It took forever to do that broken glass effect there. Made that baby from scratch. Though, I admit, it's kinda cool to look at 20 or pictures of shattered windshields and windows to learn the pattern of how glass breaks. It's almost like a spiderweb and a crater in one.
Anywho, this is the last we'll see of Azaq for quite a while. From here, I'm going to switch scenes, and I'm deciding between an "elsewhere," "previously," or "meanwhile," scene change. I'd like to shorten this chapter up, end it in 4 or so pages, and switch over to whatever the heck the Triad is doing with Talon. Which will hopefully make a little more sense of the cover of the chapter.
I'm probably going to see Hancock today with a friend of mine from out of town. If it's any good, I'll let you know! Anything with Will Smith is generally watchable and entertaining (disregarding the absurdity that was "Wild Wild West") but the trailers to this look awesome.
EDIT: Hancock was awesome! The critics unfairly ripped it apart, at least in my local paper. It was fantastic (and I say that in my Steve Austin voice), endlessly funny, ironic, sometimes sad, but worth the movie ticket. I give it an 8/10. There was also a mega-twist in the middle of the movie I did NOT see coming, and it's been awhile since I was that surprised in a theatre (especially lately). Then again, I haven't read the comic it's based off of!
I leave you with a great version of Patty Griffin's You Are Not Alone, a favorite song of mine.