Thursday, February 23, 2012

Page 9

Dino attack!
This is the last page of the preview, where the fit really starts to hit the shan. I'll continue to post coloured and lettered versions of these pages as they get finished. I'm currently inking page 17 (of 26) of issue 1, so loads more stuff that I can't wait for people to see down the line.

9 comments:

galvinator said...

graaaaaawwwwwwkkkk! grrrrroooooonnnnnnkkkk! is this bloody thing not finished yet!!!!!! looks nice! bored waitin, it's three months or something now!

Stephen Mooney said...

ha, more like 5and a half months man... But the first 2 were just script writing! I'll get there sooner or later...

Anonymous said...

Great page!!

DJ said...

I'm loving the pages so far. Seems like a lot of depth was put into this story. Love to see the passion your showing behind it.

DJ said...

Just wondering...are you planning on selling signed copies of this book on your site?

Stephen Mooney said...

Thanks a million guys!

DJ, thanks for your comments! Yeah, I really am trying to put my all into this book. I did an awful lot of prep work and research while writing the script and designing the characters. I always enjoy the more fantastical elements of any fantasy-adventure yarn when they're as grounded and mired in the real world as possible, so that's the feel I'm shooting for with this.
I'm definitely planning on making signed copies available once I make a deal with a publisher, hopefully sooner rather than later. I'll certainly keep this site updated with any and all info in that regard.
Cheers again for the interest man, it really helps keep the fires burning knowing that there are other people out there into the same kinds of material as myself.

nickrunge said...

Man, this book is looking brilliant! This page is outstanding.

Stephen Mooney said...

Thanks so much Nick, that means a lot coming from you man! Maybe I can convince you to contribute a pin-up or sketch or something!

nickrunge said...

I'd love to man! Thanks. When I get some time here soon, that'd be wicked cool. Lemme know. It'd be rad if you wanted to do one too, for my WW2 book. Cheers!