Spin 8 - Page 7

February 7th, 2014, 5:33 pm
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February 16th, 2014, 4:14 pm
@LADYKAZUMI I'm sorry! Q^Q What were you confused about? maybe i can help clear things up if you'd like

@3o-s-knight EEEK! Thankyouuu! i hope it wasn't too headshot-y? I love your interpretations ;D It helps me get an idea of how others are interpreting the characters. I learned the other day that the word for this sort of thing is "semantics" One of those words i wish i'd learned earlier.

I definitely think Sheri's making an effort to be bold and upfront with jason, he's being a lot less subtle than i think he would be normally.

@TheMysteriousM (!!!) WOW! What a wonderful (and mysterious) comment!

Hehe, you're not the only one not to be keen on the cheeks. My dad, particularly, thinks they look stupid. But that's the beauty of this being my comic i guess ;D Thanks so much for the compliments. I do try hard to give the clothes movement, and yeah... boys and their legs XD
I do hope you continue to enjoy the comic and thanks again for the crit and the compliments. It was lovely to hear from you xxx
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February 7th, 2014, 6:50 pm
this page confuses me T.T
February 9th, 2014, 3:59 am

I love the way you've worked the build up to sheri's laughter and the expressions and the grabbing of the hand there at the bottom and.. :'))))) hfrnfrjhnfrvvjfr

Sheri is by nature (to me) rather mysterious and quiet and withheld and I feel like here, Jason is kind of welcoming him To be more himself!!!! C>
M (Guest)
February 12th, 2014, 7:49 am
The Knight is so right! I totes agree with the above comment - but not very keen on the cheeky cheeks!!!! Loving the flow of jackets and shoulder wraps, esp on Sheri and the understated background peeps.......they have fabby legs too.

I like the sequence for changing expression - I could hear Jason and Sheri's mind ticking, while the hand grab certainly certainly has us hanging for the next page

The parred down back grounds are genius as they strengthen the impact and atmosphere of the whole London thing - which otherwise could have over powered the lead into page 8

Good work Mimi