Cap: *Chokes an innie colonel, who was kicking and scream* GIve up you scrumfy bastards and maybe we won't have to kick your asses and deal with you being a bunch of cunts. *another Captain comes up, which Cap stabs in the face* THAT'S FOR EMILE BITCH!
That's exactly the last thing we need, a bunch of shit-stupid rebels that are so crazed and fucked up that they disregard the billions upon billions of deaths and still say "LOL IMPERIAL EARTH". You'd think they would see reason, but noooo...
im sooo glad bungie isnt like other game producers.
someone made a full length zelda movie that a couple of great minded zelda fans and movie directors worked their time and money on. then nintendo told them to shut it down afterwards. just think of all the time wasted just by making something great as a tribute to the company then the company just steps on it and moves along.
bunige will never do that, in fact, bungie will cherish their fans and they will always enjoy what the fans make for them. i love bungie and i love your art. btw how long does one page take?
Each page takes quite a bit of time to count thumbnailing, finding and/or photographing my references and screenshots, to the actual finished page, as well as the speech bubbles and text. If I have nothing else to do, I can get like 4 or 5 pages done a week. But sadly, I can't spend all my time on these, have to pay the bills and afford cereal.
I have never taken a digital art class, actually. I took a lot of traditional art classes in my last year and half of college though, and I learned a lot especially from a couple of anatomical drawing and illustration classes there. So building your drawing and painting skills is what I recommend to anyone, and just slowly tinker with Gimp or Photoshop in the background. The traditional hand/pencil skills have to come first, in my opinion. I also recommend getting a graphic tablet you can more easily transfer your traditional skills to the digital medium.
I've looked at a couple of Photoshop tutorials, but mostly I learned about the program by just experimenting, taking risks and hitting as many random buttons as possible!
AAAhhhh!! 8D So exciting! and well done too! This is one comic worth spreading the word about. The pacing is smooth, the script is believable and the story is fast and interesting. Course the art by itself is quite some eye candy. Fantastic job.