I'll have to make a remark here:
I know how you feel about your beautiful landscape panels going to waste in this web comic format, I'm the same. But putting them as portraits is not doing the readers any favors. The first one I saw, I thought was a deliberate artistic choice, but now I'm almost certain it's because you think they are too small when put as landscape.
I'm not here to tell you what to do, but I hope you can appreciate the feedback. Maybe I'm the only one who thinks this way, so feel free to ignore me. I'll continue reading even if you turn it upside down, rotate it sideways, or flip it on it's head xD
"Chronicles of Time and Space - Uluru" is a sci-fi webcomic about a young man called Uluru who embarks on a journey of exploration and self-discovery through the interior of Australia, trying to emancipate himself from the controlling protocols of his artificial parents: the Talus robot and the cybernetic entity UCIA. This is the first part of a trilogy about the character Uluru, and part of a larger storyworld called Chronicles of Time and Space.
The story was written by Marco Fraga da Silva, illustrated by Matthieu Pereira, colored by Sofia Pereira, and translated into Chinese and French by Flávio Fraga da Silva. For more information about the team and to have access to the other translations please visit the official website: www.chroniclesoftimeandspace.com