Sunday, March 17, 2013

Somehow, I Don't Think Coco Agrees...

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Not gonna lie: I drew this simply because I missed seeing my Echo Effect characters in color!

For those of you who like a behind-the-scenes look of my art process, this is what this picture looked like in the penciling stage:

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(Oh, Coco, learn how to deal. You're going to be stuck in a webcomic with Nicholas for years...)

12 comments:

  1. We don't all share the same idea of what'll be fun, do we?

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    1. Haha, definitely not! I have a feeling Coco would still make this face even if she did agree with Nicholas, though, since she's so resistant to hanging out with him. :P

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  2. When I grow up, I want to be an artist. Can you sell me some talent? ;-)

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    1. LOL, if talent was sellable, you'd probably want to buy it off someone who had a better stash of it. XD

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  3. I like them both. The pencil drawing allows us to see more detail and movement as you thought about hand placement and such, but the colored one is so rich.

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    1. Thanks! It can be sad to ink my art sometimes, since I tend to love the rough sketch look, but then it's always fun to see what my art looks like all colorful, so I deal. :P

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  4. That's cool! So you actually make those little circle stick figures before you draw the real thing? I've seen that in art books, but I've never tried doing it (which is why I'm not an artist!).

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    1. Yep! I usually do this for the head, joints, etc., to help me figure out poses and such. They're much easier to erase if I see I need to change something!

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  5. Very cool to see it before and after. I definitely don't think Coco agrees!

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    1. Thanks! I'm not surprised that Coco disagrees, since Nicholas could easily be talking about something like homework. XD

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  6. That's awesome to see the before and after! Poor Coco!

    By the way, I'm loving your webcomic. It's so much fun. :)

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    1. Thank you! Glad to hear you've been enjoying it so far. I still have plenty of strips to post, so the fun won't end anytime soon. ;)

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