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Gracious on 27th Feb 2012, 8:35 PM

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Hey guys! Sorry if this page is a little too dark. Let me know if I need to adjust the lighting.

I'm going to be gone the rest of the week so hopefully the automatic uploader will work! If not, I'll post Friday's page on Saturday.

TWC: Vote to see some sketches from an upcoming page.

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dougwarner59 on 27th Feb 2012, 8:54 PM

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I love your artwork. It looks like you put a lot of work into making it look good and it pays off because it look amazing.

Gracious on 27th Feb 2012, 11:12 PM

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Thank you! It's good to hear, especially on pages like this where I hate the art, haha! XP

SmilingAhab on 29th Feb 2012, 9:35 AM

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Considering that's like a 20 watt bulb in the light, I'd say the lighting is adequate. It seems the diffusion radius of the bulb is inconsistent from panel to panel, especially as he's right next to the light in one, but this is very forgivable.

Also, he's craaaaaazy.

Jira Callard on 1st Mar 2012, 11:06 AM

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Actually, I think the bulb's a good distance in the foreground from him, due to the fact that otherwise it's bigger than his head. So the light diffusion makes perfect visual sense, to me.

what I want to know is, having just re-read the archives again...what doesn't Lord Noens get dentures/dental implants, instead of that awkward mask? It would be easier to eat, and probably easier to speak clearly as well.

But he can still wear the mask when doing his experiments, obviously, I'm sure it has some 'splash protection' role there that would be needed anyway. And also to look scary.

Gracious on 3rd Mar 2012, 6:40 PM

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There are two reasons for the mask: it's partially symbolic for him, of everything he's been through at the hands of the humans. But really, he was forced to wear it by his father, since his capture and torture was embarrassing to his father's administration. He got so used to wearing it and he cherishes his father's memory too much(despite the abusiveness of it) to stop wearing it.

JIra Callard on 4th Mar 2012, 6:54 PM

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...so having one's son look like the love child of the man in the iron mask and Hannibal Lecter is less embarrassing than getting dentures. At least that answers where he got his crazy from! I love these characters.