#1 Page 2
spunkbrat on March 8, 2009
I keep changing stuff.
Whether art page, angles, even text I've written before. Ok, I changed some text from page 1, I thought it worked better, curt but to the point.
This page went through numerous changes as well, but finally settled on this. I'm still experimenting constantly with colouring techniques, and different lighting which I enjoy doing. Designing landscaping is appealing more to me each day… look out for more!
Just_Jake at 6:53PM, May 2, 2010
Just read through the entirety so far and am already hooked. Just started my Action Sloth comic and I can only hope to achieve some of the things you've gotten here. Love the colors, writing and amazing art.
DAJB at 7:27AM, March 15, 2009
Yet another breathtakingly beautiful page! I know what you mean about constantly wanting to revise, though. I'm the same with my writing. Fortunately there's a point at which I [i]have[/i] to hand my script to an artist, so that acts as some kind of discipline. Until the artwork comes back to me for lettering. Then I can't resist having a final, final tinker with it!
spunkbrat at 8:41AM, March 12, 2009
Indeed this has become too precious to me and I figure it'll take me ages to complete this if I don't distance myself at some point. Had at some point considered reworking #0 while I was away, but decided to let it go. As someone said it'll serve as a chart of artistic progression. Thanks for the nice comments and new faves...hmmm wondering what Flyhue wants to know..??
Fly Hue at 4:47PM, March 9, 2009
DDD: I want to KNOW~!
Emily Elizabeth at 11:16AM, March 9, 2009
Just read through the archives, and your art is beautiful, the story unique and engaging. The whole comic is really well made and I can tell a lot of passion and time has gone into it. I hope you continue, and get featured! *faved
Otherjay at 11:11AM, March 9, 2009
I just caught up after seeing your comic on the front page. Love the work. Interesting story. Noticed you were gone for a while. Glad to see you're back. My sculpting professor once warned me of preciousness. Sounded funny at the time but it makes sence. Never consider any of your own work as precious. You'll rework it to death and never finish. It's the one thing that plagues all artists. You're an awesome artist. The volume of comments proves that. Keep up the great work and don't paint yourself into a corner (as beautifully painted as I'm sure it would be). Fav'd.