Fatigue 20

25 Mar 2008

Gibson Twist, 10 Jan 2008

I don't remember why, something about me being whiny, but this page had to be reversed to its mirror image before it was lettered. Considering how much lettering was used in illustrating the page, and that the signs themselves had to be reversed back, it was a lot more difficult than you'd think.

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dangerface, 10 Jan 2008

I, also, am unable to remember why this was so.

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Yazzydream, 26 Mar 2008 Reply to this comment!

Perhaps it's because people read left to right and it gave the image more flow when flipped? Haha, i dunno. Nice page though. I like their expressions.

doom Bubbles, 26 Mar 2008 Reply to this comment!

fantastic page as usual. perhaps it was so that the text flowed better.
when exactly where these pages drawn?

biff_larken, 26 Mar 2008 Reply to this comment!

Sad to see that my Saved By The Bell theory proved incorrect.

Still, great page!

ORYX, 27 Mar 2008 Reply to this comment!

Another beautiful combination, the darkenned outlines really make Tim and Ellis the focus. Great job on the little touches that make the rest of the page feel filled with hectic bustle. The details on the bike are my favorite, very nice touch!

Elion, 21 Oct 2008 Reply to this comment!

great stuff... this is really moving.

cityinthesky, 26 Nov 2008 Reply to this comment!

This story is absolutely phenomenal. I have found a cure to writers block! I started a story called "City In th Sky" and haven't started... it's been four months until i came upon this, when i read the first 20 or so pages Idea's started to flow! for this i thank you!

takashinakamura, 06 Dec 2008 Reply to this comment!

it makes sense to have the characters moving in the same way as the writing....i completely understand your motives in reversing the image


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