Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Olympian Knockout PDF

The illustrated story format of Olympian Knockout is a go!



Although I'm still unable to do an eBook with a 16 x 9 ratio, I've adjusted and fit the images within the 9 x 7 boundary without much problem.  To compensate for the change in ratio and to make things look nicer all around, I removed the speech bubbles and dialog.  The onomatopoeia and little actions are still there.

Also, the PDF's images are now 1400 x 1089, bigger and more crisp than the Tuskar comic's image resolution of 1000 x 778.  These images are even a bit larger than the ones posted here.

Extras and Updates:
  • Parts of the story and dialog have been remixed and enhanced compared to the version posted here.
  • 8 new post-fight renders have been created.
  • 1,224 words of extra story written as companion text for the new renders.

Specifications:
  • File size: 21 MB
  • Pages: 69 total (37 renders, 28 story text pages, and 4 pages for cover, credits, extras splash, and rear)
  • Language: English
  • File format: PDF (readable on computers and eReaders; more info here)
  • No annoying DRM; open on as many devices as you want

Thanks, everyone, for your support!  I put a lot of love and effort into making it great, so I hope that you enjoy this definitive version of Olympian Knockout!

6 comments:

  1. Just purchased this at Lulu, and, at the risk of being repetitive, it's a Knockout! Superbly done, well worth every penny (and then some!), and I feel good supporting your ongoing efforts to bring us the best. Thank you!

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    1. Thank you, Sean! I appreciate that very much!

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  2. Basically the same comment as Sean!

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    1. Thank you much! You guys are really great.

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  3. I purchased it and, once again, it's excellent. I love the story and the added panels and details make it well worth the price. I know I said this last time, but I want to reiterate for folks the value ... comics are $3.99 for a 20-page fraction of an arc, while here you get an entire story for basically the same price.

    I'm hoping to see Gorilla one day ... is part of any future plans?

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    1. Thank you, Alex. That really means a lot to me.

      You guys keep asking for Gorilla! *grins* I honestly didn't have any plans for him initially, but... well, since you guys want me to do something with him, I'd be happy to give him (and maybe his partner Goliath) a fleshing out and use him in a story sometime.

      Thanks again, man.

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