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Comic 842 - Blue Cold

12th Sep 2019, 11:00 PM in 23. Blue Cold
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12th Sep 2019, 11:00 PM
Martin F.
Trying out having smaller pages this chapter - probably won't be easy to judge from the cover but we're curious on thoughts on it come the first page or two. If the change goes over well it'll extend to Blues, if not we can easily go back and resize them to be bigger.

Really happy with this cover, might be the best we've done. Think does a lot to set a mood and to put over the title of the chapter, plus it pretty clearly communicates what kinds of visuals are coming up ahead - is a reason we ended the last chapter emphasizing the cold and all.

We've both actually been super happy with how this chapter's coming out thus far. A few pages have been drawn and a good few more scripts are waiting in the wings - actually probably try and write more of those this evening, been really enjoying working on it. Though funny enough several pages in there'll probably be a fairly notable shift to the artwork - we've been experimenting with some things we're looking to integrate soon, but had a few pages ready before we really got to that point.

Either way, can cross that bridge when we come to it. For now, I hope everyone enjoys the ride - chapter gets going on Monday.
13th Sep 2019, 12:04 AM
Adam C.
Heheh... Yeah, this cover came out amazing. ^^ Like Martin said, it's up there for our best one, for the artwork alone. Martin's job on the frost and the snow and the flurries all have this amazing Bob-Ross feel to them that just flows and blossoms beautifully.

I originally drew Alex, Grant, Ivy and Darryl (in case you can't tell who the guy between Ivy and Alex is) really, really close to the camera, and Martin did multiple variations where they were further and further away. This one was as far away as they could get while still being recognizable, and it was easily our favorite among the lot. Just vanishing into the icy winds.


Of course, I also had to do THIS.


13th Sep 2019, 12:11 AM
Very interesting, looking forward to the next page.