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Category Archives: minicomics live 3
This is why you should accidentally lose track of your original pencils and and drop them on the floor upside down and roll over them a couple of dozen times with a rolling chair like an irresponsible idiot. Because when … Continue reading
The thing about inking, the way I do it at least, is that it takes a while to see results. I don’t ink one page and go on with the next. I work on several pages at once, doing one … Continue reading
First of all, sorry for the delay. I actually finished penciling this last panel very soon after the post about page 6 went up. This post has been delayed due to minor technical difficulties, so just pretend this is still … Continue reading
Yowza! It’s page 6. Doesn’t look very impressive, does it? Just a page of minicomics pencils, somewhat oddly designed with large figures in an open panel on the top, and smaller ones below. It’s certainly not the most elegant page … Continue reading
Back in the saddle– slept off the headache, got the scanner to reset itself, set page 6 (which is giving me fits) aside temporarily, went to the movies. (How did that last one get in there?) Anyway, here’s page 7, … Continue reading
Well, I tore this one up and rebuilt it a bunch of times, and I’m still not sure I didn’t do something really wrong in panel 3. It’s all a setup for panel 4, which is going to work beautifully … Continue reading
The centerpiece of Perpetual Motion is the conversation between Bud and the inventor on pages 4 and 5 and the first part of page 6. I decided this morning to lay it out all at once to make sure it … Continue reading
Now things are really starting to get moving. Some may be disappointed in the trophy, but don’t worry– I plan to add more stuff to it as the story moves along and I see how it fits into all the … Continue reading
Here’s page 2. Artistically, it’s really a matter of starting to establish the characters and their relationship to each other. There’s a big difference between drawing Bud and Josef, who are members of the core cast that I’ve drawn many … Continue reading