Phillip went down to Georgia, he was looking for a job to steal. He wasn't feeling swell, corporate work was hell, and he was willing to make a deal. When he came upon a school who was dealing comics and making it hot. Then Phillip jumped on the nearest plane and said "SCAD, let me tell you what - now people are gonna laugh at the things I'm about to do - but I bet a pencil of gold against your soul that I can make it as an artist too."
Monday, December 6, 2010
And Page 4
Not going to lie, these were extremely challenging pages for a number of reasons, but I'm glad I did them (and really, they didn't take me much longer than any other pages I've done). All in all, I like more of them than I hate them.
Here are the actual pages (which I didn't look at until I had finished and scanned these pages so they couldn't influence me at all):
Now, these have the advantage of coloring and lettering (couldn't find just plain B&W versions, unfortunately).
What do you think? What did I do that works well, what did Bill (the artist) do better?