Here’s a couple of panels in progress from the finale of issue #3 of Chicken Outfit. The furies have returned with a vengeance.
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:“Before setting pen to paper, or stylus to screen in this case, Kirby and I work out the overall arc of the story and what will happen to the characters. I’ll then sit down and map out each page in a thumbnail format so I have an idea of how things are going to unfold. […]
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 […]