This must be REALLY awkward for the horse.
It totally is.
I wonder what’s going through his head right now.
Plz let no one recognize that~
If that’s a modified 1876 Winchester, it should be 26.2 grams of lead.
He seems much happier to see her now than in the flashback. Her, not so much.
Pardon: 1876 Winchester.
Clearly a Henry, the granddaddy of the Winchesters. Try 1861 or so instead of 1876. .44 rimfire with a flatnosed lead bullet. I forget how many grains. It was updated in 1866 to the first centerfire in America, the .44-40 and became the 1866 Winchester.
Lovely as always, and still with those little touches that really bring it home (this time, the flame-touched flashbacks). Very awesome.
I really like those last two panels:)
I have been reading your story for several weeks now, and aside from the excellent develepmont of character I really love the way you utilize the panels. In particular the “Burning” effect to transition between the past and present was really clever. I am really looking forward to reading about the backstories of these characters. Best of luck to you!
Very much obliged, sir. 🙂
But this page does give us a taste of their backstory. All without a word.
@ Quantum Walker: I second that. All the years between now and then just vanished in flames. We can see the changes; Hunter is going grey, Vane? looks like a tired hard-ass rather than the surprised young woman.
This page is truly full of awesome story.
And all without a word.
This is kind of sad. 🙁 Brilliant page though.
Strange…if it weren’t for the fire in the background, the sheriff (or marshal) running over with his gun drawn and the heroine pointing her (apparently .44 caliber lever action) rifle at Mr. John Henry Hunter, why I honestly believe that the two were actually in the middle of a date! I agree, with the previous comment that the last panel is very awkward for the horse. Love your comic.
I’m so glad this is reading as a little more complex than a straight-up standoff; thanks for the great feedback.
It’s interesting to contrast the little differences between then and now. For instance, he’s got a bigger hat, and she’s got more ample charm.
This is a rare moment, when I feel the need to post.
Cause up to this point, the comic is very good. I really like the artwork and I look forward to see where the story will lead. Keep up the good work 🙂
Thanks! I really appreciate it. 😀
Love it. I just love it.
Great to hear, sir!
I really dig this subtle flashback
your artwork is SO beautiful, it makes the world a better place! =)
p.s. the horse is so cute! XD
Great resource!!!! Nice flashback!
I just started reading this, but it’s showing alot of promise. The art is great and I’m a sucker for a good western story. Looking forward to the future.
I love the horses stance in the bottom frame. insinuates good movement and it’s very graceful. 🙂
This is my favourite page!
I’m glad everyone really likes this page, I just wish I could see it. Before and after are fine, but this one only give me a previous text link.
Loving it so far otherwise.
And of course as soon as I post it actually decides to load…
Yeah, I know I’m terribly late with my comments here but… Oscar Mike Foxtrot Golf!!! What a great, great, great, AWESOME page!
I love this page!
I found this comic sometime last year, and bookmarked the first page to read later. Now, I finally started, and I regret not reading this earlier! It is goddamn incredible!!! 13 pages in, and I’m already hooked! The artwork is just awesome!! The little effects with the panel borders… the shapes of the panels…the transition through a burning panel to the flashback beneath it!!! Just goddamn awesome!!! :O :O :O :O
Just started reading – this page is the best (so far)
about the composition (flashback): great art
Have I mentioned that I love this comic? I haven’t have I? Well I love this comic! 😀
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