Oh well. I guess it was so bitter and depressing of a scene that people just weren't very comfortable talking about it. Maybe they were so conflicted they couldn't find the words. >shrugs<
Anyway, that's it for that. This is the Pristidae, a navy ship that's much smaller than the Balena, only around a sixth of its length. You'll see its uses in the second half of the comic.
That's it for today.
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I personally think that the big pay off after the previous scene made people want to think/remember more than leave a comment about it. I'm not usually the type to respond to things as much, but I can say that it really hit home for me. Sometimes we will never know the impact we can cause on other people, and I think that says enough. Loved it though!
Many aren't aware of all this stuff and when it is exposed openly people can have conflicting feelings
Maybe that's why you didn't get much feedback
Or maybe most readers are aware of everything that these pages pointed out and simply agree and didn't feel the need to comment or point out anything
I'm loving how much Minnow's progressing as a character, if her "reasons you suck" speech to Marx and her attack at the pirates have anything to go by. Her telling Marx what she really wanted to hear struck a cord with me, mainly because I've wanted people to say what I wanted them to, but they never did. Going by Marx's reaction, I think it's for the better.
It's situations like that that make me feel like I need to hide and never speak to anyone ever again, because I'm afraid of repeating that same mistake. If only I could make things right... but I can't. It's too late for me. I'm sorry for unloading all of this, it's just that those last few pages really struck a major chord with me, and a rather unpleasant one at that. It's not your fault, really it isn't.
Anyway, this page is well done. The atmosphere is great, it genuinely feels like a dark, kind of depressing rainy day, which suits the mood perfectly. Are you still doing that thing where the colors and lighting reflect Minnow's emotional state?
Also I really like your designs for both the Pristidae and that smaller water-car.