Tuesday, November 03, 2009

One Night, One Chance

I got the OK from writer and One Night Stand mastermind, David Hopkins, to show a panel from our one page story, No Good Vagrant. I'm very happy with the way the page turned out.

Diamond will not be shipping any new comics during the week of December 30th, so David Hopkins is offering a ONE NIGHT STAND. It's mini-comic which contains a series of one-page vignettes, each story a collaboration with one of 32 different artists. The goal is to distribute free copies of ONE NIGHT STAND to indie-friendly retailers across North America. The stores can then sell those copies to customers looking for something new on December 30th.

David is a talented writer and I jumped at the chance to work with him. We have talked about doing something bigger when time permits. You can find more information on how to support Hopkins' book, One Night Stand, and maybe get yourself some cool extras, too!

Now, I offered the page to David to be part of the Kickstarter bonus original art level, but it looks like he has enough art to supply that demand. So, since I've been very bad at actually putting together an official Jason Copland Newsletter (look to the right side of this page... above the links... and sign up!), I'll be issuing a Newletter with the chance to win that particular page from the upcoming One Night Stand comic! Go join now and expect a newsletter with the details next Monday! I'll pay the postage to anywhere the winner lives.

*edit* if you already belong to the JCN, then you are already good to go!

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Blogger Steve said...

great panel, Jason. I really like it when you pull back on the spotted blacks and leave the lineart open. It's a different look that I enjoy a lot. It would be fun to color something in this style.

Er, I mean colour, of course.

November 03, 2009 9:50 AM  
Blogger Jason Copland said...

Ha! Thanks, Steve!

I've been drawing with open line art for a long time and have only recently started doing more spotted black work. I think Ill end up hitting a happy medium between the two that will satisfy both my drawing sensibilities.

I would LOVE to have you work your magic over my lines but I don't think I can afford you! :)

November 03, 2009 11:00 PM  
Blogger Ian Explosivo said...

I love this kind of stuff. So indie! And it looks great too. Gosh darn J. Copland!

November 04, 2009 5:29 PM  
Blogger Cal Slayton said...

I was looking around to see if I could find any other contributors who have posted anything from their pages and found yours. Very, very cool man.

I posted a panel from mine a few days ago.

November 05, 2009 1:26 PM  
Blogger Jason Copland said...

Ian - Thanks, man.

Cal - Thanks for checking the post out! I'll head over to your blog right now and see what you've got going.

November 09, 2009 7:19 AM  

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