newcenturydsn: Thanks for the support
cgkrusty: I also feel that the smoke is a little distracting, and the story needs to be a little defined. I feel that my story is changing with each update, so I feel that I need to revisit my original approach in terms of storyline, which was originally a civilian revolt.
montclaris: I was also thinking about having the missiles coming from space (from above) and this way it will leave more space under the riders. However, I feel that the missile attack will disconnect itself from the riders, or it will suggest the idea that the riders are late for battle since there is only three of them ( or what will be a select few).
Fahrija: A fourth rider I think will improve the distraction from the smoke trail. Based on everyone’s suggestions I should be able to fix it accordingly, and also this large ship is suppose to be buidlings but I didn’t establish that well enough so some people must getting different ideas. I only added the addition of what could be a giant ship, which will define the structures under the riders, to see how this might work. I think it works as people have mentioned, however I feel that I am stepping too far away from the idea that this is suppose to be a civilian revolt. Perhaps my story can change from my original approach and adjust to what is suggested with each update? Only time will decide, what do you think?
Virtuoso: Thanks for the support!
Thanks everyone for the comments and suggestions. I really want to get started on the line art and worry about the details later. I have one question I want to lay out for everyone.
The structures under the riders originally were suppose to be buildings, and recently people are getting the impression that they are huge ships, (this is why I suggested this possibility by adding an additional ship in the top left corner of the comp). However, I feel that this huge ship idea is changing the original story of a civilian revolt to a invasion of what could be a alien race, or another nation. What I still see as a possibility with this composition is to have the strucutres stay as buidlings, and try to suggest the idea that the riders in the foreground are late for battle and are witnessing the pinical point in the revolt. This is what I would like to aim for, but I am willing to go either way as I feel they are both great opportunities to explore.
So what do you all think about that?