Some new in-progress art courtesy of the great Jamar Logan giving a bit of a behind-the-scenes look at his digital workflow! I hope to have some more positive news on this particular front early next week! Please make sure to check out the fundraising campaign at http://www.indiegogo.com/stealth to help bring this project to life and even if you can’t support with money, definitely help spread the word! Thanks!
New Stealth webcomic update, I actually had a lot of internal struggles with the notion of Stealth cold-cocking a woman like that (even a power mimicking, assault rifle wielding woman) but ultimately I decided to stick with it. What do you readers out there think? As always, any questions and/or comments are welcome!
Here is a new interview with yours truly courtesy of the awesome Andre Owens and BuyIndieComics.com. The intro alone makes it worth reading, here is a snippet-
I came across Stealth, a webcomic, many years ago while searching around for Black super hero comics. Its creator is a super creative guy by the name of William Satterwhite. Will can discuss anything from the minutiae of the third day at the battle of Gettysburg to who should start at shortstop for the Atlanta Braves. Basically, he’s a really smart dude. I always learn something talking to this guy. We chatted below for a quick minute.
Who are you? Where do you live?
My name is William Satterwhite and I am a web design consultant and artist living in beautiful Douglasville, Georgia, just west of Atlanta. I’m a military brat born in Frankfurt, (West) Germany and have lived all over but most of my life has been spent in the suburbs of Atlanta.
Growing up, did you want to always be an artist?
Either an artist or Speaker of the House of Representatives, those were my main childhood goals. I guess you could say I had a very diverse set of interests.
New flyer design to promote the Stealth Indiegogo fundraiser (http://www.indiegogo.com/stealth) featuring some of art from the trading card set by Shawn Alleyne, Michael Carter, Raymond Sanders and Kristopher M. Mosby. Remember you can help bring both the graphic novel and the trading card set to print starting at less than the price of a pack of gum! And if you can’t make a donation for whatever reason, please help spread the word about this project, what you might not be able to contribute yourself someone else we might not otherwise reach might do twofold! Any and all help is greatly appreciated, thanks!