Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 7 Page 17 by RodS ()
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And here we go with Page 17! Looks like Joey might be having a bad day....
I'll be jumping right into Page 18, but first.... I just want to take a moment to thank all the excellent folks who have collaborated or in some way contributed to this T.N.A. saga. In the 10+ years it's been running here, it has in a way become a community story. I still do all the writing and pages, but there have been a lot of great ideas, suggestions, side-stories, and other bits of fun that have made it an even more rewarding and richer experience for me, and I hope for all of you. Thanks to all of you! If I've left anyone off my list, just yank my chain a couple times!
Rajib (creator of Miho)
And probably a number of others that have slipped what's left of my mind.
In other news.... I have to - once again - apologize for my spotty posting and commenting (which by the way is a LOT easier to keep track of with the new Ebots!) The truth is... There is just a ton of stuff going on here that's taking a lot of my time lately. I can't talk about some of it, but I can say that all of it is of the thumbs-up variety! As I've mentioned before, we are looking into relocating at some point in the (hopefully) near future. That ball is rolling - and slowly picking up speed. I hope to put together a new "Behind The Scenes" video on YT, and will let you know when it's available.
In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the latest in the TNA saga! And now, it's time to refill my coffee IV, and get caught up with all your wonderful artworks!
Thanks as always for stopping by, and for all your wonderful support, comments, and friendships! Stay safe out there - it's a crazy world...
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Image Comments (33)
zaqxsw () 8:57PM | Sat, 17 April 2021
Excellent installment... looking forward to page 18. Hope everything stays in the "thumbs up" variety.
Radar_rad-dude () 11:16PM | Sat, 17 April 2021
Marvelous work on this chapter, Rod! Can't praise it enough! Most excellent and fine creativity! Bravo and many fine kudos from me!!!!!!
Wolfenshire () 1:08AM | Sun, 18 April 2021
Someone is about to have a bad day. This is brilliant work.
ikke.evc () 2:14AM | Sun, 18 April 2021
Great story and illustration. I hear my morning brew is ready!
Kordouane () 4:43AM | Sun, 18 April 2021
Wow !! It's a lot of work, but what a satisfaction to see your work. I often think about doing a photo novel, but I won't be good at it. on the other hand you have a real talent for it. I love spending time on your pages, you make me forget our sad life at the moment. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for this wonderful sharing, good Sunday to you my friend.
adrie () 7:15AM | Sun, 18 April 2021
Fantastic and superb cool story telling colage work Rod, excellent done.
JohnnyM () 8:11AM | Sun, 18 April 2021
Your work just keeps getting better with every new release on your excellent series! The close attention to all scene details and artistic effects shine thorough so well! Congratulations on doing it for 10 years now! That in itself is an awesome accomplishment, as It is a testament to your creative imagination! I like Kinnie's powers a lot! It would be nice if she could cast a healing spell for all of humanity and heal us all from this virus wreaking havoc in our lives...I know that's probably too much to ask of her...Oh well!:-( It was just a wish! Here is a virtual toast to you and may you continue with your successful series for many years to come! :-)
miwi () 9:38AM | Sun, 18 April 2021
The master of the series was creative again, the result was page 17; excellent fantasy page, super text, excellent work; love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!5*
lwperkins () 10:43AM | Sun, 18 April 2021
The last panel is so great..POV and great story--it's like a mini-movie! Fingers crossed for you that you get to relocate somewhere fun--and quieter :D
makennedy () 2:14PM | Sun, 18 April 2021
I've always wanted to see what a bucket-head looks like, good one!
bakapo () 2:43PM | Sun, 18 April 2021
You know what they say about "pay back". Payback with a bucket is going to be bad. Nice work on this set of images. Good details and lighting, as always.
goldie () 4:34PM | Sun, 18 April 2021
Super installment, Rod...you clearly put a mountain of work into these scenes--the posing is most impressive. Glad to see the girls are getting on top of the situation :)
eekdog () 6:30PM | Sun, 18 April 2021
a whole new bucket challenge going on here Rod. i's sure Kinnie's magical powers will do the trick. great job as always on panels my friend. I like the smoking guy. got what he deserved. love all your great fx done on this page.
Richardphotos () 6:54PM | Sun, 18 April 2021
each installation is very exciting and leaves me on the edge of my chair for the next one
TwiztidKidd () 12:53PM | Mon, 19 April 2021
I'm stunned by your artistic skills and talent... and the way you immerse the viewer into your scenes, just like you're there... part of the action. Outstanding work as always, my friend!
anahata.c () 5:12PM | Mon, 19 April 2021
I've always admired how 3D artists feed each other and offer materials to each other, it's far less common in 2D (or photog.) Very kind of you to bow to those who've helped out. As of course you ultimately create these series, and the work is huge, and the choices are voluminous: Your fans see that every day, it's very impressive...As for your good news, I'm thrilled for you and Jo, and hope it continues unabated. It's time, after all you've been through. I hope things works out in the best way possible, and you can start a new life in a much, much better space, both physically and emotionally.
Well...you answered our questions about what would happen to Joey: Put that baby to rest. I always like when you put inserts into your frames---G and Ar are watching him fall, and it leads to him fallen (2d frame). You have great decayed interiors in these pages, great details. And Joey splayed out like that is a dramatic 'shot', a dramatic angle. Terrific frame.
Then the healing--which we also hoped for--in Kinnie's transcendent runic incantations (and glow). And the whole entourage is around her---a real coming together around a wounded member. And...you leave its conclusion for next time: You keep all your installments connected...there are always strains that make us hungry for the next installment.
Then, switch to the outside, and the bucket guy: We don't see what happens to him, but we can guess. And you handle low light well---all the important detail is sharp, the light is a wonderful orange late-night light (neon maybe?), and you present the car going one way, then the other. (Ie, you keep the visual contrasts going...even where there's no action, there's visual contrast.) And we await more results...Really well done, Rod. This whole page is dark, but all the detail is sharp and in focus...Steve handles dark light beautifully too: It's an art. More kudos. Another fine page. Best of everything in your life---I hope it all works out beautifully for you guys!
pixeluna () 10:26PM | Thu, 22 April 2021
As always, your comics are the best in the galleries because you have shown each character their best, just as a real person would react. I have always been impressed with the camera angles, poses and face expressions, not to even mention the storytelling which is the best of all. I can only imagine how you go over the details of adding face expressions on each one and going through each body poses. That's a lot to do and a lot of hours too. Not everyone but maybe a few can do such a thing, Big Bro! Your work always puts a smile on my face. And thank you for sharing your work with us-- it's quite an inspiration!
Awww, Thanks so much, Lil' Sis! Between you and Mark - and everyone else - I feel like I just won an Oscar... LOL Yes, it does take a lot of time and work, but it's something I love doing. And it's even more rewarding seeing everyone else enjoying it. Now, back to work on P 18.. 😁