DanOfTheDead wrote:Can't believe I'm just now getting around to see this. The wife and I relocated to California back in January, and found out a week later she was pregnant. Needless to say, it's been a crazy transition period for us, and our son arrived on the 7th of this month. All that to say, I've been away from the forums a bit.
DanOfTheDead wrote:Anyway, what an amazing chapter to tune back in on. I love it.
Your scenery has reached a level where I don't know how you can continue to improve on it. Every time you post a new chapter I want to dive in an finally get around to all the diorama projects I've ever thought up, you backgrounds are so engrossing and inspirational.
DanOfTheDead wrote:Your zombies really steal the show here, though. They look incredible. There's enough to really feel like a horde, but they're diverse and each has a ton of visual character. They're dirty and messy but beautifully made. I was reading this on my phone and found myself stopping every few image to zoom in and get a really good look at the customs.
DanOfTheDead wrote:I like your use of established characters, like Vader. You write their tone well and they act in a way consistent with what's been established about the character. His manipulation of Rykrof is excellent, and looks like a great lead into the next part of the story. I hope we get to see some of the Jedi Kala's been helping hide out, and I hope that means some new Jedi customs from you. I love the shift in style of your figures into what I suppose is the "Rebels" era... it's always a treat to see your next take on your established cast.
DanOfTheDead wrote:This chapter got me thinking about Freelo, and his relationship with Rykrof. We know he means well, but I wonder what it is that makes him so inseparable from Rykrof. He plays the fool from time to time, kind of fills the 3P0 role a bit, but Rykrof obviously puts a lot of trust in him. I don't think that's bad writing, in fact it makes me more interested. I started to think maybe this would be the moment we saw Freelo really stand tall and save the day, or going with the zombie tropes, maybe even die saving Rykrof. Instead we got classic apologetic Freelo insisting, "I was watching your blind side!", and you know what, it was just as satisfying.
DanOfTheDead wrote:Seriously, this has been a great series of chapters, and I'm always happy to see you're still at it. I think you've balanced your zombie homage with the Star Wars feel wonderfully, and I hope you find a way to continue to include some "scarier" figure designs in future chapters as you've got a real knack for it, even if we're moving away from the undead story.
blaster_e11 wrote:Once again, I must say I'm really impressed by the sheer quality of your work. The dioramas and the customs are perfectly shot and brought into life with clear lighting and amazing effects.
Thanks for maintaining such a level of quality in your work and keeping up feeding us our regular dose of Enloe's adventures.
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