The Complete “Work In Progress” Line Art For My “Damania Resurfaced” Webcomic Mini Series

Well, as usual, I thought that I’d show off the “work in progress” line art for my latest webcomic mini series.

If I remember rightly, there were slightly more dialogue changes between the line art and the finished comics than usual in this mini series. Most of these changes can be seen (in a scribbled-out form) in the “late night TV” comic, mostly because I’d originally planned to include comments about censorship and “British prudishness” (which I changed to “old-fashioned prudishness” in the finished comic since it seemed a little odd/redundant in context).

The third comic also had a dialogue change too. Originally, I’d planned to show Derek ranting about political criticism of videogames (in a troll-like fashion) but I was worried that, if people hadn’t seen the series before, they might not understand the characters or that it was satire. So, in the finished comic, I changed this dialogue to cartoon-like symbolic profanity (eg: &*%$!! etc..).

Likewise, the last comic in this mini series contains a scribbled-out line of dialogue (which originally read “Nonsense, I’m sure the government…”, I think).

As usual, you can click on each piece of line art to see a larger version of it if it’s too small to read here.

“Damania Resurfaced- Utopia (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Resurfaced- Late Night TV (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Resurfaced- History (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Resurfaced- Second Thoughts (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Resurfaced- Portable (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Resurfaced- Future (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

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Oh Joy! It’s Another Line Art Preview

Well, once again, I realised that I wasn’t quite satisfied with the article I’d planned to post today. So, like earlier this month, I thought that I’d post some of the “work in progress” line art for some of next year’s paintings instead.

And, yes, these are all realistic landscape paintings – this is mostly because, due to time reasons, quite a few of the paintings that will appear here during at least the first few months of next year will be realistic landscapes based on photos I’ve taken (and, yes, this is actually quicker than painting from imagination, if you can believe it).

Anyway, enjoy 🙂

“Titchfield Abbey – Gothic (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Petersfield – Alleyway (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Tipner Lake- Stairs (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“East Meon – Church Tower (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Portsdown Hill – Pyramids (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

The Complete “Work In Progress” Line Art For My “Wordless Comics” Webcomic Mini Series

Well, as usual, I thought that I’d provide the “work in progress” line art for my latest webcomic mini series. This one was a bit different to most of my comics, since I decided to try making a series with new characters that didn’t include any dialogue.

This series was surprisingly art-intensive, although the line art for it isn’t technically wordless (since I left notes on the line art for myself about what to do when finishing the comics).

Two major differences between the line art and the finished comics are that the line art for the first comic is missing two panels (since I was able to repurpose the first two panels using image editing software to save time). In the first comic, the “daydream” panel also has more background detail in the line art too.

Likewise, the “right-wing monster” in the second panel of the second comic has a rather evil-looking toothbrush moustache in the line art than he doesn’t have in the final comic (I altered this in the final comic because I thought that it was too obvious and/or too cynical). Likewise, the line art also contains a lot of extra background detail in two panels that I removed in the final comic (to give it more of a “horror movie” type atmosphere). There are probably at least a few other small changes that I can’t remember too.

You can click on each piece of line art in order to see a larger version of it.

“Wordless Comics – Red Dress (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Wordless Comics – Look Both Ways (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Wordless Comics – L’Enfer C’est Les Autres (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Wordless Comics – The Whole Town To Myself (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Wordless Comics – Just Add Imagination (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

The Complete “Work In Progress” Line Art For My “Damania Refracted” Webcomic Mini Series

Well, since my “Damania Refracted” webcomic mini series finished a couple of days ago, I thought that I’d do my usual thing and show off the “work in progress” line art that I scanned whilst making it.

If I remember rightly, there weren’t that many major dialogue/art changes between the line art and the finished comics. The bulk of the changes happened in the fifth comic (“Unrealistic”), mostly because the original narration was too long-winded or badly-written and required extensive editing after I finished and scanned the comic.

As usual, you can click on each piece of line art to see a larger version of it. Enjoy 🙂

“Damania Refracted – Luddite (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Refracted – Greatest Hits (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Refracted – Daytime TV (II) (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Refracted – Movile Cave (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Refracted – Unrealistic (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Refracted – Old Horror Games Rule (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

The Complete “Work In Progress” Line Art For My “Damania Reflection” Webcomic Mini Series

Well, as usual, I thought that I’d provide the “work in progress” line art for my recent “Damania Relection” webcomic mini series.

Surprisingly, there were hardly any major dialogue/art changes between the line art and the finished comics (the only one I can think of is the final panel of the first comic). This was mostly because, unlike some of my comics, I planned these ones a lot more extensively before making them.

Anyway, here’s the line art. Enjoy 🙂 As usual, you can click on each piece of line art to see a larger version of it.

“Damania Reflection – Gamer Anxiety (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reflection – Project (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reflection – Music (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reflection – Mind, Body & Spirit (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reflection – Timelines (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reflection – Attention Span (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

The Complete “Work In Progress” Line Art For My “Damania – A Cynical Christmas (2017)” Webcomic Mini Series

Well, since my Christmas webcomic mini series finished recently, I thought that I’d do my usual thing of showing off the “work in progress” line art that I scanned whilst making it.

If I remember rightly, there weren’t that many major changes between the line art and the finished comics (I added a MS Paint snowman to the final version of “Spirit” and there were some very minor art changes to “Display”).

Anyway, here’s the line art. You can click on each piece of line art to see a much larger (and more readable) version.

“Damania – A Cynical Christmas (2017) – Novelty (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania – A Cynical Christmas (2017) – Spirit (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania – A Cynical Christmas (2017) – Movies (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania – A Cynical Christmas (2017) – Display (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania – A Cynical Christmas (2017) – Carols (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania – A Cynical Christmas (2017) – Sales (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

The Complete “Work In Progress” Line Art For My “Damania Revitalised” Webcomic Mini Series

Well, since my “Damania Revitalised” webcomic mini series finished recently, I thought that I’d do the usual thing of showing off the “work in progress” line art that I scanned whilst making it.

Unlike some of my other webcomic mini series, there weren’t really that many major art/dialogue changes between the line art and the finished comics. The most notable one is probably in the “Marathons” comic, where the dialogue in the final panel differs slightly between the line art and the finished comic. Plus, in the “International” comic, Roz says “gunpowder” instead of “fireworks” when answering one of Harvey’s crossword questions.

As usual, you can click on each piece of line art to see a larger version of it, since it’s probably too small to read otherwise.

“Damania Revitalised – Timeless (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Revitalised – Ahead (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Revitalised – Marathons (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Revitalised – Tribute (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Revitalised – International (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Revitalised – Wavegate (Line Art)” By C. A. Brown