I dunno if asking for feedback in an art forum would be considered spamming, DeeT. Unless, y'know, they did it in every art forum they could find, registering specifically for that purpose. Anyway, heaven knows you obliged.
The color scheme is striking - I actually like the idea of doing some of the line work in bright colors. I would, however, recommend against using greys in that capacity. Blacks stand out more, and won't look washed-out against the reds, greens, and blues. As it is, the eye tends to ignore the grey lines at first, leaving one with a mental image of floating hair and clothing.
The writing so far is decent, if a bit bland. I imagine this will improve over time. Six comics, after all, is hardly a strong sample - especially when it's the <i>first</i> six and we're still on the exposition. As far as dialogue goes, what you've written is, for the most part, pretty natural. It gets a bit stilted from time to time, though, mainly when someone's establishing a scene or event. Don't shy away from text boxes and thought bubbles - that's what they're there for.
The panel layouts are good. They're free and flow well without being confusing. This can be an issue in a comic as wordy as yours, but so far it's being handled well.
All in all, I'd say this strip has some potential. We'll know better once the characters have had time to develop a bit.
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