The Burbs was a short story that was written by Joe Rheault, a good friend and fellow comic artist. Joe's story was inspired by a dream that he had. The story or dream if you will, was about two kids who got chased by this maniac killer that carries a hatchet.
The production for this project was unique and very convenient. Joe wrote the script, then I penciled his story, he inked my pencils, then I colored his inks, then finally Joe topped it off by lettering the final colors. It took a while to complete because we were kind of working on it on the side.
I posted a finished ink and three final colors. It was actually one of the first comic books I got the opportunity to color.
These are some older sketches I did a couple of months back. I was trying to get back into the feel of drawing comics. So I made characters out of some of my friends, AJ Ragland(Duplicating Ninja) and Nikki Courneya(Jet-Pack Girl).
My name is Kelly Brown and I'm a driven artist. Well actually, I'm overly driven artist. Maybe one day it'll pay off--maybe when I'm 45;)
I came up with Comic Volt a couple weeks ago. Comic Volt is going to be a semi-interactive comic flash site. On the site I'll be posting animated comics--hopefully giving readers a cool online experience.
Me and a really good web programmer, Anthony Nollen are developing the "official" website right now. Meanwhile, I'll be posting some of the comics that will be on Comic Volt here on blogspot.
The first comic I'll be posting is called "Incredible Nollen"(Anthony Nollen). Basically this a 12 page comic that focuses on Anthony turning into a purple "Hulk."