Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 6 Page 40 by RodS ()
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Page 40 is here! And we are nearing the end of Chapter 6... There will be a short break between chapters (as if it hasn't taken long enough to get this far...), then Chapter 7 will...... Happen... That's all I'm gonna say for now other than fasten your seatbelts..
Can you believe this series has been running for almost 10 years? Where does the time go??? Anyway, I'm working to get these pages going a little faster. Hopefully things are starting to calm down a bit, and my 6 remaining brain cells will be able to concentrate on the story and my art rather than on how do I pay for the next plumbing or E.R. adventure.
I'm also working on a few other T.N.A. related things, so stay tuned! I hope you all enjoy the Girls' adventures as much as I enjoy getting them into all these messes. I'm surprised they haven't locked me up in a closet with Dan somewhere - for our own good, of course! 😆
Thanks so much for stopping by, and for all your awesome comments and support over the last 10 years! Here's to the next 10!
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Dang nab you just blow me away with your skills at this series Rod, and all your work. Glad you decided to keep Becca at the NY office. I've been in a stumbling block on my series. Tina was thinking about getting approval to open a office in Beijing China where Becca would head.
Really love how you developed the exact package that I used in my last set. Great reenactment of the ordeal. So top notch and thrilling work my friend. Now I think I can toss some images since you showed what happened greatly and keeping Becca at NY.
Meanwhile at the Colorado division is another box that Niki is near that was just delivered.
Nearly 10? Dang nab again, time flies like an eagle. Looking super duper Rod. I Hope too live 10 more years of T.N.A.
Awesome job on this. I really like the first two frames and the nice use of effects/post work. I like this angle you're using too by seeing everyone from behind. A very interesting perspective. No doubt Becca will remain a vital asset. The director is a wise man. However that delivery guy almost looks like Dan disguised with a beard. Not really, Dan's too nice of guy to get caught up with Slickie.
Awesome page!!!! just love the effects! top notch! it's good she's staying on the team. and I'm willing to bet that table, even dough it bruised her a little it probably saved her life by taking most of the blast. man these bad guys are getting serious!!! and I know someone is going to pay for this.
awesome action on this page, now I really can't wait to see what happens next!!
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It's great to see how enthusiastic your fans are. Love to read the comments. Ok, the installment...
You begin with a blast (literally) and end on a very positive note. As some said, above, you handled the explosion really well, considering that you had to convey intense action in 2 stills. The blur in the first frame---with the box and other elements in blur---sets up something big to come; and the explosion itself is very impressive, with Becca pushed back and everything in duplicate and in blur. You created a real blast scene. (And I like that the words are in white without caption-bubbles---or whatever they're called: This may be standard for cartooning ((I don't know)), but it's the most effective way to do it without interfering with the visuals---I really like that.)
Also reds and yellows dominate---not only evoking flame, but a dream-like state. (I don't know if you were in any blasts when you were in the service; I was in a blast from a building explosion beneath us, years back; no one was hurt, but mannnnnnn, it's just like you portray here: Everything goes into slow motion, everything appears in double and triple, you move in slow motion, you are in another universe; then your hearing goes out...you're struggling to stand up, yet you can't hear a thing. There's nothing like it; and I thought how overwhelming it must be to be in combat and go through this every day. So I can say from one actual experience: You caught it, here.)
Your next 3 frames are about everyone coming together, w/ the Director giving out care and togetherness. Love that you ended that way...As for the frames, the 3d frame shows that it's possible to do a visual with all the characters with their backs to us, and still make it feel exciting and inviting. You're reeealllly good at this, Rod. I love the array of heads and hairs and colors. And your usual panache with 'stuff'---the computers, the screen images, the electronics...It does feel like a headquarters, where we see several screens going on at once...And the peach/beige hues of the wall and floor are fine backdrop to all the colors and characters elsewhere.
Next frame. (Why is the Director blurred in his face? Is that a security measure? I haven't seen a lot of spy movies so I don't know...) Love the 'counterpoint' of your 3 women---something you always do well. Plus your colors and textures on the women are just wonderful. Always a show in itself.
The final image returns to the full view; and again, you little devil, you gave mostly back shots, and the damned thing still feels terrific. It's gotta be your natural sense of composition, your way with great colors, sheens and outfits, as well as contrasts, etc. Love how you handle large ensemble scenes. G4 is the "punctuation mark" to the image, in her striking autumnal gold hair and deep red blouse.
Terrific job with these individual scenes. Always a pleasure to sit with your chapters. You often apologize for not putting these up faster...but even if you had nothing but free time, they have to take time to do. Your detail and all the hue-and-texture coordination, then expertly clothing any number of models---and giving each one a unique look---in addition to coordinating it all with your storyline---this is a big and painstaking task. What's that dumb expression? "Rome wasn't built in a day..." It's amazing you've done as many of these as you've done. First rate work once more, Rod. Hope your August gets easier! Here's to a much better fall!