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Third Movement: Depression P.2 by rufftoon Third Movement: Depression P.2 by rufftoon
These pages completely done in Photoshop.

(All characters belong to Dreamworks)

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I just think this page is really sad :( 
Though after reading your wonderful comics I've started to like Pitch a lot more because I think you show that he isn't a one-dimensional character but has many layers to his personality. I like when there's more to a villain than meets the eye and your comics, in my opinion, move him into a grey zone which makes him much more interesting as a character. In my opinion this grey zone is shown a bit in the movie as well when Pitch says he just wants to be believed in so he already is an interesting character in the movie but I think your comics explore this grey zone a bit more. 
So all in all good work :D (and sorry for my rambling ^^')
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specter-fangal Nov 20, 2013  Student Writer

Well Pitch, the great depression was on everyone's minds because of these reasons

 

1. Everyone was in poverty (meaning they couldn't afford food and when they did they froze it)

2. Those who didn't live in houses lived in "buildings" called Homerville (which was called that cause everyone hated the president at the time)

3.  They literally had to fight to survive

 

So I think the Boogieman would be the last thing on everyone's minds

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Lily-Lyn-Rain Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Man... you're making me start to feel bad for him!
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Rilguia Jan 13, 2013  Student General Artist
Poor Pitch...=(
however awesome work as always!! =)
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:iconlittle-like-you:
These are amazing
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Runforthestairs Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I read this movement and then went back and read the others. Now re-reading this, I love how you bring in references to what happened in the previous ones. This entire series of fancomics is incredibly detailed with the art and wonderfully original and yet true to the characters.
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:iconrufftoon:
Thank you very much. All these short stories are somewhat connected.
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:iconwings33:
Geez, the Depression was rough on everyone-- Pitch probably had to pawn those gold accents. And Easter? Don't even get us started on rationing.
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:iconrufftoon:
He lost all gold accents a long time ago. As for rationing on Easter...Bunny was working hard just making sure spring would at least happen.
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:iconwings33:
...historical inaccuracy, but ignore it.
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