Red Dahlia – Page 1

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Very different than the last story and set in an entirely different world. I think if I choose to chase this dream sometime in the future, I’d continue with this version of the character.

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Red Dahlia – Page 23

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So that was my original Red Dahlia. I hope you enjoyed it. For my senior project in college, I changed a lot about the story and set it in a sci-fi setting instead of a modern one like this story. Consider this a “sketch,” of the character.

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Red Dahlia – Page 22

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I like the fake-out here where you think they’re going to fight but don’t.

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Red Dahlia – Page 21

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Her face shifts so much on this page from panel to panel.

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Red Dahlia – Page 20

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Very simple backgrounds here to catch up on the deadline.

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Red Dahlia – Page 19

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And like a good soap opera you have characters come out of nowhere with revelations.

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Red Dahlia – Page 18

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Kind of a weird angle in panel 2. I would probably draw it tilted up more now.

 

Happy Birthday, AJ.

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Red Dahlia – Page 17

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Dutch angles. So many Dutch angles.

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Red Dahlia – Page 16

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This has a good back-and-forth between the two of them.

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Red Dahlia – Page 15

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I admit I used a lot of Kung Fu movies for this fight scene coming up.

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