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A major war is taking place on Zylon, and the Gryphon race is struggling to preserve what is left of their precious planet, and keep it from the dirty mitts of the Tauren Empire. Just when it seems as if the minotaur race has full control over Zylon, an old legend dating back two hundred years in the past, is due to come true in the future.


August 21st, 2006, 10:02 pm

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Jayge, August 21st, 2006, 10:32 pm

whoa This comic is beautiful. Do you do this all by hand, or on a tablet, or what? How did you learn to draw like that anyway? This is the best art i've seen in a while.

Sandy, August 22nd, 2006, 9:07 am

Good question Jayge. I'll be more than happy to share my creative process with you. Thank you very much for the nice complement by the way ^^. First I start with a basic script that I write on ms word. Then from there I storyboard the comic on regular printer paper. After that I take the rough drafts and then sometimes I end up making changes on the final boards when I do read the drafts, but I first measure the boards, then I begin pencil work on them. As soon as the pencilling is completed I go to hand inking them with a classic dip pen. The boards are then set to dry and after they're dry I erase the pencil lines then take the boards to a local copy shop to reduce them to reasonable size for my scanner. Then from the scanner, I import them into paint shop pro and that's where the rest of the work gets done, including the bubbles. And yes, to answer your question about the tablet, I couldn't live without it, it's my best friend. All of these skills were taught at the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, where I first started working with a tablet. Then I got so used to it that the mouse was no longer satisfactory for me so my mom helped me to invest in a tablet, and now here I am, working away with the tools I love.

Jayge, August 22nd, 2006, 10:27 am

Interesting. So you're a serious artist then. The whole process sounds like it would take a good 3-5 hours per panel. Do you any serial work or comission(I think I spelled that wrong) art?

Sandy, August 23rd, 2006, 10:58 am

I'd really love to do comission serial work but the only problem is, I'm so busy with my full time job and the comic that I really can't find time to fit it in. But I do illustrations for people if they want them. If they have a character that they'd like interpereted in my style, I'm more than happy to do so. But I'm more adept at anthro than I am at drawing human faces, and I do admit to it. The process takes so long that I can only handle one project at a time. But I am thinking of getting help once this series goes to print on paper. Then I can make room for other projects in need of launching.

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