July 31, 2017
I just got this from the mail today and I want to thank my friend, Jonathan Greer for sending me this pin buttons and a sticker of his webcomic for free. The sticker got crumpled though. I got acquainted with him through the Internet. He’s from America. Sometimes he gives out free stuff like comics and like what he just sent to me. I’ve also been a follower of his webcomic, it’s always a good read and a bit silly as well that’s why I like it a lot. I am making this post to advertise/plug his webcomic and Facebook pages and of course to thank him. You can find the links below. Please check out his webcomic and join the Facebook groups he maintains. We talk about comics and other geeky/nerdy stuff on these pages I’ve mentioned. Follow his Instagram as well.
Of course, I had to cover our home addresses.
That’s it for now. Thank you for your time.
June 29, 2017
I want to invite you guys to a free forum which I just created. I’m going to try this and if all goes well, I’m going to create a new website specifically for this. If you have some time, you can hangout on my message board. Let’s talk about comics, movies, if you had a bad day, you can rant endlessly, if you still haven’t taken a bath, then you should, you can also pimp and promote your comics and also post your drawings, sketches, digital paintings as well or anything related to those I’ve mentioned. It’s just like the usual forums/message boards you can find on the internet. If you’re also a fan of Killer Kamote Komiks, you can post your comments there. Let’s all be friends!
Killer Kamote Komiks Forum/Message Board
UPDATE: May 22, 2017
Here’s the cover page and the process on how I make my indie/webcomics. I’m going to start making issue # 20 for June 2017, “High on Life” Chapter 1 come June. I’ve also updated my online portfolio site this past weekend:
If you think I fit your needs for a graphic artist/illustrator, just message so we can talk and let’s see if we can do something, okay? Thanks!
So, here’s my process. There are a lot of ways to do this and I’m not saying this is the best way because you can do all this digitally. I am just sharing my own process:
First off, I pencil the page:
And then, I ink over my pencils using technical pens and markers:
Now, I scan the inked illustration at 300 dpi to have my lineart ready and then I will clean it on Photoshop:
Lastly, I put flat colors for the lineart. This is the cover page. Sometimes though, I paint it digitally but most of the time since I started adding colors to the cover pages of my indie/webcomics, I just put flat colors into it. And that’s it. It’s done.
May 8, 2017
Sketches of the main characters below. Click the image to view a larger size of the image.