A random collection of material from comic artist Kevin Nowlan. Started with the best of intentions, but like most other efforts, doomed to perish from neglect as soon as the novelty wears off.
Two comments:1. The shading on Jack in the second panel is awesome. I love how the planet's glow highlights his face. Just darn cool.2. Did you ever have any suggestions or input to Alan when lettering the dialog? If something sounded different or if you thought a phrase could be tweeked a touch.And I'll sneak in another comment: I miss Jack. :(
No, I don't think I ever changed any dialog. I don't know how he did it, but Alan really captured the sound of Kansas slang.
Great stories, amazing art and a really really lovely character. Put all of this together and you’ve got Jack B. Quick.The first time I saw the piece with jack drawing on his table I think: It’s fantastic, I love this child, and plus; he’s a freaking genius! And I love the way Kevin draws his fingers :)You’re an amazing artist Kevin, thanks for sharing it.
What kind of nib is that you're using to letter the J.B. Quick pages?It's kind of reminscent of Walt Kelly.=s=
It's a Speedball A4, filed down to a chisel shape. Pogo set the high water mark for comics lettering so thanks for the comparison.