Everyone should know the joy of owning an abandoned gold mine that definitely does not have any gold in it and that's why you can't go inside.
This is a "shell" that I have drawn, colored in, and scanned. It's a large .tif file that I use in Photoshop. I may resize or rebalance the color, but what you see in a finished cartoon is a scanned shell with text added.
I came across this strategy by accident because the most difficult part of all of this for me is not the drawing, it's the lettering. By using Photoshop, I can speed up the process, reuse a drawing, and really edit and refine what goes into the panels.
Here are two examples of this used in the same shell.
That's all there is to it.
This is a ten panel campaign that I was commissioned to do for the Combined Federal Campaign, which government workers use to organize their charitable donations. I'm not sure how many people have seen the campaign, but here it is.
I don't remember how this happened, so it's probably a repost of some kind. The idea was to incorporate some watercolor into the a...