Tuesday, February 22, 2011

24 Weeks of Sequentials pt. IIX

Happy Tuesday everybody!

Here we are 1/3 of the way done with our journey. Well let's get down to it, here's page 8.

My production style/process is becoming more defined every week. It's nice to see this growth taking place. I've been slowly honing my art to be more on point and not do as much "needless" work that just consumes my time. It's nice to get right to the point. I'll be doing a process post soon for one of these weeks, so keep your eyes peeled.

The Grandpa is out of the Hospital and back in his cave at home. We're still waiting on some test results but for the most part the old codger is as stubborn as ever.

In case you've missed the previous pages you can find them through the following links, or visit older posts.

As with every Tuesday be sure to stop over at Ryan Claytor's website where he's posted his next page of And Then One Day#9. www.elephanteater.com.

That's all for this week. Now it's time to get back to work...



Patioboater said...

I'm loving the weekly pages. I'd fallen behind a few weeks, so took advantage of the links to go back and re-read them all together. The story's really taking shape. I'm looking forward to seeing where it goes.

Ryan Claytor said...

I'm diggin' the return to a more traditional layout as we move into a more straightforward narrative/dialogue. It allows us to forget about structure and focus on what's happening in the panels.

Congrats on not missing a single deadline for the past couple months! I've said it before and I'll say it again, I'm excited to be makin' this journey with you, my man.

Ryan Claytor
Elephant Eater Comics

Jay Jacot said...

@John: Good to have you back aboard. Love the comparison shots on the blog btw. With my pages I've always wondered what it would be like to look at them form a third party perspective and read it for the first time. Maybe someday when I lose my mind more I won't remember creating this stuff and really get a chance to enjoy it.

@Ryan: Glad you're enjoying it, the challenge is trying to keep it interesting while there's just a convo happening. Thank you on the congrats and I can only return the gesture, but then again you a workhorse when it comes to this stuff. at the end of this journey I'll have one thing to say... "what a long strange trip it's been"