Drawn with a brush pen, scanned, and given a quick colour in Photoshop.
I’ve included multiple versions of images (again), trying things out with muted and saturated colour, as well as simply having the register out. It’s easy to fall into the trap of producing a series of similar pieces based of the same image simply because you can’t decide which you like best. Hopefully each one is varied enough to warrant display, but if I had to choose, I’d say the oversaturated version of the knife girl (second image) works best.
More of the sketchbook comic I’ve slowly working on.
The working method comes from Seth, specifically Wimbledon Green, a really great comic drawn in strip format that he would just work on in his spare time. For my own attempt, I aim to do about 4 pages every time I sit down and start (sometimes more, sometimes less), with each batch involving events which are contained within those pages, with maybe a hook or segway at the end.
I’m drawing this on some leftover card from officeworks, the same stuff, actually, that I drew a 24 comic on. This is basically because it was in front of me when I decided I wanted to do this.
A couple of album art experiments, just playing around with colour, linework and photoshop. Also drawn with a new Daiso Pen. Click to enlarge the bottom image.
The first four pages of small comic I’ve been working on. I started it mainly to test out a new pen I bought from the Daiso on Swanston St, but then got really into it for a little while.
In terms of process, I’m trying to do thumbnails (including dialogue) on the train and then do a final version when I have time later. I’m just going to make the story up as I go. I’ve done 12 pages/images so far, and will hopefully continue.