I have been spending lots of time trying to think of ideas for comics and thumb-nailing out pages for different stories. I want to practice my coloring, paneling, speech bubbles, and more so I want to try working with other peoples pages as a fun exercise.
So here is how this will work:
1) Post a page/several pages from you comic you want me to redraw. Maybe its your favorite page or a page you thought you could have done better.
2)I will choose one page from your choices to redraw as I see fit. I may rework the paneling entirely, or keep it the same, who knows I'll just mess around with drawing it in my style.
3) This is not first come first serve. I will choose which pages I like the best to do. I may not pick your comic at all if I feel like I can't work with it but I will try to see how many I can do.
Some extra info: -I work best with animal/anthro characters but I am not totally opposed to drawing humans or other humanoid characters.
-Please no NSFW pages. I do not mind gore/violence/horror though, as long as it isn't too intense.
-I don't work well with mechs or other mechanical objects.
-Because I am experimenting with my style and coloring, you can expect that one person's page may be in a much different coloring style than the other.
I will put a lot of effort into these for practice so please expect this to take a long time for me to finish. (maybe even up to a month idk i am so slowww)
Since I don't know how this will turn out I will only take on a few pages right now, but I may keep this thread open for a long time.
Queue: (I will choose which ones in a few days)
1)I freaking love centaurs so for sure this one
2)I would like to try some practice with action and blood so I'll try this one
3)I will practice the fur and paneling on this one
Since there a lot of interesting pages being suggested I may do some in more rough and sketchy versions, I'll see how these work out.
The context of this scene is that it's a sort of "Guidebook" comic about the basics of being a vampire; starring Count Orlok. It's far tamer than the rest of the comic and is very much a tongue-in-cheek, toony sort of thing. The scene lasts from page 23 to page 35; so you have a wealth of pages to pick and choose from.
I'm currently doing a long-form plot over on my comic, and a lot of its first pages were drawn back when I was doing this like... one panel per row vertical-scroll thing? Which was definitely creatively stifling. So it might be fun to flex your paneling muscles on one of those pages and make it better! And maybe I would learn something from it too!
Plotline starts here, continues to current page. Thank you so much, really looking forward to this if chosen!