Friday, October 31, 2008
Well it’s been about two weeks since I had posted anything here so I thought that I should keep you updated on the workings of the box here. Deadline for the finished interior artwork has been completed on time! That’s a huge relief for me now Pandora’s Garage Volume 5 moves into it’s next phase- editing. This may make time for it's release a little harder than I was expecting but I don’t have big office space and lots of employees to deal with. Overhead as they say.
But I had changed the “Scratch” comic and incorporated into the fifth issue until Dan has the remainder of El Samurai ready to print.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Today is one of those days when you feel that you are closing in on a deadline that you set up for yourself. This is so true that it hurts. And hurt so good it does.
With today I realized that most of the artwork that I have been doing is closing in on four pages of scratchboard work and, yeah!, the art will be done. I am looking at having the Fifth issue of Pandora's Garage done by Halloween. At least that is my goal.
So here is a taste of what I have done most recently.
Saturday, October 4, 2008
The nearly finished "classic" pose of good V.S. evil. Guess who comes out on top in this one? This is page 34 out of a 36 page black and white and will probably be Johnny Vega last black and white outside of a sketchbook. I am looking at the possibly of making this into a painting and it will digitally re-done for the color comic. The chronology of Johnny Vega - Man of the Future is looking pretty damn good.
As to the the black and white itself, Pandora’s Garage volume 5 will be the last one that I put together until my other partner Dan Barton comes through with his story.
HOWEVER there are still stories that only a black and white can do justice to- a horror title. This has been something that my friend and my editor have toying around with over the last couple days or so. Halloween is just around the corner but I don’t think that I would have anything ready for that just yet, maybe next year.
I think that could be real fun.