Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Ghosts and Monsters (Page 014)

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Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Ghosts and Monsters page 2014

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Run, Bigfoot! They’re breaching the gap! And is that our pal Squeaky? Or one of the other hundred-thousand squirrels that live near Bigfoot and Scout? Who knows? We’ve got more urgent concerns.


Does anybody read down this far in the post? If you aren’t reading this, tell me. : ) This is how I layout and write a page. Sketch out an idea and scribble some potential dialogue. Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Ghosts and Monsters page 2014Then I start inking. I leave a lot of detail out while penciling, figuring I’ll take care of it during this inking stage. Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Ghosts and Monsters page 2014After that, it’s coloring, and yet another chance to add detail that I left out in the previous step. Here’s a gif of the pencils-to-color process.


Now I gotta pencil the next page before I get too far behind. See you next week! -v




10 Responses

  1. Love the personalities, this is great!

  2. The technical execution of these panels is top-notch, Vince! Particularly, the log bridge, and the way you colored the middle panel to show foreground/background is awesome.

  3. Yes, I’m reading down this far. Interesting stuff which I like to see. Thanks.

  4. Oh no! They’re crossing the log! I’m really liking the new characters. Especially Sierra. A Girl Scout! I think she’s going to be a lot of fun. And Squeaky is back! I hope.

    • Yeah, it’s a diverse crew of characters with a lot of different personalities. Oughta be fun. And I’m learning a lot about the Girl Scouts and filmmaking along the way.

      And is that Squeaky? Maybe. I don’t see how I could do another whole UToB book without Squeaky, right? -v

  5. Amazing detail in your artwork, Vince! I really like the way the characters are developing too!

    • Thanks, RG. I could probably get away with a little less detail, but I really want the setting to feel as real to you folks as it does to me. Which is also, coincidentally, why I’m taking my time and building the personalities of these characters. If they feel real to you guys, it works. So I’m gonna try to make that happen. Thanks for reading, as always. -v

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