Greetings, True Believers! Thru issue #3 is ready for download.
When OdaClaudio over in the comic_crits subreddit called out a conversation page as being boring, I had to agree. And worse, I have another one right after it in the script!
Continue reading “Turning A Boring Exposition Page Into Something Exciting”
With President Donald Trump visiting world leaders this week and terrorism in the UK, Thru issue 4 comes to the rescue your web browsing with the one thing you can always enjoy on a hump day–page pencils!
It has been a swell day for Free Comic Book Day, here in Phoenix! We visited Jesse James and Drawn to Comics this week. Following that we are traveling to Dallas now to hang with the dudes and dudettes at Madness Comics! Continue reading “It’s Free Comic Book Day at Thrucomic.com, too!”
I just noticed how many unexpected views are coming from Reddit! Easily half our traffic is coming from there. So here’s a big thank you to Reddit users.
Ready for Issue #3 of the 1930’s scifi adventure Thru? Your wait is shortening!
Continue reading “Issue 3 is Now Being Edited”
Today we share a page with a tight focus on emotion as tension overcomes our hero. Issue #3 of Thru is about to go to post production. Register now so we can inform you. Then come back and read about how the page is composed. Continue reading “Monday Pencils and Inks That Focus on Emotion”
In today’s installment of page art for Thru’s loyal followers and incredible reddit community, we have a new page that will be hitting Thru issue #3 soon. We get to return to the alternate Earth’s element of coldfire, fan favorites mountain men, and the most obvious question in Thru #2 is answered. Go read the free (and DRM-free) past issues before clicking through the jump.
Happy Monday, True Believers! Today we explore some ink techniques used on pages of Thru. If you are caught up on issues #1 and #2 of Thru, you know the style is from the heyday of the eighties.
Click thru for some artist comments.
Continue reading “New Page Art Monday! And a Look at the Stipple Effect”
Take a look at the pencils. Last issue you saw that Gwen charged into the limits of womanhood in the workplace during the 1930s era. Did you think she was invented just to get past a scene with a damsel in distress? Is she a Mary Sue?
Continue reading “Page Art Shows Gwen is Certainly Not a Mary Sue”