Messing around with Japanese nibs. They are miles ahead of Speedball brand. Miles I tell you!
Seriously. That shit is impressive.
Double checking all of my stuff before I head to the copy shop.
I am having one of those moments where your look over everything you’ve drawn in the last 8 months and then you just start re-hearing all of the podcasts and albums and radio stations that where playing when you drew those pages.
I would be ready to go if InDesign wasn’t doing shit that makes no sense. Since the same method of assembling covers works fine on my partner in comic’s computer;But it keeps registering these two pages as two separate spreads in spite of everything.
Also this font keep glitching? Can a font even glitch? I mean it’s linked to this file fine. But it disappears when it’s saved as a PDF.
It could be worse, but also it could be better?
At least it was caught early.
EDIT: Ah!!! Finally. Crisis averted. Software, I hate you and your sneaky sneak solutions.
EDIT: I hate this program so much. So much troubleshooting and no great solutions.
EDIT: Cover assembled in Illustrator, let’s try this again.
This is old, like from January old.
But today is the day I print the zine it is collected in and proceed to staple forever.
It’s going to be great.
I have been working non-stop on zines and the new installment after TW 02 Pt. 1 is up in addition to the freelance I do. This is why you’ve been getting a dearth of lame preview images. I guess this one is a preview image too since it’s a teaser from the book ^^;.
I have some guest art up on Gallant Adventures this Friday.
Here’s a preview.
I should have another guest art up on Gallant Adventures this Friday.
Click image to view TW on it’s new home.
Solved the writing issues by breaking up the current storyline into smaller chunks.
So this is now Turnip Warrior:Cave of Internal Detours Part 1.
This should finished up in about two weeks.
Then I’m going to upload an unrelated comics while I smooth out Part 2.
You know the deal by this point. Right?