Ok, han pasado algunas semanas desde que hice una de estas actualizaciones, así que supongo que es hora de que les dé un informe completo sobre todo lo que ha estado sucediendo conmigo personalmente y Truthful Comics.
Primero quiero informar que mi colorista Francisco J. Rivera acaba de terminar todos los colores base en el número 2 de Project: New Wave y comenzará a agregar detalles esta semana. Esta es una gran noticia para nosotros, ya que nuestro objetivo es publicar dos números del Proyecto: New Wave en 2020, si Frank puede terminar el número 2 en el primer trimestre del año; estaremos adelantados para cerrar el año con el número 3.
Por mi parte, actualmente estoy entintando el comic número 3 de Project: New Wave y solo me faltan dos páginas para terminar; tan pronto como termino los voy a enviar a Frank para que eventualmente pueda comenzar el proceso de coloring. Una vez termine con el número 3 estaré trabajando en una pequeña historia que ilustré el pasado mes de Octubre mientras realizaba el reto de Cómics en 12 horas.
Es una historia corta basada en un pequeño robot que se me ocurrió para Inktober. Voy a volver a dibujar la historia digitalmente y ademas estaré a cargo del color y las letras. La historia hasta el momento no tiene diálogo, pero podría terminar agregando algunos subtítulos para ayudar al lector a seguir la historia un poco mejor. Aquí pueden darle un vistazo al protagonista de la historia...
Me divertí dibujando a este pequeño, así que quién sabe, tal vez esta no sea la última vez que lo veamos; todo depende de ustedes. Si los fanáticos aman a este pequeño lo traeré de regreso, si los fanáticos lo odian, no lo haré; la pelota está en tu cancha. ¡Mantenlo Truthful!
Ok, it's been a few weeks since I did one of these updates so I guess it's about time I give ya'll a full report on everything that's been happening with me personally as well as Truthful Comics.
First I want to inform that my colorist Francisco J. Rivera just finished all the base colors on issue #2 of Project: New Wave and will start adding details this week. This is great news for us since our goal is to publish two issues of Project: New Wave in 2020, if Frank is able to finish issue #2 in the first quarter of the year; we'll be ahead of schedule to close out the year with issue #3.
On my end, I'm currently inking issue #3 of Project: New Wave and only have two pages to finish the book; as soon as I finish is off to Frank so he can eventually begin the coloring process on them. After I'm done with issue #3 I'll be working on a small story I illustrated this past October during the 12 Hour Comic Book Challenge.
It's a simple short story based on a little robot I came up with for the Inktober challenge. I'm going to be re-drawing the short story digitally and I'll be taking doing the coloring and lettering as well. The short story is basically a silent one but I might end up adding some captions to help the reader follow the story along a bit better. Here's a look at the protagonist of the story...
I had fun drawing this little guy so who knows, maybe this won't be the last time we'll see it on print; it all depends on YOU! If the fans love this little guy I'll bring him back, if the fans hate him I won't; the ball is on your court. Keep it Truthful!
Title: Delta Dogs
Publisher: Millennial Comics
Writer: Vonnell Young
Art: Felix Morales
Letters: Mark Marvida
A few days ago I got my pull list and as I usually do after getting my books, I browsed the shelves for new indie titles I've never read before. Sometimes I find a book that'll catch my eye, this was one of those times. The series was Delta Dogs published by Millennial Comics.
The story is about a young group of brothers and cousins who just happened to be at the wrong place, at the wrong time. As they're driving around a glowing green and zombiesque "man" walks towards them and before they know it explodes in a flash of light that consumes them. When they wake up, each one of them has a different ability that they now have to live with and eventually get the handle of before they hurt themselves or anyone else.
The first thing I noticed was the quality. Great printing, full size, full-color and 22+ pages of superhero goodness. The artwork was really good and the writing was ok although I felt lost at times, maybe not lost but it felt like there could've been more panels to better explained what was happening; but it was't too distracting. I bought the first three issues because those were the only ones available at my LCS, but I'll be picking the subsequent issues as they come out for sure; I recommend you do as well. -MC
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