So, we've had a few One Night in the City pencils panels, time for some colours, huh? Back a little way in the Blog (September 1st) you can find a description of the tale, but for now, I wanted to post up my favourite panels and web flyers from the first few months of what will become something of an epic love story, I hope! The format for the strip is that I aim to produce at least ONE panel a month, which usually goes on-line around the 1st. This may seem like a pretty laid-back work schedule, but the idea is that this story has the time spent on it that I wish I could spend on all my other work. Thus, if a panel takes two days to colour, so be it. It's an extremely refreshing way to work! I guess my feelings about webstrips is that they're a title on which you are the artist, writer, editor and publisher. Thus, the deadlines you allot to them should be ones that not only are realistic to keep to, but that give you the time to produce truly top-notch work. I've never understood webstrips produced with such strict deadlines that the work quality is compromised, it's ridiculous! Hoho!
Anyway, I hope you enjoy these, and remember to check outwww.studioblinktwice.com/onitc
on a regular basis as the tale continues to weave it's way through the City!