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    Pretty interesting - not sure I can offer much - partly because the whole mood of the work has a surreal tone making it hard to critique. The one thing that might help
    some pieces (cover and gray scene with attendants) is a little more focus or tighter rendering where you want to draw the eye. Anyway - good job!
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    I can't really read the text at all, unless I try really hard and look very closely. I don't know if that's supposed to happen.

    It's a bit difficult for me to make out what's going on in the comic as well, but that might be because I'm not familiar with comics like these at all. I'm still trying to read it all though because there's something about it that makes you want to look further, like some dreaded fascination. I suppose that's a good thing.
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    Yo

    Thought I'd stop and check your stuff out. Very interesting concepts. They look very original. I'm interested in entering the realm of comic work myself. It's cool that you have someone to do CG for you. What's the scope of this comic in terms of length? Full on production from inking to coloring might become very timely if you were to approach every page like this. I'm interested what your process is like though.
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    Is the hanging woman supposed to be human at all? She doesn't seem to have a pelvis, and her ribcage seems strangely tubular.
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    All the ones where she's hanging upside down. The one in the "Sina Queen wants more" panel with a purple cast seems to be closer to human anatomy, although it also seems to be a different person. The one hanging from her feet has strange anatomy and proportions if she's intended to be human. If not, which is entirely possible here, then no problem.

    Take a look at this comparison, it should be easy to pick out the anatomical differences.

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