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Okay, here is the winning challenger who submitted his take on Page 17 of Archer and Armstrong #1 by today’s celebrant, Fred Van Lente (which was originally penciled by Clayton Henry)!
Read on to see the script page and then the winning entry (based on your votes and Fred’s vote)!
Okay, here are the people who have submitted their take on Page 17 of Archer and Armstrong #1 by today’s celebrant, Fred Van Lente (which was originally penciled by Clayton Henry)!
Read on to see the script page and then the entries! You will have a chance to vote for your favorite. Your votes mixed with Fred’s (and perhaps me if need be) will decide the winner!
Here is the return of our popular art challenge that asks you to try your hand at drawing a comic book page from the script of an actual notable comic book writer. This time around, the page comes from the first issue of Valiant’s current relaunch of Archer and Armstrong, written by Fred Van Lente.
Your challenge is to draw a comic book page from the script page Fred has supplied us and e-mail it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 3rd at 11:59 PM Pacific and then everyone will vote on which page they liked best (Fred will also play a part in deciding the winner) and the winner will be revealed on December 6th (which just so happens to be Fred Van Lente Day here at Comics Should Be Good). The winning page will appear on the official Valiant Comics website!
Sounds fun, right?
Read on to see the page!
Okay, folks, here are the results!
Read on to see which entrant won!
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I know folks were curious as to how Whilce Portacio brought Andy Diggle’s script to life in the published edition of Batman Confidential #1 (page six), so I figured I would share it with you all now…
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A couple of weeks back I told you all about our new art contest – I give you an actual script page from a comic book and you draw the page. A whole pile of you (over50!) responded and now we have all of the entries to show you all!
The top entry will be announced Sunday, based on YOUR votes, plus a judging panel that will include Andy Diggle, the noted comic book writer who wrote the page in question!
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One of the people who will be judging the winner of the first Temptation’s Page contest (see here for details about the contest, which involves drawing a page from an actual comic book script) is none other than Andy Diggle, the acclaimed comic book writer and editor who actually WROTE the page in question!
Pretty cool, huh?
Thanks to Andy for agreeing to be one of the judges!
Here’s a new comic book art contest! In the comments section recently, people were discussing how it is interesting to see different comic book artists interpreting the same comic book script. So it struck me that that would be a cool idea for a contest!
So I’ll put up one page from a comic book script by a notable comic book writer. If you want to participate, you will then draw that page and e-mail it to me at email@example.com by Saturday, March 5th. On Sunday, March 6th, I’ll post all the pages people have sent in. Then the readers will vote on who they think did the best job on the page (I might do a secret panel, as well, but there will definitely be a public voting option). Sounds fun, right?
Well, read on to see the first page, courtesy of Andy Diggle’s script for Batman Confidential #1 (which is, itself, courtesy of Andy’s website).
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