Brush•work study

Here is a brush•work study while starting the production of episode 34. Episode 34 will have the largest page count of the series with 11 pages! The story happens in the land of Ah and totally justify this unusual length. So, to make this production less painful, I'm studying how I could speed-up renderings and make my brush•work more visible is a good solution. I'll share soon a production report about ep34 with more details.

About the printed books, I had multiple rejections and corrections pass to do over the last weeks but I'll include that in a future update dedicated to the book project. I'm planning to write it after I get the books in hand. I feel I'll have a better mood to explain all the issue. I'm waiting now to receive the 8 printed proof ( three comic books + artbook in softcover and hardcover version) but the production of the printer is slower due to the pandemic, so I'm just waiting a bit more: a good reason to do progress on future ep34 during this time. :-)




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link Bohdan Tereta   - Reply

Nicely done, David! Right amount of details, nice colours and composition! It's like I can feel the wind blowing there and a lot of other surrounding things when looking at the picture.

link Châu   - Reply

Beautiful style. Make it little more fuzzy, I think you can use this style for scene in fog (early morning, high mountain, fly in cloud). Like Carrot look at Pepper, very cute.

link Typos Hunter   - Reply

Please check on page 6.
I found a typo, "Mai 2014."

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

Ha thanks! I checked in the very latest version this typo was fixed.
(pfewww! that's cool)
I'm still waiting for the proof about the book printed. For a reason, it takes way longer this time than for the mini-books and first two big book but that's normal: on the website of my printer there is warning about a slowdown of productivity due to COVID19. I'm crossing finger to receive the proof and get them perfect to have greenlight to start selling them! :)
Thanks again for the report.

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