's elements all fit in perfectly in each frame.
Wonder if we can set up Slickie for a fall, Niki will tease him into big trouble.
Acacia looks great and will make an awesome member of the team - Great setting and each scene panels is very well done - your narrative brings the girls to life and moves quickly just as I'd expect a conversation with these girls would! Fantastic work!!!
I been to Nashville once, for a class on the new 386 computer system. (yeah, that dates me). The techs couldn't get the thing to work with the software so the day was a bust. I rented a mustang convertible and toured the area until my flight. Hmm... okay, that has nothing to do with the story, oh yeah, great story and new adventures starting.
Whether the ladies are in an office or off on one of their exciting journeys, it's always interesting and entertaining. Your compositions are exceptional and probably not as appreciated as they should be, because there is so much to see in each panel and yet everything is perfectly positioned, posed and never looks cluttered or out of place! You certainly have a gift for this that sets you apart and on top! (My computer would never be able to handle renders like this so you're also smart enough to have the right computer for the job lol).
Ok, picking up from the last TNA I commented on. (It's a little difficult when I comment every month or so, because I don't always remember what happened prior, or where everyone is stationed...but I'll do my best!)
First, I love that you say "I know...another scene in an office". Lol. I get that. Sometimes ya gotta use the same setting and hope your fans won't think you're spinning your wheels. Your frames here are packed---and you further the story---so there's no way it's gonna get boring. (Also, reading your credits---to other artists---I always wonder how it would sound if painters did that, like Rembrandt saying "I'm pretty sure that sleeve was from Gerta, a neigbor ((she has reeeeeally cool sleeves)), but I can't be sure...and the bed belonged to my ex, and the bowl of fruit..." Anyway...)
As always, your models look perfect, and show your usual panache in posing them, in their sexiness, their outfits, and in all the color and sheen etc that you give them. (Why is it I never look this good? I never looked this good in a freakin' tuxedo!) Great color combinations. And Alyssa looks regal sitting there while everyone else is standing. Love the light in the background too, setting off all these darker hues. And that light remains through the whole installment.
In the other frames, they're all seated; and you get varying poses and light, showing off each woman differently in each frame. A sexy, smart looking team which you vary in each frame. (I keep wanting to say "in each shot," but this is 3D. Force of habit...) Upp is pixelated---I never knew why (sorry!). Security maybe? so he won't be recognized by others? Anyway, he makes cool contrast with the women. (Please don't say he's pixelated because he's bald: As Larry David says, we bald people have to stick together!) I like how you bring in a plot twist, and it all ends in the instructions and goodbye.
I squinted wildly to see the background screens and maps and machines. You always pack your frames. Also, you get many different faces on the women, some thoughtful, some drifting away, some staring, etc. They aren't stationery as some artists would make them. I assume these frames take a lot of time, as the level of detail must be very demanding. And the deep reds and oranges place us in the front of the frames immediately: It's very commanding.
This is clearly a preparatory installment: They're preparing for another mission. You pull it all off with total interest and visual panache, Rod. Another expert piece.
Looks like the team is growing a fair bit ! Sasha and now Alyssa. I hope the team soon can start to take down bigger douche bags with the extra help of Sasha's detective skills and Alyssa computer skills. Splendid work on the strips Rod. Amazing details in each ore of them. Masterfully done Rod !