STAN, For The Love of Horror

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‘‘STAN is a classic indie horror, expect blood, lots of blood’’

For The Love of Horror attendee

For The Love of Horror is one of the biggest horror conventions in the country with over 20,000 guests over the weekend of Halloween. Attendees really go to spookytown in their horror and Halloween costumes, ready to frighten even the bravest.

2000

Issues printed

981

Issues sold

19

Total contributors

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The audience at For The Love of Horror really know their genre and the outfits are stunning. We needed to create a character for this event that not only resonated with the crowd but also inspired them and felt authentic. To achieve this, we created Stan, the giant masked murderer.

Finished Comic

Our Process

Step 1 - The Web of Ideas
Step 1 - The Web of Ideas

Concept spider diagram

We start our creative process by brainstorming ideas and concepts using a spider diagram. We write the central idea in the middle of the page and explore related ideas branching out in different directions.
Step 2 - Drawing Outside the Box
Step 2 - Drawing Outside the Box

Concept Art

Our team of artists and designers collaborates to develop the visual style and direction for the comic. We create character designs, environment designs, mood boards, storyboards, and reference materials.
Step 3 - The Write Stuff
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Step 3 - The Write Stuff

Script writing

Our writers create a detailed script that outlines the story, dialogue, and action of the comic. The script includes panel descriptions and page layouts.
Step 4 - The Red Pen of Doom
Step 4 - The Red Pen of Doom

Client reviews

We share the comic concept, script, and artwork with the client or publisher and gather feedback and revisions.
Step 5 - Pencil Me In
Step 5 - Pencil Me In

Sketches

We create rough pencil sketches that lay out the composition and detail of each panel of the comic.
Step 6 - The Fine Line
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Step 6 - The Fine Line

Inks

Our artists trace over the pencil sketches with ink, creating the final line art.
Step 7 - Colour Me Impressed
Step 7 - Colour Me Impressed

Colours

We apply color to the line art, either digitally or by hand, to bring the comic to life.
Step 8 - Let's Get Typographical
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Step 8 - Let's Get Typographical

Lettering

Our team adds dialogue, captions, and sound effects to the comic pages. This can be done by hand or digitally.
Step 9 - The Final Countdown
Step 9 - The Final Countdown

Print

Finally, we send the completed comic to a printer for publication and distribution.
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