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If This Had Truly Been The God’s Plan

If This Had Truly Been The God’s Plan

The Infotasm.

The Infotasm.

Yet Still It Stands.If the world is blasting flames at you, just transform your armor as needed.

Yet Still It Stands.
If the world is blasting flames at you, just transform your armor as needed.

panel from “Future-Spy” issue #1
…which I’m getting close to completing. I really enjoy making these detailed backgrounds… a luxury often overlooked in the fast-paced world of animation.Stay tuned for purchasing info (coming soon!) 

panel from “Future-Spy” issue #1

…which I’m getting close to completing. I really enjoy making these detailed backgrounds… a luxury often overlooked in the fast-paced world of animation.
Stay tuned for purchasing info (coming soon!) 

"Future-Spy" is Going to Melt Your FaceKind of like this guy on page 3.My new comic book. Almost done inking it y’all. Stay Tuned for purchasing info.

"Future-Spy" is Going to Melt Your Face
Kind of like this guy on page 3.
My new comic book. Almost done inking it y’all.
Stay Tuned for purchasing info.

For some reason this panel from my upcoming comic book "Future Spy" is looking like an 80’s hardcore punk flyer. And I dig that.

For some reason this panel from my upcoming comic book "Future Spy" is looking like an 80’s hardcore punk flyer. And I dig that.

Future-Spy phase 4: Dialogue LetteringIn making my new comic-book "Future-Spy", this was definitely the step I was dreading the most. It’s turned out to be just as challenging, but alot more fun than I predicted. It’s nice to get that dialogue written out and know that your script process is done. I’ll probably go back and re-letter some words, but as my friend and comic book mentor Benjamin Marra told me, “Don’t worry about making it look perfect, no one will notice if a letter looks weird once it’s shrunk down”
**oh and yes, this comic book will be ‘suggested for mature readers’. Sorry kids, the future is for adults.

Future-Spy phase 4: Dialogue Lettering

In making my new comic-book "Future-Spy", this was definitely the step I was dreading the most. It’s turned out to be just as challenging, but alot more fun than I predicted. It’s nice to get that dialogue written out and know that your script process is done. I’ll probably go back and re-letter some words, but as my friend and comic book mentor Benjamin Marra told me, “Don’t worry about making it look perfect, no one will notice if a letter looks weird once it’s shrunk down”

**oh and yes, this comic book will be ‘suggested for mature readers’. Sorry kids, the future is for adults.

Future Spy - phase 3: pencilsPencilling in the pages of my new comic book “FutureSpy” these days. Unlike in animation, you can make each comic book panel as detailed as you want without worrying about how it will look in motion. Every panel is an illustration unto itself. The next phase is one I’ve been dreading: lettering :{

Future Spy - phase 3: pencils

Pencilling in the pages of my new comic book “FutureSpy” these days. Unlike in animation, you can make each comic book panel as detailed as you want without worrying about how it will look in motion. Every panel is an illustration unto itself.

The next phase is one I’ve been dreading: lettering :{

FutureSpy - phase 2
The next step in the production of my new comic book “FutureSpy” was sketching up rough versions of the issue. I first did it in a pocket sketchbook that I carried around with me over a period of weeks. I had already vaguely planned out the events of each page, but now I had to figure out what happens in each panel. When I finished it… I did it again (with revisions). Next phase: pencilling the final pages!

FutureSpy - phase 2

The next step in the production of my new comic book “FutureSpy” was sketching up rough versions of the issue. I first did it in a pocket sketchbook that I carried around with me over a period of weeks. I had already vaguely planned out the events of each page, but now I had to figure out what happens in each panel. When I finished it… I did it again (with revisions). Next phase: pencilling the final pages!

FutureSpystep one    I’m working on a 24-page comic book and I’ve never really done one before so I thought it would be cool to share my process as I wrestle my way to publishing time.
    The first step, after stirring ideas in my head for months, was figuring out what happens on each of the pages. I did this by writing scenes on masking tape so I could shift them around on my kitchen table (yes, i need a new one), figuring out the order and pacing.    More to come…. 

FutureSpy
step one
    I’m working on a 24-page comic book and I’ve never really done one before so I thought it would be cool to share my process as I wrestle my way to publishing time.

    The first step, after stirring ideas in my head for months, was figuring out what happens on each of the pages. I did this by writing scenes on masking tape so I could shift them around on my kitchen table (yes, i need a new one), figuring out the order and pacing.
    More to come….