There are two forms of thought, one to draw fast and the second to take a bit more time in the development of drawing an idea. So, which one are you fast or slow, and why? One of the neat things about why I love illustrations so much is that it has a blind of both, however in comic, to develop an idea you need to have a skill of drawing an idea that communicates the key elements to tell a story with a healthy amount of energy in your designs. The fast at this process you are the more efficient you are with your limited time that you have on any given project.
However, being able to draw for longer periods of time is also important to really work on the details, which is more of a blind of using "Fine Arts" ideas to work detail out. So for me, I need to be able to show lots of energy in my characters so the fast and more efficient I am at that the more energy the characters have. However, as the drawing nears its end I take more of a Fine Art approach and take my time in adding in the key details that will help make my work stand out. Just a few thoughts would love to hear yours!!! Also, we are gearing up to launch The Last Colony Comic in late spring via crowdfunding. If you are interested in getting a copy of the comic head to www.elijahloving.com/thelastcolony to reserve your FREE Digital Copy, a one of a kind ashcan edition before we launch!!!
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