A sneak peek at the script for my secret project. More on my other blog, so please check that out!
I used a lot of reference for Hostage. Take this for instance. This is at Munich Airport, nine planes lined up for boarding- at the farthest end of the photo is a United Boeing 757, then a US Airways, or United Airlines, 737, then a Lufthansa A320, an Air Canada A330, then a Lufthansa A320, a … Continue reading Hostage: From Reference to Page #2
After the glamourous days of Hostage are over, life swings back into action once more. Summer homework. Swimming Classes. Rain, some days, like this picture. But am I done with my comics industry? No, sir. Hidden under a bunch of research, math workings, and lab notes, is a secret project no one knows about. Keep … Continue reading Back to Daily Life Once More
Character Studies 1: Vincent Vincent's sketches sort of look like he is Jacques's brother. So in Hostage, I tried to tweak that a little. Character Studies 2: Olav I based Olav after some guy called Dietrich in another graphic novel. Only Olav is a little less fat and his glasses are not tinted. Character … Continue reading Hostage: Character Studies
The long-anticipated graphic novel, Hostage, is OUT TODAY! If you are simply DYING to read Hostage, which I assume you are, then I have some good news. Click here to go to http://www.hostagegraphicnovel.wordpress.com to get your FREE SAMPLE today! Print versions are currently low, hopefully there are more in future. For now, I have reserved some … Continue reading Hostage: OUT TODAY!
Originally, I had the idea in my head about a layout from this graphic novel by Palle Schmidt, Stiletto: And that cover shot went this way: After a few days of sleeping on it, I thought, This so does not look right. So I found this old hitman movie on Google, Hitman: And stole it … Continue reading Hostage: Cover Anatomy
I got a REVIEW today from my buddy Mike Wieszcz. Here's what he says about Hostage. "Hostage is an amazing read with exceptional artwork. Ian Su has great raw talent with the mind of an artist. He combines his passion for the things around him and imagines a world yet lived but believable in every … Continue reading Hostage: Dial R for Review