REPUBLIC GRAPHIC NOVEL IMAGES: The Texans, Part One
Republic, The Graphic Novel
Book: http://tiny.cc/20hqux Kindle: http://tiny.cc/u3hqux
Republic The Graphic Novel utilized a unique Photoshop Action to render the landscapes, people, and the weaponry to give the 187-page full-color book a semi-realistic look. The Photoshop action was a photo-illustrative technique developed by author/illustrator Lucas Cole to give the high resolution landscapes, in particular, a gritty look and feel without disturbing the natural blue and clouds of the Texas sky.
The action was applied, sparing the sky, but washing the town, characters, and objects in a slightly roughened cast to make things look dusty, rumpled, worn, and essentially somewhat realistic considering the comic-like medium for graphic novels.
Kindle only: Digital version of graphic novel, Republic, released today
With 187 full color pages, highly detailed illustrations, and enhanced viewing, this graphic novel, REPUBLIC, uses breakthrough photo-illustrative techniques in its story about the downfall of the U.S. in a new era of steam. Texas remains the final Republic in the western hemisphere and the powers aligned against the defiant Texas make a ruthless strike against the border town of Wisdom. A handful of Texans, led by two former U.S. Army Rangers, stand their ground. More than a graphic novel: a prophetic look at the possibilities threatening us in the dark days ahead.
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Print version printed by CreateSpace.
Kindle version compiled with Amazon’s Kindle Comic Creator.