I think the yellow tone! Though it doesn't really matter because it's in B&W. However when we do a test print we can put a page of both in. I don't get what you are trying to communicate in second and third panels? What's happening in the last panel?? (first page)Also don't think the white space below first and second panel of second page help the design. Just looks odd.what happened from panel three to four???
hey..i ll agree with chiu..i prefer the sepia tone as well..it makes it more..hmm dimetional (yea think this is the word for it..)i like the texture of the pencil..mbe consider of using darker shadows or more anw to bring things more front..? like the 1st page,the last two images, mbe drop more shadow on the mushroom or lighten the backround to make the difference btween the two more obvious..
*btw i like you lil creatures and from just one there are plenty of them :)
Im not that great at putting the images all together in a final form, so il move stuff around and ammend it, but i was just trying to decide on an intial tone- need to add the text which explains everything anyway.thanks for the comments though, hopefully some more furry lil creatures will be seen evolving soon =)
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