Devil In The Details (Part 13)

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Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Devil In The Details

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That’s what happens when you buy cheap monster cages. The cut-rate materials won’t bear the weight of two cryptids in a knock-down, drag-out brawl. Safety regulations aside, isn’t this more fun than having Bigfoot just talk it out with the Jersey Devil?

Process

I don’t have a lot of extra stuff this week, so I’m posting some of the inks from this page. I’m doing things a little differently lately, changing up the process I used with book one.

Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Devil In The Details

With most of the recent pages, I’m inking in Clip Studio Paint. With the first book I used Painter (which, despite what people may tell you, has some excellent inking tools). I’m also leaving the text (and sometimes background objects) on a separate layer. That way, if I need to access the unblemished art for any reason — maybe editing the word balloons, or changing some element of the background — it’s a lot easier. See? I did learn something with that first experiment.

Jersey Devil Sightings

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Now, I’m not claiming any of the sightings covered in this YouTube video are real. But I’m not gonna dismiss them either, because I like the idea that there are monsters in the woods, watching us. So view the video and draw your own conclusions. (By the way, I looked all over the web for the illustrator who drew that image above. I love it. And it’s all over the place when you research the Jersey Devil. But nobody ever credits the original illustrator. If you know who did it, let me know and I’ll attribute the copyright to whoever owns it.)

Thanks for reading! If you think there’s anyone else out there who might like this comic, please spread the word. See you next week! -v

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2 Responses

  1. I was hoping they can now be friends, but the taser is a bad way to start. As for the Jersey Devil art, I’ll remain optimistic but maybe the artist was working en plein air and never made it out of the woods.

    • I really like the Jersey Devil illustration they used in that “sightings” video — it’s good and creepy, and well-rendered — I just can’t find the name of the person who did it. I like to give credit whenever I can. -v

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