Other Submissions by kenisu3000
|kenisu3000||Chapter 2 - Page 81: Fade to Black||
kenisu - #81
Camel's back = BROKEN.
Looking over my original of this page from two/three years ago, I noticed something I had forgotten about. A faint erasure can be seen in the sky, in the panel where Marilyn is on the ground (you probably can't see it here, since this is photocopy, and a colored one at that). It's a speech balloon of Marilyn going "AcK... gAHhh..." and it's accompanied by the sound effect "twitch twitch". All I can say is: *wow*, I'm really glad I recognized the mood killer there when I did.
|kenisu3000||Chapter 2 - Page 82: Emergency||
kenisu - #82
There's something about that river, and the trees beyond it, that make me wish I could live there.
|kenisu3000||Chapter 2 - Page 83: Resolve||
kenisu - #83
This was a pretty tricky business, trying to come up with lines that, to my ears, didn’t sound corny and overused, and at the same time making sure the gestures didn’t climb into “Milking the Giant Cow” territory. I’m still not even sure if this succeeded.
That’s a carnation on the Mothersday welcome sign, by the way.
|kenisu3000||Chapter 2 - Page 84: Welcome to Mothersday||
kenisu - #84
Not much to say here, except yep, this is Mothersday. I think for my next establishing shot, I’ll try a two-page spread. :)
|kenisu3000||Chapter 2 - Page 85: Ed the Corner Guy||
kenisu - #85
Ed's design comes from the rotund, red-clad NPC you meet just as you get into Mothersday, who says "Did a poltergeist visit your house? It tore mine apart."