Sunday, November 29, 2009

New Project


Page six from the new project I'm working on. I'm trying out a more involved method of coloring. The comic is a science fiction/adventure story and I wanted the coloring to be more representative than what I usually do. I'm still not totally sure about it (although I feel pretty good). Thoughts?

12 comments:

Sam said...

im digging the subdued palette, it really punches this up to the next level. my only critique is the middle panel- is there a way to punch up those blues a bit, so the figures stand out more?
in the end though, it hardly matters, great stuff, man!

james corcoran said...

Great colours, really love the backgrounds

Peter Richardson said...

Yes, I'm with the other guys, I really love the way your using the colours and the attitudes of the figures are really convincing too, especially the totally pre-occupied guy with the scanner. Great storytelling - I'm hooked already!

C'mon hurry up and get it finished so that I can read the whole story and have it nestling up to my prized copy of UTU.

andyman said...

love it! nuff said!

Tyler Lutz said...

oh nice! can't wait to read it!

Chuck said...

You really make me want to draw more.

Matthew Sheean said...

um, it's awesome

N_Straight said...

Thanks for the comics. I liked The Scout, the pacing of the story reaches that perfect pitch of unease... well done.
Utu was very expansive. To be honest, I'm greedy... I could have looked at twenty pages of him just wandering around the landscape.

Cheers.

jazzlamb said...

I quite like the color palette. Muted colors are generally your thing.In fact thats the first thing I noticed and went 'ooh' about.

Josh (musarter) said...

Your style is awesome. You have some great work. I am glad I stopped by.

Grimalkin Press said...

You got reviewed on the Daily Crosshatch!!! congrats!!!!

Catalina said...

I like what I see! and I enjoyed UTU as well, the landscapes where amazing! Keep this up!