It's okay Kingpin. I understand that you were busy and things.
It stems from two things:
1) Iain's been wanting to get the backlog of GBUK stories published and out of the way... and I tend to agree.
2) I do wonder at times if I have a very acute form of ADD, I'm not that good with maths, and I do tend to be a bit skittish and jump from project to project...
Oh well... maybe I don't and it's just a character quirk.
At any rate, the yet undecided title project will be a bit plainer when it comes to the ceremony then others... as it takes place during the 1990 dry spell and out of action for the original GBs, the Stantzs will not be overflowing with cash, especially on a used car salesman's salary, but most of the well known cast of old and new will be there.
Four of the most notable baddies the Ghostbusters ever fought, three of them seen here for the very first time: Gozer the Gozarian and Vigo the Carpathian (from the movies) and the stars of the two best comic book arcs to date: Micheal Draverhaven (from "Legion") and Nathanial Blaque (from Now's "The Father Thing Trilogy"; this picture was previously available on the "Nuisances" page)
You hand drew that!? Its really symetrical. I like the angle reminds me of the zeplin shot from the comic.
Yeah...the only thing I didn't draw by hand is the GB logo on the door--I added it in with the photo express program.
I did set out a bunch of guidelines with a ruler--I do think that's how it came out so well.
Didn't realize it was that big. Sweet!
I don't think the comic was always consistant with the size, so it's something else I had to kind of guess on. Basically, I stuck the figure on the page, and scaled it down to the point where it looked like 5 or six of them might be able to squeeze inside.
In one early GBWC story, I had Egon fly across the country with a dozen proton packs stashed in it, but then again, he did fly himself, so some could've gone into the other seats.
I'll be honest and admit that the vehicle illustrations have been a little... disappointing... the character designs have worked out really well to date but the vehicles didn't look quite as good as the cast pics. They seemed a little too cartoony, even the equipment illustrations were better.
But Ecto-4 is one of your best vehicle pics so far Fritz, keep the motions you went through in mind for the next project.