Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 6 Page 41 by RodS ()
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Here, at last, is Page 41 in the continuing saga! We're back from our trip, and things are settling a little bit, so look for new pages to come your way a bit more often.
For those that don't know what the Director is referring to in panel 2, check out this link:
Chapter 6 will come to a close in the next page or two. There will be a short "intermission" and then we'll get into Chapter 7.. Hang on to your seats...
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Sorry for being a bit late Rod. 3 am alarm clock makes me crash early sat, tues.
Been excited about seeing the new page and you never disappoint us viewers with your awesome T.N.A. series. Bet you got many tricks up your seve for chapter 7.
Love fx insert and interesting words on this page. Is that a near Elvira look alike?
That's another interesting episode, Big Bro! LOL I remember playing those 33 albums back in the 80's at the latest time. But back in the 60's and 70's we have all those old faves of 45's and 33 LPs. They seem to be coming back again as I saw some from the stores at the mall, and now those are considered as novelty items at a higher price, of course. Thanks for sharing your always fantastic works and congrats again for making it as this month's AoM, a perfect birthday gift!
Well Sir, you've managed to make a whole page of nothing but preparation and discovery (in the legal sense of the word), and it's gripping and beautiful. (Btw, I've noticed that your Director is bald: Nice one---keep 'm coming!)
The frames w/ the Director are beautiful: Your photo of the Columbia is great as a window to the world, and the blues of the shot nicely match the blues of your wall (the wall being a tad purple-tinged, for slight contrast---ie, letting the window stand out more). And I like the glass partition--adds mystery---as well as the whole pov: ie, looking in through that great living room. (I gotta say, I'd sink in those chairs and never get up.) And his memory of Firefly, and the big info---kind of reminiscent of our current 'whistleblowers', except the Director's info is much more earth-shattering. Love the frame with D looking at that view---with the computer screens next to it. Beautiful frame for capturing 'reflection'...And I appreciate the reference to our "so-called leadership" who suits Jackie Gleason's phrase, "I have a bigggggggg mouth!" Though I'm happy our leader has one...he only makes it easier for the rest of us...)
The last two frames have a completely different color scheme (for contrast), and more clarifying composition---this is an important thing in your work, ie the way each character stands out, how you always get clarity and separation of your characters, even when they're bunched together. I've noticed that in your work a long time now. Then I love that box that the lps come in: Great prop! As always, you dress your models consummately, I love that Lila is wearing running shoes; all your women look great. (These women must have wardrobes to die for.) And you get a real packed office feeling, with stuff and shadows and accents...yet the room still feels open.
Finally, the LP's: What a tantalizing concept---lps with alphanumeric sequences on the labels. Will they be sounds? Any syntax? Any message? Never expected a cliffhanger from old lps...Also, your angle in the last frame is wonderful---we see more of Kayla, you've grouped the other two more, and it feels more active, visually. I also like your font in these series: The rounded edges; and, while being translucent, your caption bubbles still stand out from the art. Another masterfully done page, Rod, leaving us wondering what awaits us next...