Kung Fu Skratch! fan art of Jason Stonewall by Jason Richardson!
Jason Richardson’s dA Page - HERE
I love it when fellow creators and artists do their interpretation of my characters! Stephen Kelly did this sweet pin-up of Jason Stonewall versus his OC! Very cool!
KFS! #1: Komplete Pages (Page 35 and 44-45 roughs shown)!
I wanna thank Don Zhang for his contributions on pages 22-24, 35-36, and the layouts for 42, 44-45 and helping out Erwin with the workload!
New cover concepts for the extended, 64 page Kung Fu Skratch! #1 by Andres Silva Blanco! This will be available first for Kickstarter and Indiegogo backers of the KFS! #2 (which is being merged into this monster!) campaign! 46 pages of story, and 18 pages of bonus material! It will be available digitally in early 2014 on comixology and hopefully later on with a publisher (if I can find one).
The second half to Kung Fu Skratch! #1, Welcome 2 Brickhaven (B-Sides) is almost done!
Erwin’s Pin-Up Piece Progress! We’re gonna tweak Alex (she never wears dresses/skirts) and post the finished lineart and colors within the next few months!
Kung Fu Skratch! #1 and 2 are going to be merged into one big ol’ comic! It’ll be Kung Fu Skratch! #1: KOMPLETE (Pending Name), a 64 page book chock full of story (46 pages!), a brand new cover by Andres Blanco, bonus material, and guest art! I’ll be bringing up more info about within the next few months as we continue production!
"Th’ name’s Jason Stonewall."
Kung Fu Skratch! Issue 2 is on the way! Pre-order on Indiegogo to receive your copy. It’s up until November 13th!
Art by Erwin Prasetya!
Kung Fu Skratch! #1 Page 5
Here’s a look at the development of Kung Fu Skratch! with Page 5 of Issue 1. We begin with Andres Blanco’s original thumbnail layout, then Erwin Prasetya’s final draft, next comes Erwin’s tones, alternately when KFS with colors by Andrew Poole (we originally were going for color), next up is letters by Frank Cvetkovic on the B/W + tones, and Frank Barbiere’s letters on the color pages (prior to his big break on launching his creator owned FIVE GHOSTS for Image). I decided to for tones because it complemented Erwin’s art much better but we may color it in the future for the collection or something special …