I've recently launched a new webcomic, The Glass Scientists. If you were a fan of my last comic, Bleeding Heart, or some of the more mad-science-y artwork I've posted over the years, you may want to take a look!
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The Glass Scientists - (First page)
The Glass Scientists - (Latest page)
In an alternate Victorian London, a ragtag group of mad scientists evade pitchfork mobs and the madhouse with the help of their charismatic leader-- a man who has harnessed the power of alchemy to split his soul in two. Updates Mondays!
Next weekend I will be traveling to San Fransisco to do a booth at the Alternative Press Expo! I will be selling prints, charms, art books, comic books, and bookmarks! Please stop by if you can! :)
I would also like to thank everyone who applied to my colorist position for my comic The Glass Scientists! I had a great time looking over all the tests and have made my decision! Now it's time for me to hunker down and start working on Chapter 1!!
Finally, if you missed the Kickstarter for my short comic Bleeding Heart, you can still pick up a digital copy here:
Read Bleeding Heart on Gumroad!
EDIT: Applications are now CLOSED! Thank you to everyone who applied! :)
I am looking to hire a colorist for my new webcomic The Glass Scientists!
Coming from an animation background, my art style favors simple, clean cell-shading, limited color palates, and economy of visual storytelling- elaborate, finely rendered oil paintings will not mesh well with my lineart! The value/color work for the comic needs to emphasize character acting and help each image read quickly and clearly (good use of contrast to make the important elements of a shot “pop”).
I will, however, need a colorist with a good sense of lighting for tone and sett