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Hi All:

This one is early because (apparently) I'm improving at setting up, plotting, penciling, and inking pages.  I'm thinking I either add more detail to the pages or keep moving up in productivity and crank out more than one page in a week.  Thoughts.

Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.

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Comment by Brien Sparling on April 14, 2018 at 10:13pm

After some study I got that the 2nd panel is a top view of the Junk-car driver, but this small panel not necessary to the plot-flow. Angle of the Junk car in panel three makes it look like he's going to hit the Semi Truck.(?)

The sucker is a fun touch, as is the expression of the villain in the last panel. All your details successfully  create a contrast and interesting dynamic between the two drivers. Well done

Comment by Ralph Ellis Miley on April 14, 2018 at 5:06pm

I like the page layout. I don't know what's happening in the second panel.

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