I bet a lot of you thought Jill was only wearing a bra and panties, weren’t you? Hah! Nope! That being said, Alli is super thrilled to have done this page, as it is the first page with Lucien on it with no words.
She is so happy…
Ballerina Jill — looks like she might be pretty good.
Who wouldn’t have expected a corset? I certainly expected one, at least until she took it off during her dance if it were like the “dances” at the Stone Theater that used to be near my high school (which isn’t there any more either). 😉
I like that she is just letting herself go and feel the moves of the dance, as demonstrated by the change of her hair. Now, how to turn that into a combat form?
Glad to see the message got across
2 things to say. Is that a corset? Love his expression in the last frame
It is, and while it would hamper movement slightly, Jill isn’t into wearing corsets to crush her ribs.
There really isn’t much of a difference between a bra and panties and a corset and panties…
Tell that to the women who wear them
Julian’s correct depending on how it’s made, the fit of it and how tightly it’s worn. My two cents as someone who can make them and studied fashion history. (Sneak reader )
Let’s not get hasty here!
Yes! One of my guesses was right, it is Ballet! It can be made into a pretty good fighting style (Dani in Not a Villain Comic proves this). Their legs can be pretty terrifying combined with their overall flexibility.
It’s 3:30 EST and nobody has yet suggested “she moves like the wind?”
“Swift as a shaft, or winged wind, she flies, And, darting to the port, obtains the prize.”
Those envied rites Saturnian Juno views; And sends the goddess of the various bow, To try new methods of revenge below; Supplies the winds to wing her airy way, Where in the port secure the navy lay.
— Virgil, The Aeneid
Then Val walks in: “That’s not dancing…this is dancing!”
That’s what many thought, such as the gutter rat and the fake guard
It’s a good thing she is an air elemental, because I haven’t the slightest clue how she could do any of that in a corset and still be able to breathe…
Lucien’s face . . .
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