Comic 98 - Shining Blue Light, Page 2

14th Mar 2012, 12:00 AM in Shining Blue Light
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Adam C. 14th Mar 2012, 12:00 AM edit delete
Adam C.
One thing I really wanna do more of is showing the kids being normal kids. I do love the super-heroics but I also just love stuff like this too, so I wanna put more of it into the chapters.

Playing pretend like this seemed like a normal way to go, though didn't know how Martin was gonna color it. I didn't expect the murkier, piraty look on the first panel, really came out nice. ^^ For the record, I also meant for Andy to play a Robin Hood character in the first panel and not a Peter Pannish one. In spite of the pirates.

Oh, and when I stuck a pony on Lore's dress, I didn't expect Martin to make that Pony Fluttershy. ^^
Martin F. 14th Mar 2012, 12:15 AM edit delete
Martin F.
Wish we got to see Jenny in this page outside of the first panel, since unlike the others present the difference in her palette isn't on display here.

Anyway, we have Zelda, pirates, and ponies for this one. Plus a new palette, naturally, which I think is a big improvement. Not much else to say besides that, though - sort of tired so probably part of that.


z. smith 14th Mar 2012, 9:02 AM edit delete reply
Wow, nice atmosphere change.One quick question though: I know that the kids have Hemeoindigo, but did you have to make Nicky's tongue blue? All the others have regular tongues.
Martin F. 14th Mar 2012, 1:19 PM edit delete reply
Martin F.
Just an artistic thing for the one panel to add on to it being fantasy - otherwise, as seen in the next one, his tongue is the same as the others.
karma chameleon 16th Mar 2012, 3:05 PM edit delete reply
Oh, Lore looks so ashamed in that second panel.
Adam C. 16th Mar 2012, 11:51 PM edit delete reply
Adam C.
More just embarrassed. ^^ Ever run around fighting imaginary bad guys and feel really self-conscious when someone walked in? I spent a third of my childhood doing that.