Kevin Marshall. Comic writer and artist lives in Seattle Washington USA. He makes literate photo-comics.
Here are comics as sophisticated as you are.
These comics are as high quality as a coffee table photo book. They are made up of drawing, photography, other digital processes and are based on Marshall's own literary short stories. He writes about people you could possibly meet. No superheroes, battles and few scantily clad women. The protagonists face the kinds of trouble modern life brings. This includes those troubles that people did not imagine before cell phones, social media and powerful computers
The world is stranger and more complex than people often give it credit for. These comics give an abstracted but more accurate report than the photos or words by themselves can.
Literate means the prose stories that the comics are based on are Marshall's imaginative creations.
Photo-comics. Most of these images originate in a photograph. He takes photos, he draws on photos, he makes 3D models, and he uses photoshop in what he believes are creative ways.
Plot, character, and setting such as: “…who, under the influence of liquor, reveals an important secret…” Sometimes protagonists speak their lines from a panel. Other times I use block text.
Click! That photo has depth (of field sometimes) do not delete. [photography]
Pencil, crosshatch, pencil, pencil, crosshatch, pencil, pencil. There, those eyes and mouth are smiling serious. [drawing]
Zoom in, rotate to view above, expand object, render……keep it. [3D modeling]
Duplicate layer, erase, erase, change opacity to 30%, Gaussian blur…done! [Photoshop]