Draft work from Frame #2 of FLUXED: "State of Flux" I sometimes love the sketch work so much I don't want to clean it up. It's actually fun to draw the characters from behind... it's its own challenge, and their are details in their hair and costumes that the audience doesn't get to see often.Read More
This particular thumbnail was part of a scrapped chapter for Flux Destiny: Battlegate that was brought back years later when I revived the web comics.Read More
This is a glimpse of my old process when I first started working on webcomics in the early 2000's. It was all done in pencil, and I used to draw little sketches called "thumbnails" to plan out the story. It was easy for me to cut and move them around if necessary while editing the story flow.
Nowadays, I do all this digitally.
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the work that goes into a page. After I write, draw, and clean-up a page, I send the work file over to Megan with notes on color, background and lighting. After she does her amazing coloring and backgrounds, I finish up with special effects and text. We use CG to create the gears... actually Megan modeled them herself using Blendr and I incorporate them into the final page when doing the EFX.Read More
Here's the draft pencil work of a critical page in Chapter 4 of Flux Destiny: Battlegate explaining the Gears of Destiny and the Great Machine. This is the first time I was able to somewhat explain the mechanics of Flux Destiny.Read More
This panel from Chapter 4 of Flux Destiny: Battlegate was done in pencil. I used to use a special smudging tool to smear the pencil and add texture before scanning in the page to finish it in Photoshop.Read More
This is a panel from Chapter 4 of Flux Destiny: Battlegate when Hugo demonstrates his Karma-channeling powers.Read More
This is a panel from Chapter 4 of Flux Destiny: Battlegate from around 2006. Back then, I used to draw in pencil and do the finishing work in Photoshop.Read More
Draft work from a famous scene in Flux Destiny: Battlegate. I found this when sorting through the archives... because of BG's special style, it took over 500 sheets of paper to produce 130 pages for the graphic novel.Read More