Behold, the power of logic
Better logic than relying on Jigin’s illogical directions!
Wow! Nice shading on his hands dude.
Also I need to cuddle him now, is a matter of life or death!!!
Thank you Nirozu! I’m always surprised how slight lighting effects and shading can go a long way with certain panels.
I don’t know how these little guys get anything done when everyone wants to hug them like teddy bears!
First off, I’m impressed by the “fall-lines” shown. Looks like a young, two-legged dragon (which I like), and the shadows/highlights are nice/good touch.
Thank you Ki1ri1!
I’m always trying to figure out how to show motion in comics, so I’m pleased to hear the “fall-lines” were effective in that. The drabunnies are half dragon and half rabbit, so it gives them a very unique look that we’re happy you’re liking! I’m also glad you noticed some of the special lighting and shading touches in this page. I try to add them where I can to give area more depth!
I must concour through, at least me these “fall lines” really like the chara is temporarily bathed in rain. Only the stirred up dust and general illogicity showed that that probably not what’s happening.
There’s definitely room for improvement when showing character motion in a comic as I’m still learning as I go. It’s always interesting to hear the reader’s interpretation of what they think certain drawing designs look like. I take that and I try to improve upon it!
*ZOOP* *PLOP* And touchdown! Going by the fall-lines, I’m wondering how fast that landing was. Though, due to the fact that bunny legs are natural shock absorbers (plus wings as an added bonus), there’s no harm to our favorite furball .
Lesser drabbunnies have to be speedy and efficient when making the mail delivery rounds, even when landing. Luckily drabbunny are built for bouncing and making those hard landings!
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