Comic 145 - Issue #4 Variant Cover

17th Apr 2017, 12:49 PM in HOTWAB 4
Issue #4 Variant Cover
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Shaneoid 17th Apr 2017, 12:49 PM edit delete
Shaneoid









Greetings readers! I'm very exited to bring you the fourth issue of "Heroes of the World and Beyond". August 2016 basically saw me sat on my sofa banging out these pages, life on hold, plenty of tea and that ever present will to produce awesome webcomics.

So this issue we'll be having a look at that 'beyond' that sits at the bottom of the comic's logo. Alternate dimensions have been present in comics for decades, I wont be treading new ground there, however I hope to get more inventive with it as the comic progresses and I hope that becomes obvious to those who stick around (huge thanks if you do).

Artistically, I've learned there's nothing more awesome than drawing dinosaurs! I find them a breeze and hella fun. Expect lots of them in HOTWAB. Although I was quietly confident with my artistic output at the time, I've learned so much since August 2016, so I'm just hoping it all adheres well.

The variant cover continues the Villain faces theme. Again, such fun to do. Dinosaurs give you so much to play around with to make them look great.

I've accrued some Patreons of late and this is a shoutout to them, many thanks for the support. I've invested the money back in to the comic via paying internet bills, art supplies and I recently purchased Clip Studio Paint which has allowed me to advance on inking techniques. Should anyone wish to support the comic, but circumnavigate Patreon, there's a tip jar hovering on this page somewhere.

Elsewhere online I am attempting to work on some Superhero Webcomic projects, please feel free to get involved.

Huge thanks to my Twitter family for being so supportive.

I hope you enjoy the comic,

Shane















Comments:

Bracey 18th Apr 2017, 3:17 AM edit delete reply
I got it when it was still called Manga Studio 5. I barely even open photoshop anymore. When it comes making comics this program just plain rules!
Shaneoid 20th Apr 2017, 6:35 PM edit delete reply
Shaneoid
Aye I'm looking forward to tucking in to the other things on CSP, but I'm still more confident colouring with Photoshop atm.
Bracey 22nd Apr 2017, 5:47 AM edit delete reply
Admittedly PS just has WAY more options, but Ive really committed myself to CSP at this point. I think if I were to knock out a painting though Id use PS in a heartbeat.

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