Update on my video pitch.

My video looks to be complete. I have two interviews, one with a writer and artist. I’ve added tons of photos, some that I have taken and others from the internet. Along with that I have music and some special effects that match the theme to my story. I added a screenshot of my editing on Final Cut.

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Interview with a comic book writer!

Yesterday I met up with a comic book writer Enrique Morales. He is working on a new comic book called Specter-X. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to interview the artist of the comic book. none the less Enrique gave me good footage to put on my site. Once edited I will upload some of the highlights from our interview.

Enrique has a deviantart for his comic strips he has done and a gofundme account to help raise money for his Specter-X comic

http://livingwithrobots.deviantart.com

http://www.gofundme.com/SPECTER-X

Inspirational Artist: Frank Cho

savage-wolverine-5-cover-frank-cho tumblr_mnl1sbttjo1rcsnl1o1_1280livro-frank-cho-women-selected-drawings-illustrations_MLB-F-4532533467_062013 Frank Cho has got to be one of the most talented Comic book artist making comics right now. The work he does blows me away. Frank is most known for his skills at drawing beautiful women. One of his recent works have been on the first five issues of Savage Wolverine which are the first two images posted above. Frank cho has done a number of drawing books and has his own comic strip titled Liberty Meadows. His official website is http://apesandbabes.com

My own experience as a comic book artist

20131208-224237.jpg 20131208-224210.jpgMy love for comics came from my ability to draw. I loved and admired professional comic book artist because they were able to start and complete so many issues. I would always start on a page or two but I never got around to completing the whole thing. Above is a mini comic book that i created and proudly completed. This comic took me a lot of work and i can’t imagine the stress that most professional artist have that do this for a living. That goes to show that you really need to have a love for comics to be consistent in your work.