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Colorist Page from “The Hunger of Princess Nampi” Comic

July 2, 2010

This is a one-of-a-kind piece from the production of the Dark Horse Comic “Jabba the Hutt: The Hunger of Princess Nampi.” As I understand it, the page was first drawn in pencil by one artist, inked by another, and then the colorist (in this case, Matt Webb) used watercolors to color in a copy of the inked page. This was used as a guide to show what colors should be used on the final comic book page. You can see notes in the form of numbers and letters that indicate which colors were to be used in various places. As I understand it, the actual final page was colored by computer. There are a number of differences between this page and that final version, including the addition of a background behind Jabba and Nampi. Click either image to get a larger view.

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