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Limiting the page to less than 6 frames did give me more time to draw, still details were very intimidating.  Inking I feel is improving, though I still see shaky lines and I'm doing all I can (or know how to) to make smooth and straight lines.

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Comment by Aaron Uglum on February 25, 2018 at 7:29pm

For simplicity, I labeled the panels so I could explain better:

\uap>I like the perspective work on the two pistols in the first two panels. And body language off the guy dropping the cigarette in panel 4 is really good.

\uap>For me the eye flows to panel 4 before panel 3. The eye instinctively wants to finish reading left-to-right before moving further down the page.

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