Damn it. I pressed the "add comment" too soon. I apologize. I also would like to comment on your portraitist dexterity! I love how you can give each facial and other bodily traits so much character. That priest's visage can tell stories from his past, his hands go the same way. I must say, very, but verrry "Schielist".
Haha, no worries at all, and I definitely love your bear pun Many MANY thanks- I love to try and design characters that feel very human. It doesn't always work out, but I'm glad that you say that it's seeming to at least a little bit (and oh, when a love for Schiele collides).
Oh gosh, thank you so much. I'm glad you're enjoying it so far. The cloth is nothing special, just a ceremonial little thing in the context of burial that is meant to act as a sort of makeshift shroud since Noah's body went under before it could accompany him.