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Comic 157 - The Merchant is Saved!

11th Mar 2016, 6:38 PM in Chapter 3
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The Merchant is Saved!
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Author Notes:

11th Mar 2016, 6:38 PM
warriorneedsfood
Sorry for the delay. Mild pneumonia kept me from being able to think about this comic for a bit. I'm better, don't worry.

We are getting closer and closer to where the two parties finally meet up.

Comments:

15th Mar 2016, 10:20 PM
Ralph-Man
Welcome back! Glad you are feeling better.
16th Mar 2016, 3:44 PM
warriorneedsfood
I have a lot of things to catch up with and this comic is only one of them.
3rd Apr 2016, 9:16 AM
I love the story and the art, but I just noticed that the panels that really stick it are the ones like the top one here or the last panel in the post before this one. I think it is the scale that works better. I understand that you have to have the close-up panels and all which requires more detail in the individual characters, but you seem to do really well with the more distant camera angles.
Perhaps it is just that you can put so much more of the story/background into those panels that they stand out more.
5th Apr 2016, 11:54 AM
warriorneedsfood
Maybe you like seeing the environment that the characters are standing in. I try to work on my perspective so thanks for the compliment. The main reason why you see less of those panels is that they take a lot more work than close ups of a character's face. I try to balance it out though, and give you enough 'wide shots' so you know where everything is happening. I'm particularly proud of the top panel on the last page.I think I drew well the shift in perspective of walking down the path for 50 yards from the place my banner was drawn from.
10th Apr 2016, 8:46 AM
That is true. When I play Fallout or Skyrim I am more into the exploration and looking around than fighting so the environment is a big thing for me. As a DM I am the one that is usually trying to paint the verbal picture of the surroundings the characters find themselves in so have more visual references for my repertoire is a good thing. I used to draw a lot, and I can feel the pain of trying to get perspective just right. Fine job on the merchants wife's hand and dagger by the way.