The artwork was nothing short of amazing. Complete in every detail. I was especially impressed by the appearance of the war machines. Nice atmosphere giving the People no faces. I don't know why, but It really created a nice environment for me that was grungy, yet attractive and curious.
I can't wait for a continuation of this; great work, and good luck!
Rarely do we see such art on this site.
I am in awe at the level of time, effort, and serious, true artistry that went into making this. You can see it in all of its workings, and I applaud it wholeheartedly. This is what it means to be exploring the media in which you work, in this case combining animation with comics. This was deep in a very real sense, and I believe that you really worked hard to make something extremely noticeable and noteworthy. So, I give you props for going above and beyond what we expected from anyone here.
The physical artwork was absolutely gorgeous as well. Truly, a marvel.
(There were some problems with the pacing at some points, but this is an explorative art form, I'll leave that be. The ending worked better pacing-wise, just for the record.)
From the minute I saw the first frame, I was hooked. The art is absolutely beautiful, and the story is shaping up very well! I can't wait to read the rest of these.
Ahhh! giant robotic churches!
But it looks like you couldn't choose between a written passage and a comic. Tell me or show me, not half and half.