A perfect match !
Masterfully done, as always. It’s very rythmic how you’ve laid this page out, I can almost hear the soundtrack in the background. Love it, yet again!
Thank you sir!
Ride him cowboy! XD
I love the motion on this page.
He thinks he has it in the bag… Does he?? 😮
Whiskey Bend sure seems like a dusty place. Looks great!
I’m sorry but I had a little accident and now I keep imagining Yakety Sax playing over this.
I totally agree that the sense of motion on this page is great, though. It’s incredibly dynamic, jesus christ.
It reminds me of a dance, ritualized but still passionate and unpredictable
top notch, these are my favorite kinds of pages
Agreed! Absolutely beautiful. I vote Flamenco 🙂
Shoot, I thought he was just gonna flame the horse into submission… but he’s quite a legitimate cowboy! (Just curious… did you grow up with horses/rodeos? Or are you drawing from some other source..?)
There’re horses in my background, but nothing so adventurous!
I actually learned to ride English originally, and then sort of casually Western much later when I had a horse of my own.
Wow, pretty refreshing to see a comic where the artist can actually draw… nicely done.
Haha! Very much obliged.
Damn fine job!
Thank you kindly!
Whelp. I’m gunna go over here and quit my day job. You knocked this one out of the park.
Always appreciated, Gustav! 😀
(I can’t wait till I’m done with this book and can let the rest of the world see the amazing pinup you did)
MY GOD!!! THIS IS THE BEST WEBCOMIC I GOT MYSELF TO READING TO AND I HAVE TO SAY…This is worth my favorites list, the story, the unique characters, the flow of panel transition, to the deep plot engaged in this tale got me by the ropes..*hats off* you’re truly are the best comic book writer out there.
Oh, my. Very much obliged, sir! 😀
You’re welcome good miss…I cant wait to see more my chrome gears, bronze bells, and brass pipes are rattling in anticipation! 😀
The shine on his fur is just so good.
Is his mounting repeatedly from the right a sign of how abnormal he is?
Mounting a horse on its near vs. off side is a matter of tradition (stemming from the side men conventionally wore swords on) that made its way into training, and consequently most horses are only accustomed to being mounted from the left. The outlaw is totally unbroken, and is going to react similarly regardless of the side Hunter happens to try climbing aboard, which, incidentally, is whichever side is handy or serves to put the horse between him and a bullet.
It’s worth nothing that Native Americans’ horses were usually acclimated to being mounted from either side (as are Hunter’s, eventually — Vane mounts Diamonds from the right in a few pages), which is way more practical for fighting.
I like how they first measure each other up in the large, overall panel.
In the scene where he’s looking over the horse’s neck, has he perhaps spotted Vane coming for him? I wondered because it looked like he was enjoying himself later or maybe he’d just come up with a plan to get himself away from her.
Hold onto your hat, Hunter – any plen ver hyu loose hyur het iz a bed plen!
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