Sunnyville Number 17, Pages 3-4

Good day, everyone!  This blog post is going live while I’m off on a trip in New York City.  Anyway, we have more pages of Sunnyville #17 to share today.  So…on with the show!  

Sunnyville Number 17 page 3 top panel

This was done with one-point perspective.  As many of you readers know, I rarely use linear perspective; most of my work is more of a flat view.  Yet, I can use one-point, two-point and three-point perspective should it be needed.

Sunnyville Number 17 Page 3 bottom panel

Now we need some drama and urgency to help set up the plot more.

Sunnyville Number 17 Page 4 Top panel

Rusty is a teenager and isn’t free to just come & go as he pleases.  A big part of this story is that he has to be home by 5:00 PM exactly!

Sunnyville Number 17 Page 4, left middle panel

Sunnyville Number 17 Page 4, right middle panel

The mental image of Nancy grabbing Rusty and threatening him was not in my original script.  It was something I improvised during the thumbnails.

Sunnyville Number 17 Page 4, bottom panel

Rusty just tempted fate because we’re about to set up the conflict.  But that will have to wait until next time.

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I am a freelance artist and the creator of Sunnyville Stories, an independent slice-of-life comics series.
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