BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby fuzzchile » 12 Jul 2010 13:53

thanks dude ,so it's in the same order as book? are you colouring Storm Shadow at the moment or is the original colourist back working on it?
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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby The Baron » 12 Jul 2010 18:26

Yes and yes, I plan to do Storm Shadow.
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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby Chopper » 13 Jul 2010 01:15

Does he know about this?

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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby The Baron » 17 Jul 2010 22:54

The Black Major chapter twenty-two is now online.

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Colours by John O' Hagan.
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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby Chopper » 17 Jul 2010 22:59

Fantastic, these get better and better.
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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby The Baron » 17 Jul 2010 23:06

Agreed. I especially love the way John chose a distinctive and unique sky for each geographic location. I don't think I could ever really enjoy the original B&W edition again.
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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby Chopper » 18 Jul 2010 00:00

In the kraken I figured they were so far north that the sky wouldn't change that much. Midnight sun and all that, hence for the 2 different times of they year the sky is different one is dark and one is in sunset. I noticed that in the original colour pages too.

I suppose when you spend enough time doing it, you notice these things. Well spotted tho.
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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby Red Laser » 18 Jul 2010 13:25

Very well done Fuzz I can't wait to read this story again. I tried to compliment the original artist's colours so my panels did stand out too much from any original work.
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Re: BFTB Colouring Project - The Black Major

Postby DAMartin » 18 Jul 2010 14:21

About the way :baron: survived the attempt against his life: I liked the hologram more than the typical out-of-nowhere explanations of decoy disguised underlings.
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