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Enough of the boring panels I keep posting. Here are the inks of a panel with a monster in it. ROOOOAAARRRRRR!
After spending the last year working on my first original graphic novel, I’ve learned a few things that have helped me push through the process while trying to juggle all my other freelance work. Here’s four: 1. Try to do something every day, even if it’s small. Inking panel boarders. Penciling in that rough figure.
Danny is plowing through coloring up more of the pages. The art chores on the book are almost done. After that, lettering and formatting. Finished up a project of this size is immensely gratifying.
Another small preview of the art from my graphic novel. Danny and I finished laying out the last few pages last night and then tossed around some ideas for the next project. On a somewhat unrelated note, I’ll be at Megacon next weekend with Tsunami Studios. I think we’re in the Orange section.
Here’s what Danny’s colors are looking like over my drawing. We’re in the home stretch and should be finishing up soon.
I’m plowing through my next graphic novel (co-written with Danny Paris). After all my work for hire stuff during the day, I go home at night, eat dinner, kiss my wife, and then start drawing again.