In this week’s Patreon post, having finished the pencils for my current Noisy Valley strip, I’m showing my process for putting a page together. Even though I work digitally, it’s no scanner required, as I’m learning! This one is for patrons only. Access it here.
Tag Archives: process
Roughs to pencils to inks to colour
Thinking about the ‘proper’ way to draw comics.
Tove Jansson, graphic medicine and some small progress
I have finished page 73 of Satin and Tat and have started drafting page 74; halle-flippin’-lujah. As per my recent posts: I’m drawing on a new platform and it’s been a slight learning curve to get to grips with the various menus and tools; plus despite my high hopes at being able to import themContinue reading “Tove Jansson, graphic medicine and some small progress”
Four comics things
Paula Rego exhibition, Graphic Medicine conference, Creating Women and a way of working.
Why I’m not out to play much this month: nine steps to make a comic strip
As you know, because I’m always moaning about it, cartoons are a really labour intensive form of artwork. Back when I first got into comics, I’d draw directly onto the page with pen. “The page” was often the back of an A4 letter, or a cheap pad. Sometimes I hadn’t even figured out theContinue reading “Why I’m not out to play much this month: nine steps to make a comic strip”