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Comic 791 - Loving Family, Page 35

17th Mar 2019, 11:00 PM in 21. Loving Family
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Loving Family, Page 35
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Author Notes:

17th Mar 2019, 11:00 PM
Adam C.
Heh.... I really love the sky in these sequences that purple-into-gold gradient looks good...

But yeah, turns out the Patriot Initiative are dick employees. Who'd have thought the racist dicks would've created a hard work environment.

I forgot just how much I likde drawing Paxton here; he has a really fun thing playing up the white-trash look, but still showing that he has a heart and there's things he still wouldn't do for money and people he wouldn't work for. Admittedly, this realization only comes after the Patriot Initiative are as overly dickish as possible, but still. I like the character, nice to see him ditch what're obviously gearing up to be major villains. ^^
17th Mar 2019, 11:34 PM
Martin F.
Admittedly this Patriot Initiative thing has been kind of simmering for longer than I planned for it too, although a big part of that's the merger of WaR and BP and it playing second-fiddle to the O'Hara arc. Kind of trying to shift the focus onto it for the moment before we get into Alex's next big arc.

Related, something I kind of meant to clarify here - it'll probably come up in the next chapter - is on the note referring to Paxton as Ana's boyfriend in the filler when Everett was talking about them. Idea I had there is that while the two are flirting with the idea of going out more, what Everett was doing was kind of manipulating the status of their relationship to more clearly fit into the family dynamic he was cultivating. Next chapter's planned to have some stuff addressing how this experience has affected Ana and that'll likely be gone into a bit more there.

Either way, one page left in the chapter before we get to chapter 22, Into the Blue. We've both been super looking forward to that one but also really eager for the last page of this chapter.

Comments:

18th Mar 2019, 2:59 PM
Very interesting, wonder what's going to happen next.