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I'm an amateur artist seeking to improve my work through consistent practice and feedback from others. Anybody willing to provide the latter is deeply appreciated.
My art style is influenced heavily by manga and anime, but I'm trying to make it my own. As for writing, it's mainly comedy--or rather, what passes for comedy according to my taste in humor.
My DeviantArt page:
Oh hey, that manga looks familiar.
Another symbolic chapter cover. Let the speculation begin!
And that's the end of this chapter...or at least the first part, as the observant among you may have noticed. Part two is coming soon...
Good talk, guys.
Come to think of it, when's the last time I drew him with any kind of smile? Cheer up, silly rabbit.
And that's why the sky looks normal at the end of Chapter 9, for those of you keeping score of the plot holes back at home.
Leo used up all his conversational skill points on calling her bluff a couple pages back. I'm impressed he even got this far.
What's that? This development only raises further questions? Leo thought so too, but as usual, he can barely get a word in edgewise.
I'm...not too comfortable with this page. This originally was meant to end with Leo admitting he was just bluffing to coax a confession out of her, but somehow that version seemed like even more of a stretch than this admittedly contrived coincidence.

Plus, his disgruntled response in the last panel feels more in-character.
Honestly, I don't see how anybody could be fooled by that fakey sky. I mean, look at the moon. You can barely even see Tycho and the Mare Tranquillitatis is all wrong.
@Obsidian_Umbreon: Well gosh! I'm so happy to hear you two enjoyed it!
Sure, he's finally free to go, but Leo's never been one to turn down a good opportunity to grouse.
Adding "Monsieur Lapin" to the ever-expanding list of impromptu nicknames foisted upon our favorite bunnyplumber.
It's not a cliffhanger, it's a strategically-placed opportunity for the audience to theorize while I return to the B plot.
Hey, you're the one who never bothered to ask his name.
@schlissel: Right? It's like June can't see what's right in front of her.
Finally back. And on such a poetic page, too!
Man, it took a while to catch up. Amazing perspective on this page. Too bad I had to catch up on a cliffhanger. Ah well.
Oof. That poor kid. That injury is hard to look at.