Comics Made Slowly by Kiel West

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Comics Made Slowly by Kiel West

Post by West » Wed Jan 26, 2011 2:09 pm

Hi everyone! I sure am glad this place exists.

To get things rolling: Last year I was asked to interpret a character from Erik Larsen's Savage Dragon. Then they slapped it on the back of issue #162! I really don't deserve that kind of love!

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I learned a lot about making comics, and looking at it now I cringe at a few things—especially the story, but hell. Tell me what you think!

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Re: Comics Made Slowly by Kiel West

Post by Mr. Average » Sun Jan 30, 2011 8:59 am

The style reminds me a lot of Richard Sala - it's gutsy. You set your tone and stick to it. ANd I find nothing wrong with the story. In fact, it's actually oddly compelling. And well drawn, too.

I like it a lot!

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Re: Comics Made Slowly by Kiel West

Post by West » Wed Feb 02, 2011 4:29 pm

Thanks man. I'm glad the story isn't TOO thin. I'll post some more.

Here's a little 3 pager I did recently. This, while a bit too bleak, is more in line with what I want to be doing.

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Forgive the lack of panel borders. I'm planning to do some watercolor experiments to break up the panels.

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