Description below... hopefully I pushed it far enough down that it won't be spoiled. ;)
I'm going to start doing small unboxing of the various packages that arrive. Most of them will be comic or toy related. Maybe you'll like them. Maybe you wont. It's cool.
This video is very brief and doesn't dive too far into the contents of the box. Consider it a test of things to come.
Quick video inspecting the packaging on Black Hops Hair Trigger by Tim Lim, Mark Pellegrini, Matthew Weldon and Bill Williams
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Hey thanks for checking out my time-lapse! This is another promo card piece I did while I was building up a cache of sketch cards to give away a while back. Now I'm over here on BitChute trying to build a new channel and following and would love your feedback.
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Critical Snail is a character that was designed as a mascot for a project I was working on and it wound up becoming something much bigger. Now I'm currently in the process of creating the actual story and art to create a full comic adventure for the character.
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CoverCrashers is a parody/homage project in the vein of Wacky Packages that lambasts some of the biggest and most unique crowdfunding projects to hit the indie comics scene in the past year.
PixelTraitor is re-creating logos and attempting to match the styles/feel of many of the artists. Some might not work as well as others but every card packs a laugh (and a punch)!
See you on Indiegogo Aug 2!
Today my sights were set on The BERSERKonaut by Jeff Lafferty.
The BERSERKonaut is an independent comic that launched and successfully funded its first issue in 2018.
I loved his book and art style and decided I wanted to try to replicate his work digitally. I think I did ok. There's room to improve with plenty more practice. The best part about this piece was that I had never attempted something in this style. In fact, I had never painted in ProCreate at all! So here's to learning new things and getting better!
COVER CRASHERS is an upcoming crowdfunding campaign to produce a set of cards that will include parody homages to many of the biggest and brightest indie comics campaigns of recent history.
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Oooooooooh snap! It arrived! I've been waiting anxiously for this thing to get here and I am SERIOUSLY impressed by the quality.
Thanks so much, Doug, for putting together an amazing product. It shows you really care about the fans and I'm thrilled to add this to my collection.
Recently I did a Captain America sketch card as my own "play at home" version of "Drawn & Quartered", a show done over at Mike S. Miller's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM9F1mYy9V_u_jkU7gOdVxg
This is a time lapse of the work. Enjoy!
Tools used in this video:
Staedtler lead holder
Uni Kuru Toga 0.5 Mechanical Pencil
Copic Multiliners (0.5, 0.3, 0.2, 0.03)
Kuretake #6 brush pen with Carbon ink
Copic Markers (plus a few generic knockoffs)
Artists Loft Markers (great alternative to Copic)
Cards courtesy of Ebay.