I misread the direction of the frames more than once before I understood how it was actually supposed to go. As you probably want to make the comic easily read by most people, I would recommend putting a bold black line, vertically, down between each of the pages - at least, speaking for just myself this would have made it a lot easier to follow the order of the frames.
Anyways, for the art itself, I liked the style and the colors a lot. I also thought the story sort of brought in "abstract" elements, which I definitely appreciate.
Overall good, interesting piece. Nice work!
The sentiment here is lovely, don't apologize. I'm sorry to hear your application was rejected. Don't give up, please.
Don't let anyone deter you from posting gay-themed stuff here, there's plenty of us who wouldn't mind seeing more. I'm straight, American, non-student, non-drinker... I'm sure our differences go on. None of that concerns your piece and how it resonates with me. It's that kind of universal communication that gives art true value. Thanks for sharing :)
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