This has been a project long time in progress. It started back last year, about January or February, between
and myself. She had seen a few of my pieces of work and had read a story or two and thought that we should team up and do a comic. We spent about half a year spitballing ideas back and forth on what to do. We bounced possible story ideas back and forth until Lana decided that she had a great idea and started work on it.
This picture got us sealed on the idea for the story, plus showed we made a great team!
With this in mind, Lana started working very hard on getting it done. Now, she's graciously allowed me to not only color these wonderful pages, but to post them. Be sure to pop by her site and let her know what you think of the pages so far. I hope to post a few more as the weeks go on. Coloring them is taking me a good deal of time.
Page Fourteen -
Wow! This really came out well! I haven't had a lot of practice in years with doing backgrounds ... even though I know and understand that they are seriously important in comics. It depends on the artist's style and technique on how much is rendered to convey the sense of what's going on. It could be completely drawn by hand or it could be traced from a photo or even a photo itself. In this case, I think it speaks well.