Monday, September 04, 2006
Today's post is inspired by a recent entry on Anthony Zierhut's blog. If you haven't checked out his blog already, I strongly advise that you do so. He's super talented. Anyway, Anthony shared Wally Wood's cheat sheet for comic book panels that "always work." I haven't done much of this since I drew a little for my college newspaper as an undergrad, so I thought I would give it a stab today.
Oh, and let me explain the gray at the top of the panel. This is called "working with what you've got." I love my sketchbook...but because of its binding, it is nearly impossible to clearly scan the inside of the page. That's what happened here and I didn't have the patience to fool around with photoshop to much...thus the dots.