Been a busy few weeks with many projects on the go. After Supanova, I've reworked my comic book idea titled 'Screw'. I've changed his name, given him a new costume, and redrawn the whole comic after taking the advice of the guys from Black House Comics. Stay tuned for some images in the near future.
In the meantime, I've submitted my book proposal to a few more publishing houses, drawn more cartoons in addition to my comic idea, and coloured a few images. Below is some examples. I splashed a bit of colour onto the title page shown in the previous blog post, and I inked another title page with another comic character I'm working on - who made an appearance in my last coloured image making friends with a huge wild bear. I won't reveal his name yet until I've improved my pencilling skills.
I've enrolled in a pencilling correspondence course through the Joe Kubert School in America, one of the best in the world, which I'm very excited about. I should get the first assignment in a few weeks. If you're interested in comic art, go to the DC Comics website/blog. It's been totally re-worked and there's dozens of images of comic art at all stages of the process for you to study and wonder over. I hope that one day my skills are even half as good as their artists. Got to go, as always train your brain as well as your body.