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Eternity Complex is the story about a girl called Fae, the people she meets, and the adventure she has as she tries to figure out why she's been whisked away to a mystifying and often frightening new world.

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19th Oct 2015, 12:20 PM in Chapter15
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zartala edit delete
zartala
There are a lot of good reference photos for a swan dive online, but none of the angle I wanted.
User comments:
TheD-Wrek edit delete reply
TheD-Wrek
Either way it stil came out great. Amazing job. :D
zartala edit delete reply
zartala
Thanks so much! :)
Centcomm edit delete reply
Centcomm
Looks really good!
zartala edit delete reply
zartala
Thanks! :)
MadJak91 edit delete reply
MadJak91
Do Aquatians transform upon hitting the water or is it controlled.
Cannot remember now. I know she was stuck in her aqua form before though.

Swimming with clothes is difficult. I tried it for fun.
Looks easy but once they are soaked, you basically gain additional weight.
zartala edit delete reply
zartala
It's completely controlled. Marie's degree of control is never really showcased due to Adrik's lack of control over his abilities. She likes to avoid a mutually assured literal headache when possible.

Swimming with clothes is awful and walking around in those clothes is even worse. I don't think I fully appreciated how heavy water was until I had to walk around soaked. Marie is about to make swimming with clothes look really easy but she has magic on her side.
Spelledeg edit delete reply
Spelledeg
More beautiful water!
I have to say, I love your use of line-weights to separate foreground and background elements. It's really effective and this scene has such a feeling of hope to it despite everything that's going on. I wonder how long they'll keep it...
zartala edit delete reply
zartala
That's actually the exact same water... I cheated and copy-pasted.

Thanks so much! Glad you like the line weights! I decided to experiment more with them this chapter because of your critique on "giant Bjorn". What you said was really helpful! :)