I’ve heard so much about the benefits of meditation over the years, but I’ve never given it an honest try until now. I’m grateful I did. I’m going to do my best to continue to do it.
I haven’t had too much to share lately because I’ve been studying drawing and comics. But this week I started working in earnest on my next project, Lunar Space Colony, and I’ll be sharing concept art and details soon.
My key takeaways from Scott McCloud’s landmark work
In the months since finishing reading Drawing Words & Writing Pictures, I’ve been making my way through Scott McCloud’s trilogy of books on comics. I started with Understanding Comics, which is the first and probably most popular in the trilogy.
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Sketches, doodles, and illustrations from the last three months
Every three months I’m going to put together a collection of my favorite drawings, doodles, and illustrations. Here’s what I’ve got for the first quarter of the year. (Wow, I can’t believe it’s already April!)
Portrait from magazine reference
Combat scene from Breath of the Wild
Adol from Ys VI (it’d be nice to color this one day)
Yusuke Urameshi from Yu Yu Hakusho
Batman & Joker (from when I was reading The Long Halloween)
Tachikoma from Ghost in the Shell
Everything I learned making my first comic
Two weeks ago I published my first multi-page comic, Terminal. It took me three months to make it, and I’m proud of what I’ve made. I’ve been reflecting upon the project since finishing it, so I thought I’d share my process and what I learned.
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An atmospheric sci-fi minicomic
I finished Terminal, the comic I’ve been working on the last three months. Read the entire comic below:
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I just finished inking Terminal tonight, and I’m so happy with how the process has gone. All that’s left is to scan the last three pages and then add screentone. Above is a panel from one of the pages I inked tonight.
I’m hoping to have the comic ready to share online within the next two weeks!
The best resource I’ve found for people wanting to make comics.
In January and February, I spent most of my free time going through the book Drawing Words & Writing Pictures to learn how to make comics. I stumbled across it at the bookstore while looking for books on illustration and comics. I decided to give it a try, and to my pleasant surprise, the book has been fantastic.
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