Sunday, October 03, 2010

24-hour comic no.2

I once again attempted the 24-hour comic challenge this year, and got about as far as I did last year. I like how it turned out though, and hopefully I'll get around to finishing it sometime in the near future.
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In the last page we see the opossum heading back to his town atop the snake, I haven't decided what should happen when they get there. Maybe he'll ferry everyone back to the kudzu-overgrown churches so they'll have a new place to live. Either that, or the snake will eat all of them. Depends on my mood that day.

Read part 2
and part 3!

4 comments:

Joel Priddy said...

Hot Dang!

This is incredible!

Kenneth Shofela Coker said...

Great stuff Michelle! T'would be great to see it inked and painted. By the way Oppossum Beelu is a fantastic name for a bluegrass rodent.

michelle said...

Thanks Joel and Shof!

I'm trying to figure out what medium I should use to finish these. I enjoy rendering in graphite, what with its subtle variations in tone and delicate line and all that, but it is, of course, so abominably gray. Charcoal/conte is nice and black, but detail is difficult. I don't want to flatten it out with strong ink contour lines either. So I'm thinking either tedious rendering with a micron, or transfer onto paintable paper and do watercolor or ink wash. Hrm...

Shobo said...

Very cool! I miss 24hr comic day. Looking forward to seeing how you finish these.