Fairies apparently have different housing standards.
I've been finding my font too thick, and want to shrink it smoothly from 20 to 18. At the moment, I started allowing myself to use 19 when the word bubble feels too tight. I could settle for all-19 rather than all-18, but 20 is just heavier than the lineart and it doesn't feel completely part of the page. It'll be a challenge in the end, because drawing the bubbles by hand for computer text involves a part of guessing, and making the whole thing smaller will leave less playroom.
Very nice line work on this page, Dodom! Striking! o_o
Bet those fellas are stinky. >_<
The rain does 'em good. ;)
There HAS been a mention once that troll smell was strong enough to repell insects...
Seems to me, our little friend here should have no trouble finding a dry spot just his size to keep out of the rain. Clearly Trolls have accepted nature as it is and welcome it.
Water running through the semi-shelter looks good. I would have a hard time getting it to look as good as you've managed.
He expected the shelter to be such a spot though...
As for trolls VS nature, well in their mythological origins, trolls represent the force of nature (powerful, destructive not out of malevolence but by a lack of wisdom). I don't know how well those in this comic would represent this, but it was present in the original inspiration.
Sexy fairy on the third panel, that's who should have been with Link in Ocarina of Time ;)
Link prefers boy fairies??? O: