Weird. I hope the website/IT guy will solve this soon. oO
Concerning the actual page, I am a bit surprised by the bow, which seems larger below the arrow than above. Is it on purpose ? Is it some sort of support to help place the arrow ? Because until now, I didn’t notice such a particularity in the pages where the bow appeared. (like http://www.archerandthesquirrelcomic.com/comic/page-28/ or http://www.archerandthesquirrelcomic.com/comic/page-11/ )
Anyway, the confrontation between those two promises to be interesting, and I’m continually amazed by how much detail you put in the background panels. (all these trees, all these colours OO)
Nice observation Gorzag! And yes, I have begun to draw Lark’s bow differently, and it is on purpose 😉
Recently I made friends with someone who is much more knowledgeable about archery then I, and I asked her to take a look at my comic and let me know how accurately I portrayed archery. She got back to me with some useful tips, one of which was to start including an “arrows rest” or “shelf” on Lark’s bow. This rest can be made in different ways, Lark’s bow has a wide rest that protrudes out a bit. So the bow now looks thicker bellow where the arrow rests.
I’m glad you like the backgrounds and colors. I do too. 🙂
Nice to know, thanks for the explanation and the technical terms. 🙂
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