Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 7 Page 15 by RodS ()
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Welcome to Page 15 as the Girls go into action!
It's been a long time coming (too long), but I am going to be working diligently to get the next several pages done in quick succession. There's a ton of stuff coming in a very short time frame in the Girls' adventures. And some most interesting plot turns.. You shall see - no spoilers...
It's been well over 10 years this story has been going on.. And in that time, I've had a lot of support from everyone here, and I thank you all for keeping me going. Back in 2009, I never would have believed I could create something like this. But the love and support I've received here is just phenomenal!
We have a new "situation" developing at one of our "faux offices" (intended primarily to throw certain entities off track when they get a wee bit too nosy..). You can check out the latest episode HERE. My friend Jim has been running a fun little side-story for a while, and you can see it in his gallery HERE. Hop over and show Jim some love!
T.N.A. is growing, and a lot of fun things are happening. I want to take a moment to thank my collaborators and contributors. There may be more, but my 6 remaining braincells just took a coffee break. If I left anyone out, please yank my chain. Gently.... Gently...
Dan (Diemamker): Dan's Gallery
Steve (eekdog): Steve's Gallery
Jim (WolaverJS): Jim's Gallery
Mike (Faemike55): Mike's Gallery
Rajib Sarkar (Rajib): Rajib's Gallery
John Stroo (Grey_cat) John's Gallery
Jenny (Pixeluna): Jenny's Gallery
Fireangel: Fireangel's Gallery
As always, Thank You all so much for stopping by, and for all your comments, support, friendships and your own inspirational art over the years. You make these difficult and just plain weird times a lot easier to tolerate. You rock!
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Image Comments (31)
LyleAryn () 5:31PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Also, happy to see a new page! Now the nail-biting begins! Great layout work, by the way.
zaqxsw () Online Now! 6:18PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Outstanding! Wonderful work... Great to see you post a new page... I can't wait to see the next one! I hope Marissa isn't hurt too badly and that idiot gets what's coming to him! Its hard to believe you've been able to maintain a running series so long... Congratulations!
goldie () Online Now! 6:37PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Oh, this is great, Rod! Been waiting for it :) Love all the action. Am I seeing correctly, but is the bullet meant for Marissa flying past her face? Hope so :)
Sea80 () 8:04PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Great page Rod, can't wait to see the next one (oh in case you're wondering it's Faeryl Womyn).
PhthaloBlue () 8:10PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Excellent work on this installment, Rod. Hope Marissa will be OK -can't wait to see what happens next.
lwperkins () Online Now! 8:18PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Wow, what a cliffhanger! And action all the way!
Faemike55 () 8:27PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
If I remember correctly, Marrisa was the first to befriend Kinnie. That guy is going to wish he had been shot!
fireangel () 8:35PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Yikes, let's hope she remembered her bullet resistant vest...
Keep 'em coming! No gallery notifications in well over a month, but I'll keep checking.
Richardphotos () 9:08PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
exceptional effects and composition. I think she has a highly secret bullet proof vest under her clothes that will allow her to survive the attack
Radar_rad-dude () Online Now! 9:35PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Very gripping and dramatic chapter filled with high level suspense! What will happen next is top most on my mind! Excellent dialogue and illustrations! Way to go, Rod! Top notch work! Bravo and many fine kudos from me!
mtdana () 10:18PM | Tue, 16 March 2021
Action packed !!! Really fantastic work and did I say action pack- wow!!!
Saby55 () Online Now! 12:23AM | Wed, 17 March 2021
Well done, Rod! Fantastic work and an incredible story.B R A V O 👏🙋♂️👍5️⃣⭐️
Wolfenshire () Online Now! 12:51AM | Wed, 17 March 2021
Oh snap! Marissa is down? Intense drama here.
starship64 () Online Now! 1:30AM | Wed, 17 March 2021
Wonderful action and drama. I can't wait to see what happens next.
bucyjoe () 5:15AM | Wed, 17 March 2021
good one I'm not going to be on here until August see you then
miwi () 9:02AM | Wed, 17 March 2021
You have created a wonderful picture story, love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!5*
Diemamker () 10:53AM | Wed, 17 March 2021
Oh no!!!... please tell me she was wearing the new Kevlar thread uniforms Ranpha been working on.
awesome page, love the action. can't wait for the next page... this wait is going to kill me!
eekdog () Online Now! 12:26PM | Wed, 17 March 2021
two main words. BITCHIN' Awesome! one of your very best pages in your series Rod. wow. you can see all the hard and detailed job on this page, along with all past my friend.
great action on each panel, love the gruesome blood work from the gun play. glad Tina got to play. I so lost interest in completing my series, have images done but lack on motivation to finish. guess is better then that stinkhole. waiting to see still what that assassin has in store yet. i'll/ we will be waiting for the next page. great work and on the top of charts right now. whoohoo!
bakapo () 1:16PM | Wed, 17 March 2021
Good work, but oh, no... Marissa! I hope she dodged that bullet!
