As fate would have it, my studio has been drenched. I had to dispose of many bookcases, supplies, books, amongst dealing with damaged goods. I haven’t had as much time to work on Rander stuff since I don’t have anywhere comfortable to work, so this week I am going to share something I was going to wait on. But why not get it out there today! Here is the finished cover to the upcoming Return to Rander 300 page complete edition! Let me know what you think!
As promised, this week I am sharing with you the finished product of the Return to Rander trading cards that will be part of the Stockpile Comics trading card series 1 set. Look for them in the upcoming con season!
Another week gone by, another week of doing post production on Return to Rander. Right now I am currently doing grayscale tones on the final chapter of the story. Here is a preview at one of the pages in production. No letters, but looks like our Lone Savior is heading somewhere!
Now that I am on to post production on finishing u the Return to Rander “Complete Edition” (Not sure that will be the name) I have been doing some lettering. Here is a behind the scenes panel in the process of lettering. I really think that this additional chapter that takes place in between the original chapters 2 and 3 is really awesome and adds a lot more insight into the characters. Until next time….
Welcome to a new Sunday in Rander. This week I bring to you some exciting news. In the new upcoming 300 page book will be lots of new content, and some of which will be artwork from my fellow stock*piler and lifelong friend Joel Lolar. Joel is best known for Forever Winter his ongoing comic which you can read for FREE at our online store at stockpilecomics.com! Joel will be illustrating a 5 page short story that I wrote and I couldn’t be more excited to see how it turns out. I have some preview shots of pencils on the pages to tease this bad boy up a bit. If you don’t already know, Joel is by far the best background artist I have seen. He puts in more refrence in his surroundings than most put into drawing thier pages. This brings a sense of realism to all his work because it doens’t just look accurate, it looks like you’ve been in a place like that before. It’s all in the small details.
I’m sure once this gets closer to completion, I will make a new Sunday in Rander post showcasing a montage of panels to tease it.