Rick Remender just posted this fantastic page Tony Moore finished for Fear Agent #27. It was a special treat for me as it was a page I ghosted some breakdowns for and I hadn't seen the final for yet. I get a huge kick out of seeing what Tony (or anyone else I've ghosted for) does to the page. There always something to surprise me when I see the final art. Tony is especially great at bringing texture and depth to a page. Anyway, as a special treat I figured I'd post the two as a little behind the scenes look at the series. I love this kind of shop stuff, and I'm sure you all do to ;)
My rough breakdowns.
Tony's bad ass final page
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Fear Agent: breakdowns to final page
Posted by Mike Hawthorne at 7:24 PM
Labels: action comics, Dark Horse Comics, Fear Agent, How to, inks, pencils
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dude, Tony sucks. He took your detailed breakdowns and stripped all the detail out of them. :D
Or maybe you posted the images in the wrong order :D
Looking forward to your Fear Agent run.
Yeah, what he said, your labels are bass ackwards.
But I like the rough, agressive rendering that Tony did on that image. Makes it much more dynamic. Pretty cool.
Wrong order?! Bass Ackwards!?! I don't know what you crazy people are talking about! ;)
It turned out great !
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