I-it’s not a cluttered workshop… Heck, it doesn’t even look like a workshop. It looks more like one of those over-priced ramen stands meant to attract tourists.
Although, it could just be Rao’s equivalent to a receptionist desk.
Note: One should actually thoroughly read the page before commenting on it.
Yep! It’s Rao reception area that’s dressed up to give a little taste of drabbunny culture!
I see that Jigin is an ‘IOU’ kind of person.
Also oh, that’s a lovely canvas there, is Rao a bit of an artist?
I would say that describes Jigin fairly well. Rao is a drabbunny of many talents!
What ? That’s it Rao’s reception area ? ^_^”
The “board” and the “plush” makes me to think about these desk-games where you have to smash a quickly appearing animal’s head to win a prize ^_^
He’s probably going to hit the roof when he’s told it has nothing to do with any of Jigin’s stuff.
Rao seems pretty tidy, that’s a good habit for someone in his craft
I think he’ll definitely be surprised, to say the least. As for his reception area…yeah, it’s gotta look presentable for customers right? But who knows about the rest of the place!
I still don’t get what Rao’s “Craft” is
His primary skill is as a technician/mechanic/technical expert.
Interesting. The doorknob looks like a drabbunny eating a frosted donut.
That’s actually just a Icon on Rao on the speech bubble, so folks would know who’s talking. Though the same could be said about a particular dragon doorknocker!
Very cute Rao head in panel 3. Maybe his emoji could be eating or yummy themed.
Like the inner decor and it’s Asian inspired wall print, lantern and lucky cat/bunny/whatever that thing is. Makes sense that Drabbunnies would have different artistic tastes to the rest of the islands as they’re not native to Wukrii.
I’ve been considering that theme for Rao as an emoticon. At this point I can’t imagine Rao without a doughnut in hand or in his mouth!
That be a Lucky Bunny on the counter! We definitely wanted to show some culture differences between the native inhabitants of the island for that reason. You’ll be seeing more of those flourishes as we venture more into Rao’s drabbunny dwelling!
Had forgotten to comment on this one… But I love the last panel! There’s something about it that is really satisfying.
Thanks Jess! I’m really happy to hear the last panel looks great to you! I worked hard on that one to make Rao’s reception area look lived in, yet cozy to with the lighting.
how did i miss the lucky cat/rabbit ornament guess i was to distracted by the lovely moon rabbit banner there’s a name for that type of art and i can for the life of me remember what its called.
Happy to hear you were able to notice the little Lucky Bunny statue, from your second look at the page!It was fun to create and I’d totally would love to make a real physical version of it one day!
Also, glad that you recognized the Japanese moon rabbit influence of the art on the side! I think that type of art is typically called Wall Scrolls, though I’m sure they have a very specific name in Japanese.
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