Trying something new with the layout of the comic. Times have changed since I started making this and how people read things online has as well. So welcome to the new layout that takes your phones and other devices into consideration as well as give you a much better look at the quality I put into my work.
The print versions of the books will remain the same, I will simply be dividing up the panels in an adaptable way to make it ‘cuttable’ to this layout as well!
Enjoy and let me know what you think!
(File sizes will be bigger, but surprisingly not by that much!)
This page is aptly called “exposition” because it’s what I unfortunately had to do with all this text on it. It’s a necessary evil though to set up all these dominoes to knock down afterwards.
Next page is already on the drawing table so the delays between pages it going to start shrinking considerably.
Happy New Year!
My resolution is that this year, Brainslug is coming back in force! All my side projects are done and I only have new pages of the series to work on! And that’s how I want to keep it!
Though I may want to re-style how I color these, this style has become so elaborate that color is taking much longer than I want it to take.
Let’s get festive around here!
New “Rise of Pie” pages coming in 2019, non-stop!
Nothin’ like being straightforward.
My favorite joke of this page is that it’s actually true that the concept of a “paper route” would seem really alien to the new generations. Considering how common it was for kids to have some back in the day.
Is is possible that Dante has a soft side?
Lets explore that!
You might want to backtrack to the beginning of “Rise of Pie”, there have been some changes!
If you guys have been following, the attempt at getting my second book funded for printing with kickstarter was cut short. I think it wasn’t the right time and I think I could do it better and be successfully in the sprint.
Until then, you guys will just have to make due with new comics! I hope you’re okay with that!
This one sat on my computer, inching along towards completion at the slowest possible pace.
It was painful. I’m glad it’s done.
I’m juggling too much small things and not accomplishing anything at a good pace so I decided that I’m going to focus on the kickstarter campaign for “Road Trip” until it’s done before I try to do the next story segment of this book. I’ll be able to put more time into new pages once side, bit work is cleared away.
Is it just me or is this perceived rejection seem to be getting to Dante?
But the better question is, what happened to Inferno over these past years?