The proof has arrived. Over all it looks quite good. I’m very happy with the matte finish cover and it may not need too much lightening. I find that working on the computer with these things deceiving in a way since everything is so nice and sharp and bright. Once we hit print it gets […]
The first panel was the original in the story. Kirby and I had a concept that we wanted to use but when we went over the book in detail we found that it was unclear as to how this was to be communicated to the reader, so instead, we dropped the two panels and changed […]
Well folks, the big day is almost here. I am currently finishing the last 5 pages of Chicken Outfit #3. (A Total of 48 Pages this time around.) They have to be inked and painted but the ending is blocked out and penciled in. It’s changed slightly since we originally wrote it but I think […]
Painting has commenced with a vengeance now that an old chum from Sheridan (BoPoTo) has been added to our staff as Flatter. Some tweaks regarding the ending and inking is pretty much done. issue #3 moving forward at a nice pace.
Joe:“This is a scene that’s a little later in the story, showing the panel planning and drawing process up close. I’m using ArtRage here, but have since moved on to Manga Studio, as its specifically designed to develop comics with its comic page and panel layout features. Before Manga Studio, I was experimenting by creating […]
Joe: “In order to get a clear idea of where everything is spatially, drawing a floor plan of the intended setting helps a great deal. In film, when you’re setting up a shot, you need to be aware of the “180 Degree Rule” and apply this to comics. Being in a 2D space, you need […]
If you don’t overdo it a little bit at Shock Stock, you’re not doing it right. We here at Chicken Outfit decided to front-load on our arrival to London and although we missed the Scumbag Soiree due to a horrific hangover, from the looks on the faces of the vendors on Sunday, MUCH fun was […]
Written by: Joe Deagnon and Kirby Stasyna Art by: Joe Deagnon Price: $2.99 Bring Me The Head Of Stan Munson Web-Guy Rusty McDoodle goes back to his freelancing gigs while his buddy Stan trys to hide the horrific destruction of his basement studio experiment from his boss, Zigmund Danzig. Meanwhile, amidst the swirling reminder of […]