something SNAPPED, I heard it, I did! Was it his countdown mechanism...? I am not worried, I know Opey will get through this, its these kinds of things that make us stronger you see, just like when my uncle touched me in the bath..... ooops, i have said too much havent I. hahahahaa
Awesome Artwork as usual, great perspectives and shading.....
It's a beautiful comic, and I feel sad for Opey. (Despite what he is, a walking talking warhead...)
However, I think in the second panel- it looks confusing. It looks as if the boy could be slapping or pushing Opey away. Except for the partial curl of fingers. I think it would be better if it looked as if the boy were punching Opey, which would be more convincing if his fingers were tightly curled into a fist- in order to follow through with the punch.
Excellently done throughout, solid style and as always- fantastic shading with hatching. <3
Thanks for the compliments, itareio (and thanks for viewing the page). I'd also like to apologize for taking so long to respond to your comment. I unexpectedly got delayed this past week and weekend. Sigh.
You're right, I messed up on the second panel. Stan's fingers should have been tightly curled into a fist , since he was punching Opey, rather than the position I depicted it in this panel.
No problemo. dA takes up so much time... and it seems to be time I don't have a lot of lately. I'll probably have more time actually during the school year. (Sounds weird doesn't it?) Work takes up a lot of my time lately.
I felt so worried while he was falling but suddenly instead of feeling woe about his fall..I burst into laughter..
That face his dad drew on his face...just..made me laugh xD;;
I love thisss~ and you~ x3
lol the fact that they presume that opey´s is gonna explode his hilarious...for a moment we think that they seem worried...haha but it isn´t that after all the characters expressions are really good this time face and body...really nice job ...but on thing...in the second frame the kid don´t punch him right i just push him away right?
Rats, I sort of messed up that whole dramatic bit, didn't I?
Thanks for reading Opey, Celine, and adding this page to your favorites. Nuts, I wasn't entirely satisfied how this page turned out (it's a bit crammed and messy), but I think it still managed to communicate what I wanted it to communicate.