I'll be posting more process videos soon. If there is something you'd be interested in seeing such as the inking or coloring stages let me know.
We left off in part 1 with the final digital pencils.
From this I print out bluelines directly onto 2 sheets of 11"x17" bristol board, taped them together and start inking.
I'll be sure to post some more process stuff in the future. If you have any questions leave a comment or contact me. Hope you enjoyed seeing this spread come to life.
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Issue #1 of Wretched Things is fully colored and the lettering is getting the final tweaks and polish.
I learned a lot about my production process during this issue. While I was happy with the results I was certainly producing slower than I had hoped. Some of that was due to scheduling and an injury at work but a big part of it was how I was working. I talked to a bunch of other artists and I think I've refined the process down where I can produce the quality I want in a more timely fashion. That and becoming more familiar with the tools I'm using and the characters Devon has populated this story with.
I've also made it a point to take weekends off, at least from drawing comics. Apart from family time it will be spent on sculpting and painting. Stepping away from comics for a day or two is definitely needed for both physical and mental health.
Now back to more mouse and spider action...