Nov
14

Reworking Pages

Klaus (as well as everyone I met at NYCC) has given me some great advice as I’ve been working on my comic pages. Mostly the consistency in characters, background, and objects, as well as my  ability to create drama, and panel compositions.

Here’s my reworked punisher pages.

Punisher | Comic Sample Portfolio

Punisher | Comic Sample Portfolio

Punisher | Comic Sample Portfolio

I’ve also been hard at work on my Thesis project. At the beginning of this semester I thought I would do several small comic short stories (6-8 pages each). But the more I thought about it, the more I wanted to do a longer, more cohesive story.

I took a viking literature class my last semester of undergrad. We studied various icelandic sagas and epics. I thought it would be a lot of fun to drawing vikings, swords, ships, and battles. So, I’m writing and illustrating a graphic novel based on the Gisli Saga.

It’s a story about a man who’s forced to kill his brother in law, which leads to his outlawry and eventual death. The story will take place in 3 parts, 22 pages each.

Here are some concept sketches for my book:

Concept | The Saga of Gisli

Concept | The Saga of Gisli

Concept | The Saga of Gisli

 

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