Darkglass () 10:14AM | Thu, 18 March 2021
Always an absolute pleasure...superb set of panels and story, amazing achievement 10 years...and still going strong...that's a lot of work and text...! you could have a couple of best selling novels on your hands...!..quality render and image..!
JohnnyM () Online Now! 9:06AM | Sat, 20 March 2021
Oh!...No! Not Marissa! Say it's not so Rod and she just suffered a flesh wound! (she can recover from that) The details to your series are awesome and so well done! Its always a pleasure to view your very creative and imaginative work! :-)
WolaverJS () Online Now! 8:05PM | Sun, 21 March 2021
'BOUT TIME! We been waitin' forever!
Seriously, glad to see you're still alive and kicking. Looking forward to those next few pages soon!
Kordouane () 6:02AM | Tue, 23 March 2021
Another beautiful series of fabulous scenes with beautiful poses, light and decor, bravo my friend !!
anahata.c () 8:08PM | Tue, 23 March 2021
ok first of all, I saw this when it went up, and you ended this right in the middle of Marissa being shot! Duuuuude! Like those old silent films on saturdays, that ended with a train going off a cliff, then---boom! "The End"! I sat here and said, "what????" (I gotta assume she didn't just 'stub her toe'...) So everyone's waiting to see if she came out of it ok. In the meantime, this is the actual invasion and attack portion of your story, and you have a lot of interior shots with great dramatic angles, spilled furniture, debris, characters in all kinds of action positions, etc. Very cinematic, Rod. (Really. Even very fine masters of 3D can do somewhat static compositions and postures, as if they were doing still shots. I'm not casting blame---I can't draw a line in 3D---just to say that you get very cinematic compositions, and these feel like stills taken from a motion picture, not just stills...
The first image has contrast from the bars and darker right side---Kinnie's black outfit (and wings) add to that---to the fiery blast of the left side. The guy on the floor gives drama with his great angle and splayed arms. (So does the chair...and Layla crouches behind the bars, more contrast. Kinnie's warning draws us to her too---nice job, mr. director: She's partly camouflaged by the bars. This is all good cinematic thinking.) The lamp holds down the middle perfectly.
The next frame is the kind they use for ad posters for a film: Great freeze-frame action, as they plunge into our space, through that blast in the wall. Nice layout too, with two in front, one in back. Very cinematic. (The debris seems to move with them too.)
The 3d frame is one on one---on two opposite sides of the frame. A one-on-one confrontation is key in action sequences, and your light on---well I'm not sure who that is (forgive me! I can't tell, because I'm not here often enough!)---but the light on the conquering woman is golden and makes her stand out: She's clearly the victor here. He's in darker light as he's a darker character. And you work with a very dark setting very well. (Steve/eekdog is another artist who's as home in dark light as his is in brilliant light.) And more of those dramatic angles, with the center of the image at the deepest point of the room. (I keep thinking of "shots" here---because your compositions are completely cinematic.)
Your inset draws us right into the drastic conclusion (and the inset gives a plot point too)...The next frame gives the illusion that the women are done. So we think....Lots of different motion in this frame: the different directions of the women, etc. But, as we pan across the room, boom: That guy shoots Marissa! And he's got the gold light now. Again, see: Even Kinnie isn't "standing" there---she's in mid movement, leg up, hands out---ie, you have constant action in these frames, no one's static. And that takes us to the final frame---a second later (Kinnie's only advanced but a few seconds): Marissa's been shot. Sheee-it, dude! You better have a good follow-up for this, 'cause this is a cliff hanger if ever there was one. And the shooter has that same gold lighting. And I love the callous guy on the floor whose only concern is that HE doesn't wanna get hit. Well you packed in a whole mass of action and counter-action in 5 frames (plus an inset), with lots of varied lighting, and contrasts, and dramatic compositions, etc. Move over Hollywood: Sir Rod is in town! Terrific.
Btw, you said in a comment somewhere that you use several 'cameras' in these: I have no clue what cameras are in 3D, but I can see how it's possible. You have all kinds of angles, different lightings, motions, postures, etc etc. You really are a director in these series...you're doing cinema, and this group shows how fine you are at it....well, I just spent 40 minutes on this, lol, I'm slow! I'll return for more later tonight or tomorrow, I just want to get to some galleries I haven't visited since year's end...but I'll comment more of yours in the next day or two. (Hey, you're the one who put up a small movie!) Oh---and you mentioned in someone's gallery about my bday: You already GAVE me a bday gift, so truly, you don't have to do another! I loved the squirrel piece, and I know you're tired, so it's fine if you don't post another one. Post it when my pains go away. (That could be 2024, but hey, who's counting...) I greatly appreciate the thought!
shadownet () Online Now! 9:42PM | Tue, 23 March 2021
Yeah, that is the hard truth of it, as you know. Those type of ops can go south quick on you. Got to stay sharp and alert, and its never over until all the bodies have been bagged and tagged and you know there are no baddies left to snipe you.