New UNCLE CYRUS @MartianLit: What To Never Say To An Editor + New Suzy Sketch New UNCLE CYRUS today at Martian Lit to school you young punks in the proper protocol with editors. Click image for whole page.
The whole story, along with LULU, SUZY SPREADWELL, and excellent work by seven other creators, in color and black & white, now available at Amazon in print & kindle, and in digital also at Google Play Books. Also, a surprise after the break below...
...And down here are what I was doing last night: Two stages of a new SUZY SPREADWELL drawing, as I prepare to draw the next chapter. Both in Manga Studio. I inked all of the new UNCLE CYRUS in it, and now I'm playing with penciling in it as well. Normally I do analog pencils, on a drawing board, and then scan them and ink digitally. I used to use Photoshop for that, but Manga Studio
turns out to be a lot more natural in its inks and I highly recommend it as far as that goes. Unsure what I think of the pencils so far; there's always that artificial feeling of drawing on smooth
plastic that seems more appropriate to inking than pencils. I like the
bite of the paper and the indefinable gradations of the pencil. On the
other hand, my eyes are terrible now and this was easier to see.
"Eternity in the company of Beelzebub, and all of his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me & this pencil." --E. Blackadder, 1789 Questionable
words & pictures from John Linton Roberson