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December 8th, 2010 #40
You really know how to make a story. Can't wait to see more. Just don't stop it...
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I wonna more!!!
December 9th, 2010 #42
i love it!!
December 9th, 2010 #43
awsome! i went thro it all and i simply got hooked, haft to have a follow up you can't leave me hanging like this as far as critiq i got nothing, was very easy to follow and understand story
December 10th, 2010 #44
This a a superb comic. I've always loved comics that can tell the story without words. Only with pictures. And you do it so well. It reminds me a bit about the Norwegian comic artist called Jason and his Mjau Mjau comic where cats and dogs anthropomorphically have taken the place of humans.
So come on. I want to see whats behind that panel.
December 10th, 2010 #45
Hmmm I just stumbled upon this thread....
Give us some christmas presents, in comic pages! It is indeed wonderful work!
How long does it take to draw one picture out? What are your thoughts when you are building up the image? Could you please show some progress??? I know I ask a lot, but I am curious........................................... ......... = NERD
Keep it on!
December 11th, 2010 #46
December 11th, 2010 #47
Absolutly stunning i love the fact that youve done this in grey scale its perfect
December 31st, 2010 #48
st.s: wow thanks. i dont plan on stopping...until its over then i have no choice
digitalfly: you go it!
snatti: thanks, great to hear!
Geir: thanks! i just checked out Mjau Mjau and jeez i wish i was as good as Jason!
Thujon: I'm a little late for Christmas, so how about New Years presents? What my process? Hmm...for this I basically sketched the whole story out in tiny thumbnails to see if it worked. When I realized it didn't, I added a bunch of stuff and changed a few things. I draw it on bristol board with really loose pencils that probably only I could understand, then use a brush pen to do the final drawing. I scan it in and add the watercolors in photoshop using some watercolor textures. The time varies from panel to panel, but some of the more complicated ones probably take about 2 hours or so?
Jalc: thanks haha I'm glad you like the greyscale, but my reason for it was nothing more than being too lazy to deal with colors
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