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Wild Blue Yonder Issue 5 Crop C  by Spacefriend-KRUNK Wild Blue Yonder Issue 5 Crop C  by Spacefriend-KRUNK
Since the wait is so fucking long, here's another taste.  I'm like a shitty girlfriend.
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Mandrake29 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  New member Student
Nice. I really love black and white stuff. Will the final book be in color?
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Spacefriend-KRUNK Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Professional Artist
thanks, man.  all but the last book is colored by the magnificent nelsondaniel.deviantart.com/

he has a bunch of our pages up there.  or get the issues and see them all! =)
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Mandrake29 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  New member Student
I definitely respect color, I just prefer black and white. I guess it would be a bit harder to sell though- colors draw the eye and all that. I think I will check out these books though- I'm always looking for alternative comics (non-standard superhero)
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Spacefriend-KRUNK Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Professional Artist
well, check out our reviews - we're pretty happy with the fervor, but i'm also pissing people off being late.

if you can't find the issues, you can always get them at Comixology.  or wait for the collection. =)

as for colors, you are spot on that B&W are exceptionally difficult to sell consistently.  however, i work with the best colorist alive, so i'm all smiles.
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Mandrake29 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  New member Student
That sorta sucks for me I guess- I do all my comics in black and white.  How do you like doing comics for a living? I'm a first year art-student and that's the route I intend to pursue.
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Spacefriend-KRUNK Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Professional Artist
i'm a bit bitter towards the industry due to several reasons, but i'm also very happy that i get to be my own boss and do whatever the fuck i want to do for a living.  so it's mostly awesome. =)

and good luck with school.  just remember, always draw with a purpose. 
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Mandrake29 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  New member Student
Given what I've heard about the industry I intend to investigate small publishers or just self publishing. Maybe using Kick-starter later down the line... I've just heard way too many horror stories about creators getting screwed over... anything but the big 2...
And thank you very much! I'll do my best.
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Spacefriend-KRUNK Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Professional Artist
just learn to draw kick ass comic books, and everything will work out. =)
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Ken-Davis Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
The difference is that you "put out" quality...  and not shit.
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Ken-Davis Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Keeping the extremely high quality of the book that you and all involved have been doing in my opinion is a better option.
I commend all of you for keeping up that level.
Its really makes a difference. 
 
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