Mary Potts (queenofcapes) says:
The poor dear. :( She's kinda pretty without the mask.
Cool how light and shadow pretty much carry the story in this page. I've seen many comics do silent panels where the art does the talking, but it was always up to the drawing, not the coloring. This should be used as an example in those "how to make comics" books!
The Auld Grump (theauldgrump) says:
Surviving the storm? Heh, try 'enjoying'. :D
I am very much a creature of Fimbulvetr.
The Auld Grump, an axe-age, a sword-age, shields will be cloven.
A wind-age, a wolf-age, 'ere the world totters....
Joseph Rasche (thewarriorofmanyfaces) says:
Dang, right in the feels. Summer, I'm rooting for you to figure it out!
Joshua Deming (longshotlink) says:
Wow, in that panel where she's covering her eyes with her hand, she looks a LOT like her mother. Way to show off those genes.
Rodford Smith (stickmaker) says:
So how much does this affect her nigh vision? (Red light can be used to encourage night vision, but this is pretty bright.)
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:
Actually, her night vision is very good. The faintest light that a human eye can normally detect is about 0.002 lux; Summer can see at about 0.0001 lux (twenty times more sensitive than normal). Her father can see at even fainter lumination.Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!