Very simple page, the perspective in the second panel is inexistent, and there's no real tension here if you really think about it.
It's moments like these when I'm glad I'm pursuing a career in Biology and not Art. xD All the same, it's fun to do, and I do attempt to get better with every page, and I do practice figure drawing in my free time (little as it is).
I know he will. Ariel, you look so...un-you-ish in that last panel...too sad. No.
Edit: First, and I can't wait for the next page! I know he'll say yes, because he wouldn't be Ariel if he didn't. XD
besiiiiides, who cares if Eric's a prince or not? He's ERIC. the, y'know, love interest! //brick'd
I love this comic~
Seeing a new page of this comic always makes my day. Aww, what a good brother. Laying it all out, making sure this man wanting his baby broski knows what he's getting into...scaring off people who won't stand by his brother when it gets tough...<3
Even if you are majoring in Biology, I'm so happy that you continue this story. Every time i think of it, it brings a smile to my face and even today, when i saw you had updated I let out a really embarassing shriek that had my roommate looking at me weirdly. Please don't let it go just yet!
Edit: And I love everything that you add to make this story amazing. It really would be a great movie ^^ I'm actually jealous of how great Little Merman is ;) I wish I could convey to you how much i really do love it and I hope this message helps scratch the surface a bit...
I was going to look into my writing as a career choice, but changed my mind and will now be pursuing psychoanalysis... Feel lucky though, you've got a lot of adoring fans (including me!) who would hate to see your hobby go so obviously you're pretty damn good at what you do, even if you don't believe me haha. I think this comic's great and wait for every page.
I just found this comic and I love, love love it! It's so captivating. And I love that it's not your typical BL. Not every character is gay (and not every character is exactly straight either, eh Sebastian? ;P). You've added such believable, real drama to a classic fantasy story. Oh and I love that Ursule has a chance at redemption in your version of this story. I absolutely can't wait for the next page!
Well, they don't ACTUALLY have any proof that Eric isn't King Eliot the First's son, do they? He looks exactly like his mother; he has no traits that neither the King nor Queen Hartley had. Just because Queen Hartley became pregnant before she was married to the King doesn't mean Eric isn't his son, does it?