The Process Of Creating ‘Night Terror’ Feature In ‘The Art Of Comic Books’

Earlier this year LRMonline brought you an exclusive feature from Tim Nardelli focusing on the process of making the comic book Night Terror.  The feature goes into the entire process from start to finish it took to create an original comic book.

Probably the most overlooked process in creating a comic book is in the first step, the script.  While popular in the film and television medium, comic book scripts are just as important as the visuals to a comic book.  When Tim started to the process to create Night Terror he had to sit down and take his vision and put it down in script format.  This allowed Tim to plan out the story and also give inspiration for the visuals.

After the script is finished then Tim goes into the storyboarding process.  Very similar to laying out the visual look of a film, the storyboards for a comic give the team an idea of how the comic book pages should look like.  In regard to Night Terror, Tim wanted to have a dark-scary presence for his story.  While most comic books in the early days were focused towards young children.  Comic books created more recently have targeted a more mature audience especially in the horror genre.  Tim’s vision for Night Terror is a darker theme and he wanted to tap into the fear of his readers.

The concept of Night Terror follows the main character, Matt Daio, as he faces his inner demon The Demonolith.  Once the script and storyboard are finalized then Tim was able to put together the actual comic book pages.  In the feature The Art of Comic Books Tim shows the process of bringing his concept into a visual narrative.

You can check out more about Tim’s overall experience creating the comic book Night Terror.  The Art of Comic Books is an LRM Exclusive that has been a success with our audience.  Tim Nardelli takes us through the process it took to create his soon-to-be-released comic book Night Terror.  While there are many informative features out there about comic books, what makes The Art of Comic Books unique is its in-depth view of how much work it takes to make a comic book.  From the simple steps like making a storyboard to the complicated process of developing a character from descriptive words to visual art.  The journey is a complicated process and Tim does a great job of sharing the challenges he encounters making his vision come to life. You can check out the feature below and make sure to check back for other exclusives such as interviews with the production team.

Related: The Art Of Comic Books Exclusive Art Stills | LRM Exclusive

The feature covers the entire process of creating a comic book starting with the script, to storyboarding, conceptualizing, drawing, and coloring. Tim Nardelli will take us through the journey as he brings his newest comic Night Terror to life. His accomplishments include working on the Emmy-winning series Dark/Web on Amazon Prime and Circle which is on Netflix. In addition, Tim has worked on numerous art projects ranging from logo art to graphic designs. Make sure to check out LRM for The Art Of Comic Books exclusives.

 

Make sure to check back on LRMonline to see us go more in-depth with Tim about the process of making Night Terror and The Art of Comic Books.

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