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Notos 10th May 2015, 1:38 PM edit delete
We're beginning the spring hiatus, as I rebuild my buffer for chapter 7. Expect it to last at least a month and a half. I'll post a more concrete schedule in a couple weeks. Thanks for the patience!
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dpallee 10th May 2015, 2:27 PM edit delete reply
Love seeing these WIPs. Fantastic work.
Notos 10th May 2015, 9:00 PM edit delete reply
Liska 10th May 2015, 2:56 PM edit delete reply
As an architectural freak, I love the cityscape at the end! very cool
Notos 10th May 2015, 9:00 PM edit delete reply
I have a lot of fun doing the city, I missed it a lot while doing the portions out in the wastelands.
Draginbeard 10th May 2015, 3:10 PM edit delete reply
Last panel is very cool, but the shower limit warning still cracks me up!
Notos 10th May 2015, 9:23 PM edit delete reply
In this future even your shower is a killjoy.
Midnight Jake 10th May 2015, 3:50 PM edit delete reply
The break will only last a month and a half? Wow, it didn't seem that long last year. Do you attribute that to your skills growing as an artist?
Notos 10th May 2015, 9:01 PM edit delete reply
That's just an estimate, it might end up being a bit longer (wont be more than 2 months) but right now that's what I'm aiming for, pages are coming faster than they used to.
Twistedfro 10th May 2015, 8:34 PM edit delete reply
Looking forward to more :-) I love seeing the 'bones' before the final image. cool stuff
Notos 10th May 2015, 9:03 PM edit delete reply
Thanks! I used to hate showing anything unfinished, but don't find it so bad with the 'finished product' to compare it to.
Alex 10th May 2015, 9:46 PM edit delete reply
Ooh, chapter 7 is looking good! I love seeing the rough work as well n.n
chris-tar 10th May 2015, 10:28 PM edit delete reply
There's something I like better about the roughs than the finished images.
Also, in that last perspective shot, how do you know just where to place things like the railings on the stairs and there exact angle?
I can see that the overall scene is done in one point perspective, but parts like the railing confuse me.
Great update!
Notos 11th May 2015, 2:11 AM edit delete reply
The railings follow the same rules as any other part of the layout, for things like props and railings I usually draw the verticals first (in this case, the part of the railing that runs into the ground) to determine placement, then fill in the rest using one point perspective. Hope that explains it, kinda hard to explain process over text.
chris-tar 11th May 2015, 3:31 PM edit delete reply
Oh I get it. You just draw a connecting line at the portions of the fence that are vertical and the horizontal angle that they form happens naturally.
Kiri 11th May 2015, 8:23 AM edit delete reply
I love seeing the WIP. I love the line drawings of it, and how beautiful the lines are. (I can't draw for nuts). They are so eloquent. Once you add the colour and shading it adds more depth, but it's certainly talking to me from the rough. :)
dougwarner59 14th May 2015, 11:39 PM edit delete reply
always great to see the process of the great one at work.
justkeepondriving 17th May 2015, 7:06 PM edit delete reply
Ooh I really like that sneak peak line drawing from Ch7 at the end there. Really futuristic architectural scene, love it!
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