Think About It

5th Mar 2014, 7:00 AM
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Think About It
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bbedlam 5th Mar 2014, 7:00 AM edit delete
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See? This is what I was talking about on Monday. Six panels! It's hard to make any more than six panels work nicely, especially working on A4 paper like I do. I'm sure some people can manage, but for me I think six is usually the right amount. Looking ahead at the next two pages, one has five panels and one has six. So there y'go.

Today's page was penciled while watching House of Cards (season 1) and inked while watching NXT Arrival on the WWE Network.
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Spikes 5th Mar 2014, 10:14 AM edit delete reply
Uh oh. AF is making "that" face again. That is not a good plan face. Heres hoping it's like her get wasted to attract the god of hedonism plan though.
bbedlam 5th Mar 2014, 10:28 PM edit delete reply
@Spikes - AF always has a great plan... well, she usually has a plan of some kind. Well... usually she has an idea. Honestly, she doesn't spend a lot of time thinking about plans. SHe's more of an "action now" kind of woman, and that seems to work out for her.

White Owl 5th Mar 2014, 11:21 AM edit delete reply
White Owl
Wonder if she'll be in time to prevent Artus from making the NEW AF and/or to prevent her mother from being arrested as the Murder Faerie...

And you're right--six looks good
bbedlam 5th Mar 2014, 10:29 PM edit delete reply
@White Owl - What will AF be able to do is a good question. Plenty of options that could really mess around with the timeline no doubt. Of course that's assuming she even bothers to try to prevent some of those things. She really may not care :)

And yeah.. six panels for the win :)
BittenUsagi 6th Mar 2014, 4:27 AM edit delete reply
I love when AF gets that look.

I really love the flow of this page and yeah you're right, six panels works great!
bbedlam 6th Mar 2014, 2:10 PM edit delete reply
@Bitten Usagi - AF gets that look a lot... and I'm sure she'll continue to get it in the future. It works for her :)

Glad you like the flow of the page. Six panels does seem to be the optimum amount of panels most of the time.