Posts tagged Comic
Posts tagged Comic
Oops I forgot to turn the red background layer visible before I exported. lol
I swear this chicken scratching is going to kill me. It’s hard trying to stop it.
Lining is hard.
Trying to re-due this so it’s a little better. I can’t tell if I’ve gotten any better. Lol
The top WIP is from Nov. 16-ish
The bottom WIP is from today (Dec. 22) :3
These are 3 of the smaller characters in Amelia & Charlene. The one of the left is Pippin, and the other two are still un-named >.>’
Some things I’ve taught myself through out the years. I have not gone to college for art or comics, these are things I’ve learned by just trying to make comics by myself.
I’ve also learned this stuff on the fly, through reading and doing. Regarding that last one: you can also use other elements to guide the reader’s eye through the page - shapes of objects, perspective on elements that “zoom” from top to bottom or right to left, etc.
Here’s a comic I did waaaaaaay back in 2009. It’s about mermaids.
Just resumed work on my dusty old comic project that I put on hiatus in 2010. Feels good to be working on something in the narrative vein again.
Still working on it. Yup.
Panya notes, and stuff. :3
Panya is an character of mine from A&C.
Here is an INDIEGOGO CAMPAIGN I think you all should take a look at.
These books are LOVELY and hand-made in Vancouver and sometimes even HAND-DELIVERED to their vendors and I really, really like them and, WOW GREAT DEALS- like the following:$25Gift Pack w/ Brush Pen
For the cartoonist in your life, here’s an awesome gift pack: Two hardcover sketchbooks, two Student Edition/Manga Notebooks, and a brand new, sealed Daiso brush pen! Shipping to USA and Canada included!
(Those Daiso pens ARE great ;D)
ComicBlanks are sketchbooks with pre-printed comic panels! Designed for anybody planning a graphic novel or other visual art project, ComicBlanks sketchbooks are also perfect for comic jams and cartoon diaries.
The Indiegogo Campaign
We need to print a few hundred ComicBlanks sketchbooks to meet local retail demand for the Christmas season. If we print just enough to fill our current orders, we’ll break even. But if we increase our print run, we can produce the books at a much more cost-effective rate.
To significantly reduce our per-book costs, we need to spend an extra $2000 on this print run; we can currently meet $800 of this extra expense.
If we raise $1200, we’ll be able to not only lower our costs, but also acquire a modest inventory for future sales.
These sketchbooks make a great gift. If you live in Canada or the US, you can claim a perk in time for Christmas!
So you all should CHECK IT OUT!
1 more time before bed (there’s 9 days to go)
Trying to draw characters after you’ve had them in your mind for a long time is both fun, and frustrating. The first character is named Pippin, but often just called Pip. The other two still have no names >.>”
My art’s still rubbish . I need to practice more, and do more comic writing!! Work is hard, but it pays off in the end. («-Self motivation haha)