Wednesday, January 5, 2011

TC pencils, JBG Inks, Joe C's flats ...

Haven't posted in a while. This is in progress, but it's showing great promise!!

My own pencils on this one page story. Johnny B's inks, and Joe Cesario is coloring.

This is one of the last two stories that need to be finished. The other is by Kali (and I've seen the first page of that three pager and it is very, very fine indeed).

7 comments:

  1. Nice. Reminds me of Witzend one page gags. Did you read those?

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  2. No ... sorry. Where did they appear?

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  3. Speaking of Vaughn Bode. Here's his big deal contribution to Witzend. Cobalt 60

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_PB-O1yT5EYg/S_3GaU-2VLI/AAAAAAAA9Ko/sKUIc0h24gA/s1600/01_cobalt60_bode_witzend7.jpg

    http://goldenagecomicbookstories.blogspot.com/2010/05/vaughn-bode-1941-1975-cobalt-60-witzend.html

    more

    http://goldenagecomicbookstories.blogspot.com/search/label/witzend

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  4. Very strange. I like it just the way it is. What else are you planning to do with it?

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  5. Not much. A little finishing. Adjustment of the colors. Joe Cesario likened his approach to this page to one of the colored Mad Magazine pages. And I agreed with him. So his colors won't be as deep 'n detailed as the work he did on Ellis' pages.

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  6. I'd like a closer look at the details. Can you post a larger version?

    The last panel reminds me that I googled "gun nose" the other day and found that someone came up with a cartoon character named "machine gun nose" who... has a machine gun for a nose.

    Don't worry though Tom. From what I saw, it was REALLY stupid and amateurish, and no competition for the true, one and only "Gun Nose".

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  7. larger sized image posted for your viewing pleasure, Tom M.

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