After finishing that monster over the period of the past 3 weeks, I'm exhausted and yet still going to be jumping back on track with predatortale.
But not before some thoughts are released.
Bendy...damn it...I wasn't planning to get roped into ANOTHER fandom so suddenly, but thanks to PixelInkling's design I just...I couldn't stop myself, okay?! HE WAS JUST TOO MUCH TO RESIST DRAWING!
Sure enough, one thing led to another...and I...sorta made a comic and...couldn't control myself O-O
But regardless I'm happy with the results. (got to make my friend squeal happy fangirl noises as I showed her progress, so bonus~) I may make more mini comics like this both to build on the world we've created all of a sudden (my soul is going to be devoured) and possibly for future short stories or even start ups.
Now about the color style I used. I went monochromatic with a red tint to have an old feel to it, like a classic cartoon, and I have to tell ya, it made it hella easy to get it done faster when it wasn't ALL full detailed shading or close to full detailed (looking at you predatortale). That's why I'm thinking I'll do monochromatic shading when I do Limit.Break. Mostly because that project is going to be LONG. And I do mean LOOOOOOOOOONG. It's going to last SEVERAL chapters, so there's no way normal full detailed color/shade will allow a regular update schedule unhindered.
Plus bonus, you'll see more pages faster. Isn't that good?
Or perhaps I'll just flat color the comic?!?! I don't know, we'll see how it goes, won't we?
Alright, I'm hungry and tired. Night, peeps~ skin by dogbff