Malevolence Ch 6 Cover Work by darkrepast ()
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This is the cover for the 6th chapter of my comic. Each of the chapters use this painting filter on the outsides and meld into the render/post work.
This is the wide screen version (the cover itself is 6.5 x 10.5 so not nearly this large).
Took a while to get this lighting to work and create the right (for my eye) overall look.
Image Comments (4)
uncollared () 6:43AM | Sat, 19 September 2020
Wonderfully romantic scene. Love the setting and lights. Great work
LyleAryn () Online Now! 2:14PM | Sat, 19 September 2020
Aww... I got to get caught up! Honestly, haven't gotten a lot of reading done lately. Tis sad, really. I've also never been much of a comic reader. (Mainly because at the store, buying a book always seemed better than buying two comics for the same price.)
Anyways. This is really sweet. I live your characters, and so I will definitely get caught up. Can't remember which chapter I'm on now.
Keep up the good work!
Thanks! And you're not kidding.
Before the pandemic, we attended a couple conventions. One in particular, Norwescon, I remember as a child. My parents took me and I remembered loads of comics for sale. When we went, years later, we brought my novels to sell. I saw tons of great comics at the time. So over the next year, I produced the Society Case Files comics. Did up 4 of them (completed a story arc) and brought them.
They sold very well BUT to make a profit on them, they each cost as much as a book! And they're like ~30 pages long. So it's kind of a rough deal.
That's why I really love digital. I can sell the comics for $0.99 and make profit. Or, if someone wants physical copies, they can POD them and get a fair discount. Unlike when I buy them and have to pay for a bag to put them in, cardboard backing, shipping, etc.
So it ultimately works out better to put these out online. And with Ko-Fi and Patreon (ko-fi is too prudish for the comics, unfortunately), it's a great deal for folks!