Passing on coloring Robot Investigator pages just long enough to create another crappy animated gif for “Life of Crow”.
The next installment of Robot Investigator - Super Color Electric Boogaloo has been posted over at the 2D Cloud website. 16 hours of digital coloring consumed in 60 seconds.
Love your craft people, love your craft.
Chapter 4 of “Robot Investigator, The Super Color Digital Version for the Inter-Web Babies” has been posted. Manage your content kids, manage your content.
The next batch of colored Robot Investigator pages have been posted over at the good ole 2D Cloud page. I have to say the color is a grind but seeing the pages in a different light is an interesting experiment.
This relic was created 15 years ago, at the time I was struggling with materials, inking, drawing, actually everything that went into making a comic.
Comics are hard, if you don’t love the process you will go insane.
This wasn’t so much a story as an excuse to start and finish something.
The final artwork was printed at a 24 hour Kinko’s self serve machine. They had these awesome Xerox copiers with a custom single color option: red, blue, yellow, or brown.
I made separations for the red and black layers feeding the paper through twice, once for each color. Some sheets where backwards, most off- register.
It was a great machine to play with, I would love to get my hands on one.
It’s Sunday night, right I know, dread is setting in for the upcoming work week. You could weasel out and call in sick but then you have to lie on Tuesday. Go for broke call in Tuesday, call it National I Don’t Give a Fuck Day.
For those of you who can’t, are unable, or may possibly enjoy their job I offer you the next installment of Robot Investigator’s Super Color Anniversary Digital Edition, 14 seconds of pre 911 Comic Wonderment.