Wow okay. Going through my old photobucket account has yielded some very interesting, embarrassing treasures! Probably the second oldest picture of Neil (The first has been lost to time). Some of the first pictures of the twins, and some cute shots of Trisha and Penelope! Trisha, unlike the other characters, is actually on loan from my friend Lisa (Who is an awesome artist BTW). 

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You know that thing I do where I post a picture of my favorite panel from the most recent update of my webcomic, and then talk for a little bit about why I like it? Welll… I like this whole page… So have a slightly more high res version of it! It’s a very rare occurrence, but this time, I felt that the layout and the colors and the expressions and well… almost everything about this page came out how I wanted them to, and hey, that’s alright by me. Although the Ancestor’s fingers came out looking like… noodles or something in the first panel.

Yup. I like this page. It almost makes up for the page I’m currently working on that I HATE EVERY SINGLE INCH OF.

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Chapter two page one (rough draft)

You know, you can get exclusive sneak peaks of new Magical Girl Neil pages and character sketches over on my patreon? It’s pretty sweet.

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Huh what? Are we still doing the whole “Talk about your favorite panel from the latest update" thing? I guess so. I mean, I don’t really… LIKE any of the panels from the latest page per se. They’re all kind of dissatisfying in some way shape or form. That being said, this panel is pretty cute. The hair came out looking alright, and all the shines are in the right places. I also like the shading and coloring on the ancestor’s haori where Neil’s fingers dig in. Yeah. 

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uhhh… favorite panel from the latest update. This one was a hard choice, because one: it’s technically two pages, and two: I don’t really… love any of them. I mean, some of them are okay, but I see a lot of flaws in most of the composition, except for the very bottom panel.

This panel is obviously flawless.

Still, I chose that panel as my favorite mostly because of the colors. Also, I’m trying another new thing with the coloring of the hair, and I feel like I’m getting closer to something I really can enjoy looking at for long periods of time. Like, at least twenty minutes. At least.

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