“Just like Adam & Burt, right?”
India ink, color ink & nail polish on cardboard
“I need a name. At the very least”
Ink wash on cardboard
“Good golly and stuff”
Paint markers on golden cardboard
“If only I could get them to work together”
Markers on cardboard 8×10
In my mind they looked a lot cooler. There’s Talbot-7 in the back, and from left to right: Dr. Bones, Snake, Lady Bolt and Crimson Cardinal.
“I’ll let you win next time”
Another test with Art Rage. The comic was inked and the panels were done before using Art Rage. I wanted to see if it could be used as a coloring tool. It can be done, but it’s not optimal. Still, it’s faster than using the mouse.
“I hate when that happens”
A test done with Art Rage to see how a comic could be made. Only the rough pencils weren’t done digitally. The result is interesting, but the steps to get there aren’t optimal yet. So, I guess there’ll be more.
Some ideas for my classroom posters.
Here are different sketches of the Flying Ace. We could say they are development stages.
The first crack at the Flying Ace
I thought maybe some kind of logo, but it didn’t go anywhere so I dropped the idea.
The biker look.
The fin on the helmet was meant to go more in a Rocketeer kind of look, but I couldn’t make it work.
Trying to get a look for the helmet.
The final look. In action!