I decided to record the process for a 20 minute warmup today. I’m a little embarrassed to show it (I’m always paranoid I’m making dumb mistakes when I draw) but I thought some of y’all might think it was neat.
Hey guys, Sunmin here. I’ve gotten a couple requests on showing my process, and I thought it would be cool if I made some videos. If around 10 people are interested, I think i’ll go ahead and make one or more. It probably is going to start off with ink drawings and what my thinking is etc etc and then branch out to layouts and painting. What do you guys think? let me know in the comments below. Thanks!
By the way, if it happens, you’ll hear so much swearing. I’m sorry in advance…
Back on the ole blog I used to post process and stuff, so here goes. I don’t think any of this would count as spoiler material (maybe?), but be warned! These are some of the color studies I drafted up for Jim Campbell (Jim colored the comic) when we were working together on my story for SpongeBob Comics #46. None of these characters are named in the story outright, but I’d given them pet names for writing purposes. So there ya go. If you haven’t picked up this issue yet, look for the giant fish on the cover the next time you’re in a comics shop.
‘War in the Ice Trenches of Hoth! Walker Scouts in Action – As Visualized by Michael Golden!’, published as a PinUp on Page 27 of Marvel Comics’ Star Wars, Vol. 1 # 43, which was a reprint of Marvel Super Special, Vol. 1 # 16.
*the first colored version is a scan from the original issue (# 43), and the second version of the colors is from a trade paperback that was published a few years ago. I have not seen a better version of the black and white art, otherwise I would have posted it as well. the black and white art I posted is actually just a cropped and enlarged version of a print that somebody bought from Mike at a convention and posted to http://www.comicartfans.com.*
“The truth is, I’m not a particularly skilled captain. Navigation is foreign to me, I have no gift for politics. So what am I good at? This is going to sound absurd, but I make the men feel better about themselves. See, every man here has served under a captain who uses violence to achieve an end. To terrorize, to advertise. When the men see that, they can spot the lie. They know that their captain is, in some part of his soul, sickened by his own actions. And the lie infects everyone who sees it. But with me, when the men see me slaughter the crew of the Good Fortune, when they see me cut out a man’s tongue from his mouth for lying, when they see me burn a boy alive in front of his father’s eyes, they know, they can see it in my eyes…there’s no lie there. There’s no seed of remorse there. I simply don’t have it in me.”