Pencils done for Tortall Comics Project entry? Yush!
Tomorrow, I’ll be uploading them properly to DA with the template guidelines, but until that happens, Tumblr gets iPad non-existent-definition pics.
Totally going to redo Fadal’s face on page 3. Truly, I cannot get her right! >.
Just finished laying out the panels for all 8 pages of my Tortall Comics Project entry!! Surprisingly, my thumbnails (posted on my DA) worked really nice on the official template. I was afraid all the dialogue would be overpowering, but there is enough space everything should work out nice. ;)
Entry 43, Teky and Fadal conversation, Hidden Girl, short story by Tamora Pierce
Some up-to-day sketches of the main character from my “Rings” universe and her brother.
That ends the NaNo sketches! Onto an older, but still very in-the-works book.
These two are so impossibly cute, I love drawing them interacting. ^_^
Some character-flushing-out of minor, but important, characters from my NaNo this last year.
He is probably the character who so visibly changed from conception. I just loved his eyes—that was the only thing I kept. I have collected some good dread-lock refs I hope to draw up on him some time.
His design is primarily inspired by Alexandra Levine (a guy) from the manga Alexandrite. Go read it! It is good.
From NaNo 2013
She kinda became a main character once I finished writing NaNo 2013…
I wanted her to have shirley-temple curls, but that became a fail immediately. So she just had Merida-crazy hair.
She started off as the basic cousin of a main character, then replaced that character as a main character. xD Whoops!
I don’t think you understand how much love I have for this character. Her design has inspired me so much.
She started off with Hawaiian influence. Very Nani-esk in the first sketches.
The first picture is the pre-sketches I did from a picture I found on tumblr here.
Other character from NaNo 2013.
Here is a character who I have a good idea of what looks like in my head, but am having difficulty putting on the page. He has a strictly gray dress code and always wears a hat (preferably a top hat).