When characters, lettering or objects overlap the panel borders, it can expand the action and give more dynamism to the page. Here, you have used it very well to capture motion and force. The only exception would be the fifth panel. Action actually becomes muddled and lost due to the overlap with both panel four and panel six. I might have pulled the fist from panel six totally away from the face in panel five. That tangency alone forces my eye in an abrupt way. This is otherwise another strong, interesting page! RICK
The fifth is the "weakest" panel in the page also because of the non-centered action (seems like is the onomatopoeia the main element).
I see that. Nothing wrong with a sound effect taking center stage once in a while (if you mean it to). My greater concern is with the overlaps actually creating a situation in panel five where the action is trapped and grinds to a halt. Many different fixes if you decide to tinker with it. I actually recommend leaving it alone and pushing forward with an eye on future pages to check the design for overall page movement. I am a big fan of your work. RICK
Decisamente un combattimento avvincente. Mi piace come dai il senso del movimento.
This is a really great page! Have you ever considered using water colors on your art? We think they would really compliment your style well!
They are my "weapon of choice" for covers and illustrations. I'm for a kinda sketchy-style, both in b/w and colored works.
Where are your covers?! We didn't see any in your gallery!
I've uploaded just a few, silly ones (flagged as "mature content"), but I prefer to upload comic panels, hoping to talk about comics storytelling and other "technical" stuff (but it happens rarely). Covers/pinups/illustrations are too mainstream, ahah!