With the mainstream project nearly done, I have gained some experience making standard comicbook panels (using the golden ratio); and combining portrait quality faces, with idealized comicbook style figures; as well as a variety of figure poses for costume/character concept art; that I can apply to the Pre-Code Horror comicbook project.
The last stage of the mainstream project, will warm me up using Clip studio to layer ‘grey tones’ ( same process as coloring with layers). Then I will start coloring work I have inked. It’s a very systematic procedure. The layouts, pencilled sequences, composition book layouts/concept art, and written descriptions I have posted give an idea what the comicbook will look like.
The reference studies are examples of forms I can integrate into compositions, layed out in the composition sequences, and cover ideas; using original costumes, logos and stories.
When I ink logos, and titles, and a couple cover sequences – based on the lore/script I developed, it will provide for much more variety. With a single scripted issue, I can make 20 cover variations.
I look forward to sharing it – as always I appreciate your interest, and kind patronage. Thanks for supporting the Luridmax Pre-Code Renaissance!