Hello all. Today i officially start on the Frankenstein graphic novel. It's a very different job than i'm used to working on. Normally, on any other job, i do extremely rough layouts. They're almost abstract, but i understand what's going on with them, so that's all that matters. Then i do my pencils and inks, scan, letter and then i'm done. With Frankenstein, i have to do more finished layouts, then wait for approval from my art director, Mr. Jon Haward, do pencils after feedback is gotten on the layouts, then send off the pancils and do inks when i've gotten feedback on the pencils. So, it's a slower process in a way, but as long as i plan things out well enough, and am constantly working on an aspect of the art, i should have no problems.
May not have anything worth showing for the next few days as a lot of the work i'm doing at first is a lot of planning, layouts and working out what referance i'll need, etc. Ah, sure, i'll probably stick up the odd doodle.
Check out the Classical Comics website for the pages i did as a way of securing the project and of course, see all the other books they have coming out over the coming year.