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Generally, I don't see the lettering work until a while after I've finished my part, so maybe that remark is more from the letterer's point of view.
I think both colorists and letterers do think of the flow and beats and where your eye is going down a page very heavily, so in that sense, you do both need to be on the same page.
MARTÍN MORAZZO: The Ice Cream Man and his truck were the only designs we made before having the final scripts! had a sharp idea of what he wanted: a handsome guy in his 40s, blonde with blue eyes, but, most importantly, he had to express goodness and trust! thought it would be great if we gave him and his truck a 1950s look, so there we went!
I used some '50s actors as reference, some pictures of old ice cream trucks, and the designs came out really easy!
As for the primary colors, here’s an actual transcript, verbatim, of a thing I have written down in my notebook: mix simple ideas—loneliness, horror, despair—into something more complex and magical.
But I think you need some sort of glue or connective tissue to justify doing a book like that as a monthly comic.
So I kept writing, and eventually the chapters started to coalesce in my dumb head around a central storyteller, who slowly came to reveal himself to me as a peddler of ice cream..may or may not be god, the devil, or something else entirely.
This particular ICE CREAM MAN is no different, except some decadent details that’ll make you squirm and think twice about those classic tasty treats. Maxwell Prince, Martín Morazzo, & Chris O’Halloran, a veritable ice cream truck crew, as they serve up a variety of tales that’ll tickle your tastebuds—and the back of your neck!
BRITTANY MATTER: ICE CREAM MAN is a series of one-shot tales with at least one consistent character, the Ice Cream Man, who’s on the periphery of each issue.