Home > Art, Communications, Design > LOTS of activity! LOOK AT THE PULLDOWN MENUS ABOVE.


We’ve gotten MOST of the scripts in… either story map or synopsis form, and the mighty Rob Pincombe and myself have spent a bit of time gathering what we have, and trying to get it organized and easy to find on this website.  With luck, we have the most recent form of everyone’s scripts up, with the notes that were most recently given out.  Look above to the pulldown menus on the right (7 pagers and 5 pagers).

The artists for each story should really get their hands on their scripts in this half finished form and start thinking about what it is you’ll be drawing to get your story bibles up and running in the next week or so.  The writers:  You’ve seen your notes, but it’s good to see other people’s…it helps to find the groove of this series and the editing process to see the editing process done to colleagues.

IN general, I’m WOWED by how well this is coming along, especially since we’ve literally doubled in size from last year’s issue.  At twice the size, we’ve managed to up the game as well, which is impressive.

It makes for much enthusiasm at this end.


Speaking of enthusiasm:  We’ve had even more design ideas arriving, especially on the Spider-Queen character.  (Dawnson, you’re getting a raft of help from eager designers, and I hope you can incorporate some of this great work into your final turnarounds).

Our next Mind-Spider-Queen comes to us from the already prolific Rae Wells,

Eurgh, that's creepy-tastic.

Not to be outdone, we get another Spider-Queen from Derek Herd…

Ghoulisious I believe. Darn, now I'm starting to sound like the Crypt Keeper.

Derek also sent us this magnificent shot of the Deerstalker in flight…

And Rachael sent us a couple of sketches of the monsters, and machines that populate our mad world.

A version of the emotion lamprey from POLARIZED.

Next:  More Monsters:


A graceful version of the monster from IGOPOGO.

and one last devilish machine:


I believe this is a take on the device that doesn't work from James' "FAMILY NAME"


Okay, as I said, Wednesday night, we’ll figure out who is designing the common items we need for this round, such as the environment suits , the water transportation, etc.) But these designs are a delightful head start, and a rich well to draw from as various creators create their bibles.

Ooooh, getting fun.

Ty the Guy

Categories: Art, Communications, Design
  1. March 16, 2011 at 3:30 am

    Amazing stuff posted tonight…both the illustrations and story outlines. Very inspiring!

  2. Rae Wells
    March 16, 2011 at 3:58 am

    In a word … SQUEEE!

  3. March 16, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    The Fit To Print experience is all about inspiring each other to go further. And I see a lot of enthusiasm and excitement in each and every drawing and story. My Robbie sense is tingling… this is going to be a hell of a book!

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