see Drake, if you keep doing the same thing over and over, a bright little fellow like Theo is going to figure out how to counter it.
tried a different style for the background, more of a fading away, misty approach.
re Angelzora: six pages and counting.
re trenton_dawn: second doas get silver...imaginary, electronic silver, but still silver.
re Theflowerchild: but if you look at how Teddy's been fighting, he hasn't been showing that much effort. His pattern has been "ward off their punny efforts without trying, then kill them with equal lack of effort." it took a bit of time for him to recalibrate against Drake, but he's switching over to a more serious approach now.
re tricorn5: his jaw might have a bit of a fracture, but nothing vampiric healing can't fix in a matter of minutes.
re bloomygirl315: or maybe he'll just eat one of their cows and call it even.
re No-Name9: but slightly flawed.
re off-white: and a serious height problem, although he's shorter than most of the other guys in the series to begin with.
re OnionBoy: backgrounds back, dialogue still gone.
re TheDemonDragonCat: Don't worry, Teddy's not ready to lay down and die any time soon.
re silversoul: oop, but don't count him out yet.
re Imola: I love my fencing, and disengages are my favorite way of attacking.
re Mr.Blackbird: I know it's a long fight. major poor planning on my part, but there are only six pages left, I promis, and with any luck I'll be through by the end of next week and on the the fun dialogue bits again.
re Wowfreak2011: lo...oops
re teurastaa: but look at him bouncing right back. What a clever little fellow.
re paw_07: just give him a moment to recalibrate his approach.
Careful, Drake! Teddy's got a nasty bite, so I'd be careful,a dn now he even has your stick! He'll beat you upside the head and downside the head and where the sun don't shine! Where the hell is Joan when you need her?
Re fencing: we get to see a real fight and no flashy things that are so unreal. :)
Re oak: well, Teddy' s not week against the oak stick anymore... but Joan and that acorn are still there. Or maybe my English fails me here, but as far as I know, acorns grow on oak trees...
Page: Finally I can see the backgrounds! I set my computer to the brightest possible, but never really saw anything... love the mist. It makes everything look so clear, like most mists. :D
Nice dark foggy forest *thumbs up* oh yeaaaah ! ; D
Also, watch out : you need to pace up your action scenes. It looks like they're fighting in slow motion.
Actualy there's nothing wrong with slow motion but it needs to be occasional. I think you should vary your narration rythm : quick-quicker-slooow-quick... it's like dancing really : ) (waltzing, I would say)