A short and messy sketchbook comic about Atlas rediscovering his voice. (Part 2/2)
My webcomic Dreammakers Beyond the Door has ended recently, and now that I've uploaded some bonus content on Tapas, I'm officially marking the series as complete. It's as good a time as any to give it a read if you're curious! 👋
On Tumblr: https://dmverse.tumblr.com
My second webcomic, Dreammakers Beyond the Door, is completed with 279 pages! The story is about dreams and a wholesome friendship in an unlikely place. 💙 It's free to read in these places:
The shading on these pages was added with Copic markers, which was fun - dramatic lighting is always nice for adding some extra impact to a scene. With that being said, it wouldn't be sustainable for a longer comic because I constantly had to refill ink, which would get pricey over time.
My new white Posca pen was a real lifesaver here, great for fixing mistakes and adding details, little effects, rain and such.
WOOHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOO! The last batch of printed proof looks perfect! Finally, after one year of struggle... Quick blog post: https://www.davidrevoy.com/article788/
I've recently felt the itch to make comics again, so I'm working on a little 13-page one shot about my fairy guys. Gotta say it feels really nice to dive back into it! I've spent so much time making traditional comics, it's just a deeply comforting activity for me.
I'm also trying some new things, for example I want to use more light-and-dark areas for stronger compositions. I'll share the result when it's finished.
The second chapter of Dreammakers Beyond The Door is now uploaded!
You can find the webcomic on Tapas: https://tapas.io/series/Dreammakers-beyond-the-Door
or deviantArt: http://fav.me/ddxaxhy
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