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16th Sep 2015, 12:00 AM in Act Five: The New Deal
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BlueDragon edit delete 16th Sep 2015, 12:00 AM
Updated! This one is not colored, but there are still colored ahead.


I hope you enjoy the color pages :D I am trying to figure out if it takes more or less time to do these in color or screentone...I'm not saying I'm going to completely switch to color (I actually like the black and white dichotomy in manga-style comics.) But if people enjoy the color, I'm not adverse to adding it where it adds better emphasis :)

So tell me what you think, and I can try to add some variety here and there :D


MadJak91 edit delete reply 16th Sep 2015, 6:54 AM
Time to grow a bit longer hair to cover your forehead :<
That was mean of him to do!

I am all for colors as long as it does not slow down things or otherwise hinders the author.
Maybe an occasional page like this or various highlights.

Love those rainbow hearts and the clothes in general. Now those would be wasted in black and white :D
BlueDragon edit delete reply 16th Sep 2015, 5:53 PM
Oh yeah, I wanted to really stress the "Lisa Frank" colors. Rin might be getting a little old for it (15) but she's kinda immature :P

I have maybe 6 or 8 pages in color, then it returns to black and white :) I try to start and end on color...makes it interesting.

I am glad you like it :)
BitterBadger edit delete reply 10th Apr 2020, 11:51 AM
It's a good thing Rin isn't going on a date any time soon.
BlueDragon edit delete reply 10th Apr 2020, 7:22 PM
Yeah XD

*Teenage Wasteland* (And yes, I suffered from it as a teen, too XD)
jmluvsbob edit delete reply 7th Jun 2021, 9:40 PM
Oooo, I love the line work on this page, especially that last panel there. The cross hatching is good and it’a different than what you’d expect. It’s just really nice.
BlueDragon edit delete reply 8th Jun 2021, 11:14 AM
Thank you! I was so worried about that bottom panel! I've been *slowly* reading Alphonso Dunn's Pen and Ink Drawing. He is truly a master at his craft, and it's been very helpful!