I've been having a fantastic time working on my comic! I'm approaching every page with new ideas and materials, so the style is changing rapidly and I love it. I'm a little worried about how this is going to look when it's printed in a book, but as a webcomic it works great to experiment with each page. When I started, I was all about pencilling the pages on printer paper and doing all the coloring digitally, but now that I've been lightboxing on watercolor paper and using watercolors and gouache, it's only in a few instances I find myself going back.
I've been meaning to show some sketches and pencil-to-finished panel scans with the webcomic, so here's a few.
The film noir page is one of the few times that i drew the comic small and ended up scanning and blowing it up for the finished page. I love to be intuitive with this stuff and dive into the finished pages with a bit of fear that I'll mess it up.
The current storyline is wrapping up... then I'll be concentrating on producing it as a book in time for APE. Now that, my faithful artists, is going to be a show not to miss!