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Of the three pages, this is the weakest in my opinion. Not much happens of interest, and the overall message is straight forward. In the first few panels, it can be hard to know if she is checking on this other figure in the sand because she is compassionate, or because she is curious. Still, the reveal of his insignia immediately changes her attitude from benign to hostile. The idea here is that she holds onto her prejudices so strongly, that she would risk answers to her situation for them.

Sirair's introduction isn't as cool as Ariya's, and that is intentional. Sirair isn't a proud or powerful character, and his badass moments were meant to be more subtle or low key. Although one would think that these characters are designed as opposites; a sort of dom/sub if you will; they're actually very similar, and the story is primarily about how they get past their differences to relate to each other and work together.

This part of a series of pages of a comic I commissioned. This is not meant to showcase my artistic abilities, rather it is to showcase my experience writing, managing, and art directing comics and their scripts. This work has been paid for and does belong to me.