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Got me two-hundred plus more pages to go.

Making fixes to AN ACT OF FAITH: THE SWORD OF EDEN is time-consuming! Got me two-hundred plus more pages to go.

As previously noted, in the panel on the left, I gave Gloomtooth a more traditional-looking thought balloon. Before now, I think that I was lazy with my creating thought balloons.

The panel on the right was completely redrawn. I was not happy with the original panel. In Rebecca’s word balloon, I changed (the original version's use of) from “Synagogue” to “Shul,” which seems more appropriate.

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Comment by Al Nickerson on August 24, 2017 at 9:20am

Thanks for the kind comments, Tom. As a kid, I was greatly influenced by funny super-heroes. I enjoyed comics like E-MAN, PLASTIC MAN, and NOT BRAND ECHH. And my years in animation played a role in my cartoony/animation style of artwork. 

For anyone interested in drawing anatomy, I would suggest studying Burne Hogarth, Andrew Loomis, Patrick Nagel, and Steve Rude. 

Stay tuned for more updates about THE SWORD OF EDEN.

Comment by Tom Montgomery on August 23, 2017 at 11:20pm

Love it! I like how your stuff is completely cartoony, and yet the anatomy is spot on!

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