It’s a little late in the story for a site redesign, but here it is anyway. I don’t know much about html or css, so I just went in and changed a few color schemes and edited a few images. This design will stay until BMZ is finished. Then, when Super Death Face starts up, I’ll hopefully have a permanent design ready to go.
Oh, and I know the about and character pages need updating. That might not happen any time soon :S
It may or may not be valuable information, but I’ve decided to write a series of articles about my own personal journey through the world of comics. Topics like “Why I decided to tell a story with a comic,” “Character design shortcuts that I used,” and “How this non-writer kind of wrote a story.” And then more technical things like “What type of tablet/programs I’m using to do this,” and “important specs to consider before even starting.”
This is, by no means, a tutorial on how to make a comic, or how to draw, or anything like that. The main thing is that we all start somewhere and end up somewhere else. Even though I’m still a nobody in the wide world of comics, I think that sharing my experiences of my first year in creating comics could serve as another resource for those of you who are interested in telling your own stories through sequential art.
Nik’s design and colors for Super-Death-Face.
A research assistant with a robot arm.
I’m pretty excited for SDF. It’ll pick up right after Bad Music Zombies and feature the remaining members of The Loreans, time travel, alternate universes, clones, science stuff… pretty much all the things I like crammed into one more Danger Vision story. And we get to find out what “Danger Vision” is.
BMZ has 2 chapters left, then I’ll take a two week break, then on to SDF.