Off Panel #115: An Economy of Lines with Paul Azaceta
On this week’s episode of Off Panel, artist Paul Azaceta joins the show to discuss his work on the Image/Skybound title, Outcast. He discusses how he got started in comics, the Alex Toth influence, finding efficiencies in his art, his process on Outcast, the benefits of digital art, how his process has evolved, why he and colorist Elizabeth Breitweiser jive so well, Outcast’s covers, whether he as trepidatious about signing onto the project, the value of working on an ongoing, the book’s inset panels, and more.
You can find Azaceta on Twitter and his work in Outcast from Image/Skybound.
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Header image is from cover of Outcast #1, art by Azaceta and Elizabeth Breitweiser. Intro and outro music is Vulfpeck’s Outro from their album Vollmilch. Thanks to the band for letting me use the track.