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"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. With the help of Kickstarter we want to finally be able to publish it as a one-shot comic book.

"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. The story has been adapted into a 28 page 5.5” x 8.5” (roughly A5) comic book by Sandra Ros Bjornsdottir. Some concept art will be included in the back as well as some fun information about the story.

This might be your only chance to buy the comic in this format and this price. Our hope is to be able to make at least two other stories in the near future, all based on different Icelandic fairytales, and then combine them into a hardcover book.

The campaign will run until the end of July. By funding this project you are not only going to get a beautiful comic book out of it, you are making dreams come true. 

39% there

We are up to 42% of our final goal with 19 days left. Please, if you can, buy a copy of the Deacon so we can make this project happen. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1443612982/the-deacon-of-darkriver-djakninn-a-myrka-comic?ref=nav_search

Two weeks left

Only 10 days left and we are still 31% short of our goal. Please help me get my baby to print by buying a copy.

We’ve got twice as many stickers now!

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"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. With the help of Kickstarter we want to finally be able to publish it as a one-shot comic book.

"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. The story has been adapted into a 28 page 5.5” x 8.5” (roughly A5) comic book by Sandra Ros Bjornsdottir. Some concept art will be included in the back as well as some fun information about the story.

This might be your only chance to buy the comic in this format and this price. Our hope is to be able to make at least two other stories in the near future, all based on different Icelandic fairytales, and then combine them into a hardcover book.

The campaign will run until the end of July. By funding this project you are not only going to get a beautiful comic book out of it, you are making dreams come true. 

39% there

We are up to 42% of our final goal with 19 days left. Please, if you can, buy a copy of the Deacon so we can make this project happen. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1443612982/the-deacon-of-darkriver-djakninn-a-myrka-comic?ref=nav_search

Two weeks left

Only 10 days left and we are still 31% short of our goal. Please help me get my baby to print by buying a copy.

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icelandiceel:

pixelp:

While working on HTTYD2, I got to help the amazing director Dean Deblois, and the legendary Nico Marlet with Hiccups fly suit design and his new fancy peg leg. I will be posting art work I did for the movie this whole week!

He looks simultaneously adorable and terrifying in that suit.

I love character model sheets :)

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I’m converting one of my Sketch Dailies into vector form since studios really like to see that you can do that. I’ve known how to work in Illustrator for years but never had any reason to use it at university. It doesn’t help that my monitor fights me every step of the way… Anyway, this is going to be an illustration so there is more to come.

I’m converting one of my Sketch Dailies into vector form since studios really like to see that you can do that. I’ve known how to work in Illustrator for years but never had any reason to use it at university. It doesn’t help that my monitor fights me every step of the way… Anyway, this is going to be an illustration so there is more to come.

rufftoon:

veesdumpingrounds:

part 1 of my answer ! I dunno, I hope this is some help or whatever, or at least a goof startpoint for people to debate over the differences between comics and animation ? :) it’s still a good time for you to go check out my comics wwebsite haha 

Reblogging, because very very close to my own experience.

Interesting. I am neither a comic artist nor storyboard artist but I want to learn both so this really helps.

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krumla:

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"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. With the help of Kickstarter we want to finally be able to publish it as a one-shot comic book.

"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. The story has been adapted into a 28 page 5.5” x 8.5” (roughly A5) comic book by Sandra Ros Bjornsdottir. Some concept art will be included in the back as well as some fun information about the story.

This might be your only chance to buy the comic in this format and this price. Our hope is to be able to make at least two other stories in the near future, all based on different Icelandic fairytales, and then combine them into a hardcover book.

The campaign will run until the end of July. By funding this project you are not only going to get a beautiful comic book out of it, you are making dreams come true. 

39% there

We are up to 42% of our final goal with 19 days left. Please, if you can, buy a copy of the Deacon so we can make this project happen. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1443612982/the-deacon-of-darkriver-djakninn-a-myrka-comic?ref=nav_search

Two weeks left

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goraina:

graphixbooks:

Sisters by Raina Telgemeier (goraina) comes out next month! Here’s a peek behind-the-scenes at the creative process from Raina herself:

Photo 1: This is what my “writing” looks like! I thumbnail out the whole book, and my editor and I edit the story at this stage.

Photo 2: Next, I type up the script and this gets sent to copyediting. The letterer will pull right from this document at the end of the process.

Photo 3: Then, I move on to pencils! I try to keep the energy from my thumbnails in the drawings.

Photo 4: Lastly, I ink over my pencil lines with a brush and India ink. This is the most fun stage of the process for me.

Photo 5: The inked pages are scanned and then sent off to the colorist and the letterer, and the publisher puts the whole thing together. It’s always magical to see the final product!

Here’s some process (and a little preview!) from my upcoming book, SISTERS! The color work is by Braden Lamb. SISTERS will be in stores August 26th.

Very interesting seeing artists process

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"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. With the help of Kickstarter we want to finally be able to publish it as a one-shot comic book.

"The Deacon of Darkriver" is a traditional Icelandic ghost story about obsession stronger than death. The story has been adapted into a 28 page 5.5” x 8.5” (roughly A5) comic book by Sandra Ros Bjornsdottir. Some concept art will be included in the back as well as some fun information about the story.

This might be your only chance to buy the comic in this format and this price. Our hope is to be able to make at least two other stories in the near future, all based on different Icelandic fairytales, and then combine them into a hardcover book.

The campaign will run until the end of July. By funding this project you are not only going to get a beautiful comic book out of it, you are making dreams come true. 

39% there

We are up to 42% of our final goal with 19 days left. Please, if you can, buy a copy of the Deacon so we can make this project happen. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1443612982/the-deacon-of-darkriver-djakninn-a-myrka-comic?ref=nav_search

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