nice stuff. love the blue line pencil work. the alien in the 4th panel lower right corner looks cool.jason
Hey Jason -Thanks, man!
NICE BLUELINES JUSTIN! I DIG THE POSE OF THE BIG HEAD ALIEN ON THE RIGHT OF THE PAGE..VERY COOL. BTW, I'M NOT YELLING..JUST TOO LAZY TO DO LOWER CASE..LOL!
that's what i'm talking about!i like the way the robot in profile manages to have a sense of nobility about him even though he's made of cold hard souless steel...it's like he's staring at a washing machine and getting turned on....welcome back Justin!
These are cool, Justino. As always, your creatures and robots look very organic. Love the profile robot/creature head.
There ya go, laddy..now keep it up and you'll have a complete comic before the next St. Paddy's Day.
I concur with Danny-boy's wisdom...With all the time you have for sketching and finishing sketches with ink, why don't you whip out a quick set of thumbnails for a short story... pencil 'em in your free time... and finish inking them for a nice little vignette story? Couldn't hurt hurt, could it?Just a little bit every week or so... even a small scaled set of short scenes with a common theme and characters might be enough to kick-start your narrative juices...Hell... even a few successive pages of robots or aliens (or robots AND aliens) fighting over a discarded alien porno mag might be fun to see!Less think... more draw!By the way... nice line work.
Thanks for the comments, guys...Greg, I'm gonna try and do some continutity this year...something that actually means something, and not just a bunch of panels stuck next to each other...wish me luck!
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