Before even starting the graphic novel, there is still so much prep work to be done. You’ve already had the opportunity to see some of the concept art as it’s

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So… how does one go about this? I decided that I was ready to start blocking in the story. I’m still using SketchUp to work out the 3D layout of

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Since deciding to produce Atlantic as a graphic novel, I have rediscovered some “The Art Of…” concept art books in my collection, and discovered a few more at the local

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Fish was the first of the characters I thought up for the story. I’d been watching some Matthew McConaughey movies and I enjoyed his “surfer dude” persona from movies like

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Wow. This is turning out to be a cool little visual journey. In my last blog entry I posted a ton of pictures that started with some rough scene sketches,

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I’ll be depositing some roughs on this page as I make them, for your viewing pleasure. They are in no particular order, and I’ll be holding back the ones that’ll

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So… life comes full circle. Before I embarked upon design as a career, I used to draw. More specifically, I used to draw comic books. After I began my career in

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Recently, when working on my “Sherlock Holmes” theme for my Big Brothers Big Sisters “Bowling Theme” project, I wanted to know what font they used on the Guy Ritchie Sherlock

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