Well, there's a reason why a lot of humans can't see ghosts. A lot of us our told from a young age that ghosts do not exist, that they're a silly fantasy or whatever, so our minds stop believing in them and it suppresses our recognition of them. That's why babies and toddlers will react to spirits but will lose the ability to do so because of what they are told when they grow up. Animals aren't like humans like that. No one there to tell them whether ghosts exist or not, so animals are more sensitive to the presence of spirits, I think.
Yeah, I believe in ghosts but normally, you can't see them clearly like that or speak to them like we speek to a normal person(Well it's a cartoon so it's okay ). But I compleatly agree with what you say! But I think that animals react more to spirits because they have a kind of "power"(well power is a big word but I don't find any words) that not a lot of humans have, that's why a lot of humans don't believe in ghosts. Because they can't feel them. But the animals can,I think
I don't know,but at first I thought he was a spirit too.But after reading the next pages,now I'm thinking that he and his mother might have fell in there.Probably both died,but the mother's spirit is 'seperated' (don't remember the right spelling) from the cub... Man...my imagination's going crazy again!
This is really good at showing the emotions/expressions of the characters, especially "OH!"
Well, I guess you have to start somewhere for Irving to develop positively for a character, and it will be great to see how this develops! I think it's nice how the background and characters seem to have the same kind of smooth lighting and color shading, and same lighting levels and that kind of consistency. I feel like my characters/backgrounds usually do not correlate well with regard to style or lighting levels, and I'm working to improve in that area. This is great work, and it has a constant kind of style from one box and character and page to the next, which is also nice to see.