Well, in theory… as the comic is more or less an imaginary one!
In fact, this image is a reprise of a piece from 2016—seen here with tones and here in colour—featuring Jenni & Marie (and friend). Although only three years old, I recently did a new version… because, it ain’t bad but it coulda been better.
Anyhow, compare away! I probably will colour it, but I don’t think I shall bother with tones; it was something I was experimenting with fleetingly back in ’16 (a kind of electronic version of the old Duo-Shade paper they no longer make)—and I think it also masked some of the finishing deficiencies, which hopefully are rectified in this new version.
I was working on the art for some new Club Vamporama pages—an initial run of five, followed by a bunch more. Some of this stuff has been scripted for quite a while, and in fact what would be page five of this sequence was originally started and abandoned back in February 2013! (New version will be all-new, I stress. BTW, the four pages leading up to it, including the two below, are newer scripts anyway.)
Anyhow, the complete strip may or may not be finished at some point, so this might be all you get for the foreseeable, I’m afraid…
Incidentally, these are the first two complete pages that use my new font. Let me know what you think, but be gentle!! 🙂
I’m calling it 2019 because I wanted to revisit a piece I did back in February 2011. I just liked the concept, but the execution was really quite poor—at the time a few people were positive about it, but one person was quite critical… and basically they were right, whatever their motives. It was very amateurish indeed.
Well… see for yourself here. And compare and contrast with the new version…
Did I get better? Just a little bit? I think everyone is entitled to improve, yes?
You can follow the Club Vamporama tag for more on this project. The newest news is that we’re planning a crowdfunder for a full, 30-minute pilot episode. Liz wrote the script ages ago, and completed a new draft of it quite recently; most of the main cast are in place, all being well; currently, the theme song is being worked on… we’re looking to recruit a couple of ‘name value’ cast members and get things on track very, very soon.
Another taster of our first short Club Vamporama film, “Who Is Bette Noir?”
A couple of still frames from the last Vamporama shoot (detailed here). Dru Stephenson as Jenni; Elizabeth Hastings as Marie.
An adaption of the image posted here.
As promised yesterday, here’s the other four storyboards for the Club Vamporama title sequence!
I drew six storyboards for the title sequence for Club Vamporama, which we filmed yesterday. Here’s the first two; the other four will be posted tomorrow!
Firstly, apologies for radio silence. Secondly, All Bad Things news: the shoot will now take place on August 20th. A couple of people dropped out at last minute and we’re currently looking for someone to handle the sound tech. More VERY soon!
Anyhow. Yesterday was the fourth shoot for Club Vamporama, this time uniting Dru and Lizzie (for the first time, as they appear to just miss each other in previous item, even though their scenes were shot five weeks apart!) for a scene set indoors—the so-called “Cthulhu Sketch”, which we previously did an abortive screen test on some months ago—plus a title sequence shot outdoors (storyboards for which I shall be posting tonight or tomorrow).
So, here are a couple of promo shots of Jenni (Dru) and Marie (Lizzie)! Photography by me. More on this very soon too…
The third CV shoot was yesterday (following the ones with Dru and Melyza), and was a chance to work with Lizzie Hastings as Marie.
Things went great, and work is in progress on the complete promo video now, a rough cut of which I made last night. More soon; meanwhile, a character photo and a frame grab featuring Lizzie acting with Steve.