Any of you BP fans have some artistic skill? We're looking for a temporary artist to take over for a short time, probably only two or three months, as Adam wants to step away once this chapter and the filler arc that'll be following end. If you're interested, just either mention in the comments or drop me a line via private message.
Anyway, yeah, this page! Not a whole lot to say on it, given how little is going on exactly, but I am pretty happy with it. Pretty much wraps up the ghost plot, but we still have a fair bit to go within the chapter itself. Stay tuned for more.
Also, Black Princess's second anniversary is on Thursday. We're going to try and have something to show off for the occasion, so be sure to swing by.
You can also e-mail me on the subject at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you're interested but have no Comic Fury account.
Yeah.... I feel sorta like a dick asking for this, especially given what a nice and talented guy I think Abe is, but I need someone to take over drawing this soon since I simply can't do another chapter at the current state of things. Not even a month into the semester and starting to feel sorta stressed over it.
Weird to bring up stress on such a nice, relaxing picture. Heh... Given Martin's an Agnostic and I'm a Christian, it's weird he writes the first sequence involving the afterlife and spiritual guidance. Though I'm the most churchy person, so eh. Came out splendidly either way.
The script itself called that what we see beyond the door isn't much, giving us very sparse details, which is a good call, I think. Like CS Lewis said, Heaven isn't an easy thing to capture, especially with artwork like mine. But even with my crummy lineart, this was one of the pages where I felt really pleased and satisfied when Martin showed it to me colored. Just makes me feel all warm inside looking at it. ^^
So what Misty was drawing on the wall was a door to the afterlife, how does that work?
It's kind of a mix of the specific things she was drawing - notice she had a book for reference during it - and the thing she used to do it with. Someone just trying this with, say, a can of spray paint or a normal marker or something wouldn't work.