i still dont get why he lefted the little lion alone i mean he feed him but he's foot hurts and misses hes mom and stuck in a hole but if irvin really wanted his spotts he would put him him on his back and carry him out and find hes mom
sorry if im getting ahead of myself im just getting really into the story
Brian is so whiny! XD I just want to point out, that it seems you're drawing Brian's front legs a bit incorrectly. In these panels his ..erm.. wrist? is down at the bottom of his legs like a canine, while they should be bending more in the middle like a knee (he is a gazelle, right?).
That grin...that subtle disarming grin...dear god, I can see it moving.
This just keeps getting better and better... Hey, you ever read Art Spiegelmann's early work with the panel designs composed, relative to each other, right on the page? I'm interested in seeing what you'd take from that. ^^
I most love how you made the speech bubble to seemingly pierce through Irving's ears, it really makes it look like his sense of hearing is being plagued by Brian's protests. It's little visual and inventive details like this that make a comic layout become more alive. As to other details, I love all the facial structures in this page. While I noticed on the previous page miniscule differences to Irving's face between panels(his features becoming softer or more angular), in this page both his and Brian's face are 100% stylistically unified. (I don't know if this is because you intentionally on the previous page made Irving's face look more soft-featured in the panels where he was more emotionally vunerable. That is also very neat in this case! But I really like the consistent facial structures here too.)
Thanks! I agree! Haha I've been worried about falling off my own model for the characters, actually, so the variations between pages was proobably not super intentional, though maybe subconsciously done? Definitely something i need to keep an eye out for though!