veinsofyarn said: You wrote The Amazing World of Gumball comic? I loved it! I especially loved how it wasn't divided up into two half-stories like other kaboom! comics! Thanks for doing such a good job and I can't wait for the next issue!
Thanks so much! The next few issues are stories around the same length (maybe a little shorter), I am going to mix it up a bit with some gag comics and interstitials, but I’m glad you like the longer format.
I was worried I wasn’t going to be able to hold people’s attention, but Tyson’s art totally carries it. He did a fantastic job!
leonardo-maison said: Seeing the AWOG comic book single-handedly makes me want to go to my local comic book store (which I never knew existed). But before I go, I want to make sure it will actually be there, so I'm wondering where the books might be distributed?
It should be available at all local comic stores, if they don’t have it, tell them to order it through Diamond (who distribute all the comics everywhere)! It’s from Boom comics! Thanks for the interest and support!
willworkfortea said: Hey! Are you guys going to be at Thought Bubble this year?
Yes! We will be back in Leeds this year!! Looking forward to it!
voskiel said: Hey, I was curious as to what your process was for getting such lovely, scan quality with your traditional paintings? I seem to lose almost all of my color/texture integrity with my scanned watercolors/gouache!
I use a big old Brother MFC-6490CW scanner. The colors wash out a little bit, which I correct via trial and error through Level Adjustments in Photoshop. I’ve been pretty lucky with the quality it gives me, just avoid neons as they wash out 100%