Suzie Sterling lives in a strange and beautiful place, and because of her magical grandpa she has to balance between school and the world of the supernatural. [RATED YA]

Chapter 4: The Tantamount Tot - Page 3

10th Aug 2020, 9:47 AM

Chapter 4: The Tantamount Tot - Page 3

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JitterbugJive

JitterbugJive 10th Aug 2020, 9:47 AM
Remember this thing?

I couldn't figure out which looked better, trees getting darker the further back they go, or trees getting lighter. So uh, there's a bit of both going on in this page.


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jawbone
10th Aug 2020, 4:32 PM
jawbone
DON'T STEP ON HIS SHOELACE, SUZI!!!
JitterbugJive
10th Aug 2020, 6:53 PM
JitterbugJive
One of these days that shoelace is gonna cause problems
jawbone
11th Aug 2020, 8:52 AM
jawbone
I wonder if you heard Petula Clark in your mind like I did...
KarToon12
10th Aug 2020, 5:03 PM
KarToon12
You did a really great job on the depth of the forest there. And I can't really decide which looks better either. I guess if I HAD to pick, I'd go with the "trees farther away are darker", but they both look good.
RazorD9
10th Aug 2020, 11:27 PM
RazorD9
Well, that can't be natural.

Hmm, as for the trees, that usually depends on spacing and lighting of the forest. What I can get from the background, the forest they are in aren't really dense with some clearings or open areas. Plus the lightness can also mean mid morning or more overcast/foggy weather, which is what I tend to think of with Oregon. You did a great job non the less.
12th Aug 2020, 9:35 PM
Robbie
Suzie and that shoelace are to 2 (thing I won't say to make people uncomfortable) people on a treadmill, uncomfortably close
17th Aug 2020, 1:40 AM
Zeph
Back in university I had a geophysics professor who literally swore by dowsing rods and never went in the field without it. But, he wouldn't mention it's use in any publication. During a geophysics field course he explained it's use and let us walk around with it (the part of the course everyone bursted with laughter)
He told this story where in Kuwait (or Oman)they were taking a geophysics measurement, but got all wonky results. They didn't know why. So they walked around the area with dowsing rods and concluded that there was indeed some interference, but 20 meters further this interference was gone. So they took their measurement there with no trouble.
And there was this time at a geophysics symposium with all new sorts of equipment. There was also someone with dowsing rods. So this guy went to a test field, walked around and concluded that there was a gravel layer at a few meters depth. Next up are some guys with a few thousand dollars worth of new state-of-the-art equipment, and confirmed it. Of a sudden no one was interested in the new equipment and swarmed the dowsing guy.