So sadly I only managed to color one of the pages we got so far. When I am done with the last shot I will rush through the task pages and throw some simple base colors on them to catch the deadline. And work it out later, this sunday or monday, when I got some free time.
So yeah, this is how the comic will look like. Very vibrant and cell-shading. I am not good in drawing/coloring backgrounds but I will try to make the best out of it. I especially focus on the lighting since it’s very important to create the fitting atmosphere. And I hope it worked out so far.
Also I did the type because I thought having some bold parts would give the text more expression, too. I didn’t get to talk with sundance about the type yet but I hope, if you read this, will be fond of that lil’ idea too ; u ; haha
Well yeah, hope you guys like my job, too. It’s a lot of fun to color sundance lines!
And this is why i don’t do digital art.it will turn out even trashier.
Anyways here’s some sorta poth,does Goth hugging a palette doll count?? (Also random fireflies lol)
Goth : @nekophy
Pallete : @angexci
NAME: Gabriel Rory BIRTHDATE & LOCATION: July 26th, in a rural farmtown of Washington State. NICKNAME(S): Too many to count. Gabe, Orion, firefly, Ireland, That Guy, blueberry, snowflake (my friend saw me changing into a shirt, saw how pale I was, and is never letting me live it down), Rumplestiltskin, Teodoro (Prison Break reference), M&Ms, Lep (short for leprechaun).. GENDER: Male. SEXUAL ORIENTATION: Panromantic asexual. FAVORITE MOVIE: You’ll be here forever. I should create a list somewhere online of every film and television programme I consider a favourite. LAST BOOK YOU READ: I haven’t had enough energy to read lately. The last book I finished was months ago. I think it was S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders, or Kirsten Cronn-Mills’ Beautiful Music For Ugly Children. If you haven’t read that last one by the way, I highly suggest it. It’s a first-person POV story from the eyes of a trans man and his struggles to live as who he is, and pursue his dream of music.
grilled pineapple. sitting on the front steps with a cool drink. drawing with sidewalk chalk. grass stains. cherry pits. brand new swing sets. pungent bug spray. wood smoke and counting fireflies. car ride, windows rolled down, hair blowing. cosmos and marigolds. well worn gardening gloves. holding her hand.