While I can't speak to the layout of the room (khamya9 is probably right), the panel itself seems a little too uncluttered for the dialogue, though i personally wouldn't hav wanted to fill such a large space with boxes, if i were drawing it. Maybe if the establishing shot had been tighter, with the lower bunk partially blocked in because of boxes would have made a better setup.
The colors are fine, IMO, but I'm not sure where the light is coming from.
And to panel 3, though I thought she was in the midst of something naughty at first.
So that bitch is going to decide what clothes she can and cant ware because she's jelus of her friends big boobs!? I so fucking hate it when people do that irl. Tell ppl what they cant and can ware/do.
I agree, panel three is definitely a very sexy "candid"shot of her. It also truly shows that she really just woke up by her body language and facial expression. So,I take it that since Annies left breast is spilling over her arm that she's not wearing a bra when she sleeps, hence the shirt?
I would think that for the sake of comfort, and force of habit (maybe), she'd sleep without a bra. The t shirt would keep her breasts from getting chaffed and covered in case of having to answer the door, not too mention to maintain pg13 rating. Plus, I'm pretty certain putting her bra on/off is still a difficult task at this time so just having a tee on when home would be her easier for Annie.
Yeah, they both seem that way. Fire, intruders, or just getting up to go to the bathroom on the middle of the night. I can just imagine poor Annie walking into the bathroom half asleep and freak out seeing herself in the mirror and then Lucy come running in there. Not to mention that Annie hasn't been all that confident in her new figure since the experiment and she doesn't seem like one to dress up in public, more the tom boy trying to deal with being bomb shell.
I think panel 3 is one of the sexiest pictures of the new Annie you've done.
The colors worked for me.
I do gotta say, that's a really big room and the bed is in a strangely inconvenient place. It looks like it's pointing right at the door even though there's several feet of open space on both sides. If it was turned sideways so their heads were in the corner of the room and the door faced the ladder up to annie's bunk, they'd have a much more open room, and be less likely to get into traffic jams coming and going. Plus, you'd have a less complicated room to draw.