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Friday, February 24, 2006

Cover revision

So, we started with the wrinkled one (which still held the original title design), tightened stuff up a bit and came out with a new version of it. I like it a little better.

Monday, February 20, 2006

a rough, and then messing around

A rough done for a character, when I should have been working my "real job".

Then I messed around with it in photoshop. Never amazes me what things occur in that program by small steps or changes

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Nothing really, just random sketches

I start of with really good ideas for poses... and then stuff just kind of fades out of my head, and I leave it for weeks at a time, sometimes never coming back to it.

More and more though, I'm liking the effect of telling the story with dialogue as a background, and an image in the forefront. That just lends itself to my inability to draw a convincing background.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Cover idea

Somewhere this sketch for a cover idea became exposed to some high humidity, so when I got around to scanning it in, the paper was all wrinkled, and it resulted in a bad scan.

Regardless, I like this concept cover. I like the ideas of comic book covers following the same line of thought as movie posters. With that in mind, I've always been a big fan of Drew Struzan, so I and think of his collage sense when building a cover for a book.

This is another one I'm in the process of redrawing. I like the position and pose of each of the characters, especially Lance on the left, with the sunglasses, but this was drawn a long time ago, and my style has evolved a bit since then. At least, I hope it has. Also, I think the images themselves need to be closer together, and I've been told the lips and eyelids for Ralph (the girl) are off, so there's something to be done with that.

It's a pretty big scan, so if you click on the thumbnail or link, you'll see what I meant about the paper.