I know - I don't upload for over 2 months, and I pick today of all days to do it. Yeah, bad timing...
A quick sketch page with notes.
A couple of comic pages I did today - and dialog this time. Hoorah.
Alot of the erasing ended up leaving an accidental tone/shading of sorts - which kind of works at times. But I need to figure out a standardized way to do comic pages, something a little cleaner maybe - and more importantly something that will carry over into print without anything becoming lost in translation.
...Pen and inking is one method, but there are alot of drawbacks - one being a loss of the immediate line that you put down when you loosely sketch (i.e., you lose some of the life and energy of the drawing - or can potentially - when you nail it down with solid linework.)
I'll have to figure something out, to save my sanity if nothing else.
An older work-up sketch, from that box of sketches I keep talking about. (It exists, and it will be scanned at some point - trust me.)
Foreground character should be resting his one foot on something in-frame - or be repositioned so that he looks more "on level" perspective-wise with the other characters.
Was based off another sketch that had more realistic rendering and proportions. Maybe that was part of the problem? - basing it on something without as much exaggeration? Problems, problems....
(There's a good reason why the lady's naked in the above sketch. Honestly. There's a whole sequence that revolves around that as a story point... of sorts. Stay tuned.)
............................And a little color, to upset my friends and family.
Alot of copy paper, alot of colerase, and a little PS cheating.