Her face through all of these! The muscles barely moved an inch, and the full spectrum of "What the fuck?!" to "Do I move!?" to "What the hell's he talking about!" to "Oh shit my lunch!" to "Don't smite me, I'm just slinking off...." It's all over her face. (Took me a while to notice the sound effects in panel 4 - it's a nice touch. Instant fave for that alone.)
Plus, the tones have increased SO much in richness. (ϛỠ_@) ʎ* (I’ve been told this looks like a guy with a monocle distinguisedly clapping…eh. I don’t see it.) It's just...such damned good acting. And the page flow is uncritiquably well thought out. I've seen seasoned comics artists collapse when the dreaded vertical element ordering comes to play. 0.0 and it doesn't even trip you up. Those gams draw the eye, hon. When you shrink it this far, the lines steady out into a coherent order...damn!)
The timing on this one made sense in my head so well that it was way easier to layout than some of the others, felt more like a storyboard than a comic page, which is probably why it worked out so well! WHEW!
(My computer's too slow to read the frame rate on your icon right now, and she looks like she's doing that march the Bears are doing on those grateful dead albums. XD)
It is exquisite timing. You might as well have included exposure sheets for each panel - just by size and layout I can tell how long everything happens. That's...incredibly talented. The storyboards I complete aren't nearly as good as this, and they usually have exposures written out. XD SERIOUSLY. Don't knock yourself short - if it made sense to you, it came through on the page.
Haha gosh, my DA icon? gotta be like 6 years old by now XD I just found my ancient laptop in the closet, i'm hoping to get anything off that hardrive, it's gotta be a goldmine of old flash animations ;o;
UGH, unfortunately this very late next page didn't quite happen with the same magic XD
Its not even fair! I used to sit down in good ol macromedia flash and whip out entire shorts in a night. I mean.. they were really crummy, but still pretty neat to do before I realized that you could do it for a living.
Every artist went through that period of sheer quantity over being any good. You're not alone, but at least you had enough to put into a portfolio or something. In some ways, I think I'm still stuck in that mode. Hence why I've been on the same films for years on end. I envy you for being able to finish anything.
I need to buy flash and do that thing where you try to do a film in an hour, once a night. Just for timing practice - I mean, I draw endlessly, but I can't time worth a flying fuck.