Wow. Loving this. Getting a little Cary Nord Conan vibe...so good.
Holy snap. These are tight and awesome. The only thing I would say is the last panel (in that vertical series on page 2) seems unconnected to the previous two . 1) he found something... 2) ...its bigfoot's footprint! 3) ...he killed bigfoot and is roasting a piece of its flesh?
I am probably being dumb and it would probably make sense if the words were in there, but it just confused me a little.
Gotta say, these pages are INCREDIBLE! Wonder who inspired you..?(wink, wink)
Beautiful shadow work, I love the way you handled the rocks.
itís as if he figured that sheer repetition would wear them down, forcing them to submit to his strange, incompetent genius.
Pummel: W 11 | L 5 | KO 8
Thanks for the encouraging words guys!
CM_Cooza-I love Cary Nord, he's an amazing artist!
Jimmy-I went to the Kubert school a long, long time ago and varying the shots on a page was one of the many things they stressed. I didn't used to pencil as tight as I do now, but it seems like the current trend with editors is to have pencils be very, very tight.
Sketchy-I hadn't really thought about it till you mentioned it, I can see where you're coming from about page 2.
Joh-it got the inspiration from this amazing London born artist living in Canada whose gonna light up the industry with his amazing skills!
Solace-thanks, I also wanted to put in some snow getting blown around too, but I think that's something the inker would be able to accomplish with a spattering effect with white out or something.