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Mar 6, 2017 | 8:28 AM EST
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vampire
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Author Comments

We humans are so weird. We like to give advises, but rarely follow those exact advises ourselves :) I would say to people who want to start their own comic to just bloody start, but I would do so many sketches, studies, world building etc... Well, it's a bloody time to bloody start and just bloody do it :)

That's why I'm posting this, even if it still can change and evolve. But that's the point of webcomics, it grows over time.

I had many ideas and concepts, but I think this one is a keeper. Meet Isabella, my vampire wife. She's a banker :)

I created initial story and characters, I don't want to overthink so I will start with couple of simple gags. And do this as time allows along other projects and client work. And who knows maybe start 100 Days of Making Comics with this, that's cool challenge. Big too long, but I will see how it goes.

I decided on this cartoony approach, because it's faster to draw and it can be exaggerated more. Plus some silly designs I have in mind will work better in this style. I'll post more doodles and sketches in my thread in Art Forum and on Twitter - https://twitter.com/HugoTendaz . In Art Portal I'll post finished drawings.

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dogmuth-behedogdogmuth-behedog

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very cool, your palette color always cool.


HugoTendaz responds:

Thank you. For this vampire comic I'll keep similar palette, with few bright colors and a lot of inks. So it can suit the genre, but still be cartoony.