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Comic 37 - The Cull - Chapter 2 - Page 6

26th Jan 2015, 12:33 AM in The Book
The Cull - Chapter 2 - Page 6
Average Rating: 5 (2 votes)
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Singring 26th Jan 2015, 12:33 AM edit delete
Singring
This page takes us back to the hive - where we find out that Abbath is a bit of a player (at least as far as a Hunter can be in a hive dominated by women). We have met Katra before - way back on page 19, when she had a bit of a run-in with Saphyr. She seems to have her own agenda - one that does not involve Saphyr, apparently - at least not alive.
This is the first night page I've done in a while and while I think it works overall, there a few bits and pieces I'm not quite happy with. I was experimenting with more creative panel borders and page design on the least panel. I like the way Katra's expression came out in the least panel - it was roughly what I was aiming for.
Hope you dig this page!

Comments:

chris-tar 26th Jan 2015, 2:15 AM edit delete reply
chris-tar
I'm guessing that the "cull" is some kind of warrior tournament that determines who gets to be designated a "huntress", or an elite member of society.
I kind of see military service that way here in the U.S. People who have served are treated with more respect, get a pension, medical care and health insurance, specials loans and other financial discounts etc.
The only thing I can't stand about some, but not all veterans, is that act like they are superior to people who have not served.
Singring 27th Jan 2015, 2:50 AM edit delete reply
Singring
I think you're on to something there regarding the cull. It is an important event for this society in many ways. You draw some interesting parallels to the military. It'll be a while still before we see the cull begin, but when it does it will be an epic event, that much is for sure.
Hell Car 29th Jan 2015, 12:02 AM edit delete reply
Hell Car
It's not just the facial expressions - the body language is really expressive too. Great 'acting'. I'm intrigued about the cull...