that's quite a sudden stylechange. I'm liking this style too, but wonder why and how it fits in
I'm having a bit of a conflict with my art style these days. Both in my drawing style and my writing style overall. I apologize for the confusion.
While in the process of thumb nailing sketches for chapter three I began to realize how much I missed the etched finish of penciling and hatching line work. Also I'm finding myself getting pulled away from the original storyline due to so much of the character development that goes into the character's Sister Sandy and Brother Bob. I'm not so sure that I want their presence to be so heavy. It's starting to get to wordy in the dialogue, which isn't how I initially wanted it to go... so I'm trying to rethink the direction I want to go in by drawing these current storyboards that I'm posting. My hope is that doing the storyboards without dialogue will help me gauge just how important the words in the comic are. I hope that makes sense. I'm constantly reworking this story as it goes and it's starting to get to me. But please bare with me. Sorry for the confusion guys. _________________
Posted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:25 pm Post subject: In the Middle...
I'm working on a promotional piece for the book. Getting prepared for any tabling events that I might do in the spring and summer. I hope I can get twelve strong illustrations done in the next three months. This means I have to fork out at least one piece a week that can really bring life to the characters and story development. *sigh
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