So I drew over half of a flip-comic late this summer and it was given away recently at the New York Comic Con. It was a media promotion book in advance of a new web series -- you can see and read the whole thing here:
Typical of promotional comics there were a number of weird hurdles and stops and starts to deal with, but I'm generally pretty happy with the result even though much ended up being rushed and the basic fact that I'm usually only close to ever being satisfied when I'm doing everything.
I drew and colored the cover, designing the images to bleed into each other a bit but still maintain a certain strength and covers on their own.
The roughs were drawn in Photoshop -- something I'm doing more of lately.
I decided to try penciling the covers in Pshop as well. I printed the drawing onto 2-ply bristol after converting the image into a 25% cyan -- essentially non-photo blue.
The work was scanned and colored in photoshop. I think i used more colour holds than I ever have before. I liked what I was able to play with here and plan to experiment further.
Here's the cover flipped so you can see it both ways.
I'll probably post more from the interiors over the next little while -- hope you guys find this interesting.