What's up everyone! I'm pretty happy to share one of my favorite panels from Super Pro K.O. 3!
I think King Crown Jr.s leaned out a bit this volume. Those crunches & diet changes have really paid off. Though he still has a taste for junkfood as you can see from the vending machine in this panel.
I'm on my way to the finish line with SPKO 3! I'm on track to be done by December! It feels great at the moment but my head has been all over the place the past few months. Throughout any book, I feel all sorts of highs and lows. I never really talk about it but I have to really scratch and pull myself out of the feeling of loneliness that comes with the nature of this work sometimes. It doesn't help that my sleep schedule's all over the place too. I've been running and working out a lot throughout this project just to keep my health and mood up. I've felt a much bigger difference this time around thanks to it (especially compared to my time working on SPKO 2). I've also talked to many of my fellow comic industry pals about all of these crazy work nights so at least I know I'm not the only one there pulling the midnight comic run.
It definitely triggered some positive mojo a few days ago once I took a step back and saw my stack of completed pages. Sometimes you have to take a step back, stop, and really look at what you've accomplished. You have to pat yourself on the back in this comic game. You always acknowledge the small victories.
Now, I have to sit down and figure out my convention schedule for next year. I know interacting with comic artists and fans/readers alike makes all this hard work totally worth it! I really want to go everywhere. My early thinking: Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con, Heroes Con, San Diego Comic Con, Baltimore Comic Con, New York Comic Con. I also need to setup some comic shop signings. If you have any recommendations, please let me know!
Oh, I'll be updating my tumblr a bit more in the coming months. You can follow here: http://superproko.tumblr.com/
Alright, I'm back off to work. It's 3am and the grind is real.