Commentary on Ondine Pages 6 and 7:
To my credit, what little is due, the spread does hammer home the fact that we have stepped out of the grey and angular real world, and we are now someplace else, somewhere with color and organic shapes. And as I mentioned on the last page, the color here sets up the relationship between the protagonist and the soon-to-be-revealed other character. At this point, the protagonist has control of his dream/memory, so green is the most prominent color. This color dominance quickly shifts within the next few pages.
Is it coincidence the fallen tree and the rock beside it look like a paint brush?
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