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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Space Comic Inked!

Inked the Space Comic that I posted a while ago. Going to color it eventually. The different tones indicate a different layer. Click on "Space_Comic" tag if you want to see the penciled version.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Eh, I dunno.

The Boss from Scott Kurtz' new web comic, The Trenches. Done with pencil, ink and felt marker.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

"Love Birds" comic roughs!

Finally doing something with this! Here are the roughs of a little short comic I've been kicking around for years!

Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5
Page 6
Page 7
Page 8
Page 9
Page 10
Page 11
Page 12

Page 13

Page 14

It's not without it's flaws but it just feels good to get this done. Feel free to post critiques and comments. I'll start cleaning these up on Monday.

UPDATE: Based on some of the critiques, I tweaked page 13 and added a final page. I like how this feels. I think I'm just going to go ahead and start cleaning this up. That'll take a while so feel free to comment anyway. I may not listen to EVERY piece of advice but it may influence how I clean this up.

A little comic I done there did!

Made this a while ago but never got around to scanning it. It's freakin' huge, okay?! Anyway, it was a class assignment that required us to tell a story with only one page. The whole class had to use the same plot outline and similar characters. This was my interpretation (duh).

I plan on cleaning this up so STAY TUNED! :)

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Axe Dude!

Sorry for the lack of updates. Things have been a little busy. Here's my latest.

I'm trying to get myself to do more illustrations so I'm planning on making a new project each week.

If interested, here are the steps...

The layout:

In case you don't recognize the character, he's a boss from Sonic and Knuckles (a favorite of mine). Originally he was going to be facing off with Sonic himself but I just couldn't get his (Sonic's) pose right. In the end, I decided to just drop him altogether. If anything, it made the piece easier to finish.

The Tie-Downs:

I separated the character from the background and tied down the pencils for both.

I probably didn't have to do this much work but I had fun doing it. It felt like working on an animated piece, in some weird way. It also made it easier to reposition the Axe Dude (yes, I think that's his actual name!).