Archive for the ‘Fictory Comics’ Category
Friday, May 20th, 2011
The piece above is one I’ve been meaning to share for a while now. It seems that our boy Stabb Fisticuffs has found himself in a spot of trouble. Nothing a leap from an exploding building and a discarded grenade can’t fix. I’m glad our fans are aware of the silliness inherent in Stabb Gunner. Big props to the artist, Lloyd Harper.
Friday, March 11th, 2011
Here is a sneaky peak of a panel from next week’s Stabb Gunner page. I can’t tell you how much fun I’ve had working with Courtland to develop the book. I get to work on all sorts of fantastic projects, but this one has an extra special place in my heart. It’s a tremendous amount of work, but so rewarding. It was a year ago when I first approached Courtland about the book. We haven’t stopped laughing ever since.
Monday, March 7th, 2011
I was tickled to find a link to the artwork above in my mailbox Sunday afternoon. I love Stabb Gunner fan art. Especially when the artist seems to know how silly the subject material can be. Notice the Midget and Giant Midget (wtf?) being assaulted by our hero Stabb Fisticuffs, and their ignored cries of anguish. Please note the Stabb Gunner team, does not endorse the views and opinions present in fan-art. Keep ’em coming people!
Sunday, February 13th, 2011
This week Courtland was busy scibbling away on some sweet Stabb Fisticuffs pinup art. I was so excited about what he was doing that I just had to throw some color in the mix. Above is the final result. I hope you enjoy looking it as much as we enjoyed creating it! And make sure to catch the most recent Stabb Gunner!
Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011
Well, Courtland and I have been chugging away to get Stabb Gunner, Chapter One out to the world at large and we’re mega jazzed about the results were getting. It’s been a lot of work but it’s been worth it 100%! Our process has continued to evolve as is the case with all ongoing projects.
Which is brings me to the purpose of this post. Recently we’ve wanted to get those extreme angles with our backgrounds that are kind of signature to the book. So I decided to draw on my knowledge of film making, specifically previs. I build a very rough model of the most important set from Chapter One, the Sleeping Baby Dragon Sanctuary. Now we can fly a camera around a virtual set and make sure we get that killer angle we try so hard to find.