Creators, you are making things happen! This is what it is all about.
We are pretty far along with our 8-page comic story. You are one step closer to being a published comic book creator. Give yourself a nice socially distant thumbs up!
In Step 1, you planned your story concept for an 8-Page Story. In Step 2, you broke down your story into a plot. In Step 3, you revised the plot. In Step 4, our artists started creating character sheets. In Step #5, you wrote your script in “full script” format. In Step 7, you roughted out your comic book pages. In Step 8, you pencilled your art. In Step 9, you inked your art. Good stuff.
In Step 10, you’ll be adding adding some glorious colors to your comic art pages. This is when things start to sparkle and pop. It’s almost magical.
To participate in the 8-Page Challenge #2 and be published in our upcoming anthology, you must register for the message boards and place your colored pages in the Step 10 folder in the Forums.
Chris Sotomayor Colors from Avengers Assemble
We’ve been working from a script that I (Buddy Scalera) wrote for Marvel’s Avengers Assemble comic. Ron Lim penciled and inked the pages.
These brilliant colored pages are by Chris Sotomayor. You can learn more about Chris on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. He also teaches coloring at ComicsExperience.com.
Let’s Color Our World!
Okay, so now it’s your turn. If you are participating in the 8 Page Challenge, you should post your colored comic book pages in the Step 10 folder in the Forums. Also, you should feel free to leave comments for the participants to help them improve their work.
Read Step 1: How to Create a Story Idea
Read Step 2: How to Break Down the Plot for Your Story
Read Step 3: How to Revise Your Plot
Read: Step 5: Scripting
Read: Step 6: Thumbnails
Read: Step 7: Page Roughs
Read: Step 8: Pencils
Read: Step 9: Inking
Read the announcement for the 8-Page Challenge and fill out the startup form
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