READ RIGHT TO LEFT, PLEASE
A few months ago our awesome literature teacher gave us an artistic assignment based on the excellent play - 'Doll's House' by Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906). I really liked the idea and decided to do a comic out of the two last pages of the book that turned out to be three pages of comics. Took four, full days to finish. I really worked hard to hand it in on time, but it was worth it. I needed a good grade, and I learned tons about doing comics. I've learned since then as well, but I'm still really proud of this, it's probably my first, most proffesional comic.
My teacher really liked it so I let her keep the original pages, but I scanned them, and here they are.
only the first one is fully pencilled, inked and colored like I wanted, I didn't have time for the rest, plus the brown charcoal I used for the backround was awful to work with.
As soon as I finish translating the next page I will submit it.
Nora: "That's it - take your ring back. Give me mine."
Helmer: "That, too?"
Nora: "That, too."
Helmer: "Take it."
Nora: "Good. Well, we're done."
Nora: "The keys I leave here. The maids know their way around the house works much better than I do. Christina will pass through here after I will ride away from the city, to pack all the things that still belong to me from the house. I would like my belongings to be sent to me."
Helmer: "Over?! It's all over?! Wouldn't you ever think of me, Nora?"
Nora: "I'm sure I'll be thinking about you often, about you and about the kids and this house."
Helmer: "Am I allowed to write you, Nora?"
Nora: "No... Never."
Nora: "Don't you do it, you hear?"
Helmer: "But let me send you..."
Nora: "Nothing, nothing."
Helmer: "Or help you when you need something."
Nora: "No, I've told you."