Right from the get-go here I wanted to make Ana look cautious and proactive, so I figured something like this was a good place to start. It'd be moreso if she just stayed away from the crazy people telling she's a demon, but needs of the story and all, plus it's probably hard to argue with them after they had to save her from a giant sand monster that came out of a tiny cardboard box as Laura is kind enough to point out.
This reminds me we need to devote a filler or two to working on drawing cars, actually. The next chapter, which is coming up soon, will have a lot of them.
Not sure what else I've got on this one, pretty self-explanatory really. One thing I do kind of like in this one is how Ana immediately goes to the general stereotype of sorts as to what demons are like, though not sure how clear the idea there shines through.
Yeah, kinda curious what demons are like in this universe. I would say it contradicts... Well, I'm really not at liberty to say, and there's a good deal of wiggle-room there anyway. ^^
Either way, not a ton of fond memories for this one; think it's pretty decent but nothing else to contribute here.
Ana looks a lot better in color than in the lineart, at least. Kinda boring to do in the latter. Though I guess plans on the horizon will quickly change that, eh?
Very, very interesting, and my mind keeps going back to what Sarabeth and that lady were talking about in this weeks WaR page.
Heh, gotcha. You might learn a bit more about that soon.