I get that it's photorealistic to the actor Chris Evans, and good job by the way, but cap's expressions here come off lacking. I can't imagine blocking gunfire and flinging a large metal disc without even a hint of facial expression, let alone not looking anywhere near the shooter. Other than that, amazing work.
i am, speachless, this is very very very good, the only thing that might have added something was the borders of the panels, the gutters could have been a bit thicker to seprate the sequence a bit for the eyes to follow, but other than that, i bow to you in recognition of your Professional skills
Hi there. These sequentials are great (colors and lighting) but Cap seems to look like a robot.. He's face is emotionless. He didn't even wince or show a slight trace of struggle when he threw the shield; and on page 3 where he blocked the energy ray..
Oooh, I think I see a bit of Chris Evans in Steve's face here? It's a nice touch. I really love this page, there's a nice sense of motion and action, and both Skull and Cap have expressions that seem quite suiting to their character.
There are two recommendatiosn I'd make to improve the over all quality. First off, in the first panel, depicting the village, there's a slightly brighter light on the far left. I assume this is where Red Skull is understood to be firing at Cap from. I think to really capture that it needs more emphasis. Right now it looks like a picturesque village with one street light burning brighter than the rest. I'd try making the other village lights more of a golden yellow, cheery like a post card image, then have the bright white muzzle flash over there on the left, bouncing off the walls in stark contrast to the yellow lights in the village windows.
The other issue is more of a personal preference, but I feel like Cap is a bit too static in the panel where he's throwing his shield. With his arm out all the way like it is the shield would have traveled a lot further, plus the pose itself just feels more, well, posed. I think having his throwing arm extended out in front of him, fingers out stretched, would have a more dynamic feel, and would add to the over all excitement of these panels.
I hope this seems helpful and doesn't come across badly, I really love this page, and these are my absolute favorite hero and villain at Marvel. (Yes I'm a sucker for the classics. )