Zapped! Ch. 1

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When an alien species is invited to live on Earth, a housewife has issues with her new neighbor.

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Illustrations by M-Slava:

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  1. Anteater

    I am glad I checked back to see if this was a chapter 1. The way it ended made it sound like a one-shot.

  2. Anyone who is interested to know what will happen in the future.
    Works done in the traditional style are now very rare. 🙁
    I plan to do 60% to 70% of the work in the traditional design, the rest will be by Didgital ART.
    In addition to the graphite pencil, there will be works;
    Ballpoint pen, watercolor markers, fountain pen (ink), watercolor, acrylic, Didgital ART – raster and vector graphics.
    Also colored pencils or pastels – here I will give preference where the best quality will be.
    I already tried oil paints from them, it was possible to draw individual works, but they are not suitable for comics, they are expensive and they dry for a very long time.
    There is also a dry brush technique, but I have never worked with it, I do not know how it will work out with this technique, so I will not promise anything.
    3D – I do not consider this issue at all, since I understand this topic poorly, but I do not have time to study for this, I would rather spend more time on 2D and improve my drawing skills.

    PS – I am not a native English speaker.
    If the text is a little clumsily translated – the culprit of all this mess is Google 😊

    1. Rawls

      I love your black and white traditional art!

  3. Holyx

    I wished the art was in color like the initial cover page. It look so much better than just black and white.

    1. In the future, there will still be comics in color from me, made in digital and traditional versions.

  4. JohnJohnson

    Honestly, I was a little worried when I saw the story was hand-drawn. But wow, MSlava knocked it out of the park. So many images and so well done. Props to you, my dude.

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