zombie attack!

i love me a good conversation on hypothetical situations!  i think they’re great to probe what the other person feels and why they think that way.  instead of waiting until the real situation arises and dealing with the unexpected, talking about it could help you understand where they are coming from and i think it’ll also help form a person’s behavior.  what i mean is, by thinking about it before it actually happens, i now have time to think logically about it instead of just reacting.

artwise, we’re all over the angles this week!  i forgot how often i shifted the camera angle and love it!  especially since we’re talking a hypothetical, i think we need to go cerebral and get intense, into the character’s minds.  then in the last panel, i wanted the audience to focus on them and only them, hence no background.  (either that or i got lazy!)

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