You managed to communicate quite a lot in those those first five panels. Just goes to show that you don’t always need written text in order to tell the reader what a character is feeling 🙂
I strongly feel that silence can often say more than words– I’m glad that came across well!
This is the conversation where Midori learns the importance if being a team player, and that someone who can not be trusted to act as such will not be allowed to be on the team. 🙁
I don’t know if Forrest will go so far as to suggest giving Grey a static generator to carry and leaving Midori at headquarters, but he certainly looks angry enough to say something like that. ><
Allow me to soften this rather harsh-sounding post by saying that the lighting–while more subtle–is even better than last page, and the pacing is perfect as Forrest struggles to reign in his anger enough to talk fairly normally when he obviously wants to scream at Midori. Well done! 🙂
Haha, a suggestion like that from Forrest would be pretty much a suicide mission for Grey >>
I’m glad you like the lighting here! I wanted to utilize the lighting and the car interior to convey a very oppressive/claustrophobic setting for our dear Midori.
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