Marco Rudyis creating Comics
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As it was in the Neverending Story - Mister Koriander is the book-store owner that "gives" Bastian the book - This is your entry into This possibly maybe ending story.
You get access to scene-by-scene posts of the book, in script form.
And as big Thank you perk - a PDF with the complete, fully painted and lettered 10 - page short story once used as the pitch for this book, introducing one of the characters and the vibe you can get from the story.
Welcome aboard..and Thanks!
Bastian Balthazar Bux
Bastian has the Book - now he "creates" the fantastic imagery, in his mind!
All the previous (the PDF and scene by scene script) and added to it, the pencilled Art, also on a scene by scene art.
You get to see what you've been reading about. :)
This is it - the Meat and potatoes
Behind the curtains. You get to see the approach to scene construction, script and art-wise. Commentary on choice of pretty much everything, why the layout is the way it is, sketches, dialogue and scene setting options, the whole thing.
And of course, all of the previous goodies are included.
About Marco Rudy
Hey there, peeps!
My name is Marco. I draw, paint and write some things here and there, even if I’m more well-known for mainstream comics and cover/promo material work.
Thank you for coming along and checking out my Patreon. Whether you subscribe or not, it's appreciated.
The initial purpose for doing this is to be able to eventually subsidize a life without always working with the bigger companies, one where telling creator-owned stories become center stage. I have specifically ONE personal project that I want to focus on for the time being. The more time I can dedicate to it, the better, more fleshed out and faster I can release it. Either for free or through crowd-funding.
The project is called "A Tale of Lost Fantasy" - in which I would be telling fleshed out stories about the people and circumstances that permeate this setting.
The first tale is titled Rainy Day Woman and it highlights the journey through of drug withdrawal of Astrid, an exceptionally resilient troop commander, as she journeys the world, looking for a lost brother-in-arms.
One point to highlight in the approach that I am aiming for a lot of "showing, not telling" in the stories I tell, trying to use the comics media, as best as I can, to tell the most that I can, in one page, one sequence.
The idea here is to provide access to script, art, the combination, discuss creative process, open the door to interesting ideas - and obviously, Patron-exclusive goodies, like commissions, sketches, Q&A sessions and more. I also plan on offering you guys process tutorials on how I create, draw, paint and the like, in addition to help with some foundational things needed for comics and art in general.
ALL Patrons will have early access to Rainy Day Woman, obviously - you'll get to see the book as it's being made, as opposed to having to wait it out until each "chapter" is finished.
I plan on releasing it on script first, Art after (in pencils initially), after every new scene is finished.
Also, as a perk, I’ve been working on some acrylics pieces, as Musical memories of yestertimes – I’ll be working on those, after being done with each scene of the book, and you'll catch process, can chose songs and more, through here. So, well, yeah, cool?
Thank you again, everyone! Your support means everything.