Ch 2 pg 12: Flip the Switch [incomplete]

posted Sat, August 31, 2019

Ch 2 pg 12: Flip  the Switch [incomplete]
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Wed, September 18, 2019

Lutzbug

Ch 2 Page 10 Color Added

I finished the paint job on Ch 2 Page 10: Rear Window! I am extremely proud of how it turned out. Click here to take a peek.

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Wed, September 4, 2019

Lutzbug

Small News

Hoi, friemds. 
This story needs to get off the ground, so I've been posting the inked pages first and updating later with color. I've recently gotten an iPad, so I've been able to work on my comic when out and about. I can't even begin to tell you how excellent this is. Things are chugging along at a faster clip than normal. School has just barely started, so we'll see how things go.

Little things: I updated the cast page to be a little more mobile-friendly. I separated the character cards into their own images. They were all in one huge PNG file before. 

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Wed, May 29, 2019

Lutzbug

Small Updates

A few things I'd like to update you guys on!

First things first, I've been so busy with design school that I've not had much time for personal art. KNM will continue to update whenever I'm able. It might be slow, but it's still going forward.

More little things: I've posted the relettered versions of Chapter 1 Page 20 and the entirety of "Money Management." I'll reletter the few speech balloons in Chapter 2 soon.

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Sat, March 2, 2019

Lutzbug

RE-relettering

I've picked out a different font to use for relettering the comic and I've uploaded the new files. If any of you have trouble reading the lettering, let me know!

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Wed, February 27, 2019

Lutzbug

Relettering Updoot

Henlo, peeples.

Some people in the forums suggested that I make my own handlettered font using Calligraphr. People seemed to like my handlettering font and it would be missed if I completely did away with it! I couldn't afford to suffer from repetitive motion strain from doing everything by hand, but this helped me get the best of both worlds. I relettered page 17 as an experiment. How does this look?


 

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