NOTES FROM OTHERS:
Perfection in pencil again another Friday another great installment of Negative One, for this installment while the drawings are much perfection in details notable Adele I think what really sticks out in this particular installment is the dialog.
With that said I will say this, coming from the heart of a writer it is most filled with all the perfection that always seems to come from you, a master mix of words and emotions that really grab the reader and entices the story to dare to read me. I LOVE IT!
The drawings are of course like I mentioned perfection and you give great justice to Adele, and the others. Adele is just awesome with her emotions and actions as always: 1,3,7,8,and 9 are in this reader's opinions the best as always I love the details of the eye! Fantastic detail to attention and once again Adele (so cute)!!!!!
Thanks for it all. Looking forward to the next installment!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Adele looks cute. Nice shading!! :)|
Compared with the drawings in Adele #13, this is much improved. The lines are smoother and the shading, more even. That brings to mind that maybe this is fitting; Adele #13 had more tension between Tabitha and Adele, with the both of them standing opposite each other and harsher lines on the drawings. In Adele #14, these lines are softened and Adele and Tabitha are seen together within the panels. (Adele looks really cute in the first panel, by the way!)
I like that Adele has more monologue than usual this time. It offers more insight into her feelings, which is what I really care about. Awesome writing, as usual.
I also get to see Shelshay again later. That makes my day. I think this is one of the best comics Ivy's done so far, drawing and writing considered. :)
So she understood the context of the shadow thing 2 and 4 pages ago, not because she knew from research, but because she's psychic? That took a while to catch onto, and explains the oddness of her thinking speaking another language would be easier than random cultural things.
Like, if that were a case, a bunch of weaboos would be speaking perfectly fluent japanese and be clueless about random Japanese pop culture, instead of the opposite.
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