Before getting back to the Acheulian stuff... some left overs from that box of sketches I was talking about earlier...
-Quick illo to finalize the characters. (After several hundred sketches, you'd think I'd have it by now...)
-Couple of quick pages. I lagged on putting the dialog in the word bubbles.
(I'm trying to approach these with the mindset of getting the scene to fit within a page/frame limit. Bastardized version of a Sunday strip. If I can get this down to one page of images explaining the scenario... but then again, that's assuming anyone's reading it by that point.)
-And no word bubbles this time. Hooray for lack of ideas. First panel could've used a little more finesse with the characters against a busy bg - line issues mostly.
(I think I ended up doing ok on the 3rd page, despite the discrepency with her hair being out of her face/in her face between the first two identical poses.)
(Spacing of panels needs work. Pose on his recoil on the final panel could be pushed more - problem is how to get it to read easily as silhouette while making him look like he's barely keeping on his feet from the kick back. Problems, problems... On the upside, I finally got to add some shooting and explosions for once. )
(And no, she's fine, as are the C-Sec troops - it's one of those magic "no one dies" moments. Call it the GI Joe equation, where the characters find that mathematical sweet spot in the space/time continuum that allows them to parachute out of exploding planes in the middle of a hellstorm firefight - and no one gets hurt. This enigma of nature correlates directly with American FCC regulations circa the 1980's, coincidentally enough...)
Thanks to everyone who posted comments last time, much appreciated. I'll respond this time, I promise.