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Sitting here making endless little (I thought) fiddling (definitely) corrections to the almost finished pages of Garage Sale, and the time came to erase out page 4. Just to refresh your memory:this is the page we’re talking about. Looks fine, … Continue reading
The spotted moose walks!And he walks right on out of this comic. I want to thank everyone who advised me to flip the art for this page. It looks much better this way. I’m not 100% happy with the moose … Continue reading
A mime page that is full of details and way more then the one panel of backgrounds that C.C. Beck tells us are strictly necessary. The major problem, and it isn’t a big one, is the relationship between the top … Continue reading
The missing page appears, and it inked up pretty well. I decided against any shading on the body of the car, but put a little linework in the windows for definition. I kind of like the suggestions of dents and … Continue reading
This is one of the pages I was dreading drawing. The layout was really hard to do , and I wasn’t sure until I had it mostly penciled that I was sure it was going to work. But now I … Continue reading
Page 7 has a lot of good in it (lettering and wolves), one horrible mistake (Iowa’s mouth in the last panel), and a general greyness of composition that is just crying for a spotted black. There are only two obvious … Continue reading
There, that’s better. Suki and the moose are no longer floating in air, but standing in a weedy late summer yard suggested by a few lines drawing with two different pens, and I added a panel border. This means, of … Continue reading
I’ve actually declared this page “done” several times– even scanned it once yesterday intending to post it– but decided to add a background to the top panel. That helped a lot, but the page still looks unfinished. The problem is … Continue reading
I’ve been inking all day! I’ve been working very hard! But I haven’t been able to post anything! Because of thunderstorms! But now the current line of storms are passing over and you are going to get a lot of … Continue reading