I totally read that as "sexist rainbows" the first time and I was like "wait wait WHAT" but like the fact that "Sexiest rainbows" makes more sense to me is kind of confusing, what has the internet done to me.
For some reason, I'm having a really hard time recognizing Atli as female and Jin as male, they feel switched around for me. xD Probably cause I'm so used to the skeptic older sister, happy younger brother dynamic. Anyway, I love this comic, and am SO glad it's started up again!
They're made of very hard glass-- it would take a much higher drop than they can accomplish in this flat world to shatter them. But when they get chipped... well, a while ago Jin mentioned in passing that Atli got a shard in her eye, hinting that it may have caused her heterochromia. She can still see from both eyes though, it just changed color (;
yeah that makes sense! @ 0 @ I didn't expect you to change anything because you've already put a lot of work into this :>
But, what I'm noticing is like in this scene in particular, the ground looks a bit off? It seems like the ground furthest away from our perspective is curving away or something? Because we can't see much distance that's the feel I'm getting. I'm not sure if it's how high/low the horizon is placed or perhaps how the slabs of glass don't really get all that smaller as distance increases. @ u @ I'm probably not explaining this very well, but hopefully you'll get what I mean if you look at this pic? [link] obviously the height of the horizon will change depending on perspective, but the slabs of earth in this case get smaller as distance increases. When that doesn't happen it kind of looks like he ground just drops away, either in a cliff or in a curve.