06 March 2008


The latest work of the Power pack was announced. The preview in this issue is here.
However, I was surprised at the colors. Green of with a yeiiow tint seems to overlay to the whole of the picture. I hope the color return when it is printed.

I am always worried about the difference of the shade of a PC and the printed matter...ummmm
Above is original image. Below is an image of the preview.


Eric said...

I also hope you will have the original colors too. Wow, glad to see this new issue coming out, I will definitely go to get it! :)

Niko Geyer said...

I have been a long-time fan of your works and I have been following the entries on your Japanese blog for a long time. I just now found your English blog and I'm glad I will be able to post my own comments now!

I'm really looking forward to the new Power Pack books, but this color change has me worried as well. Here's to hoping it's just a minor screw-up with the online presentation...

Hai said...

Yay! Finally an English blog! I'm also one of your biggest fans! I love what you did in Power Pack and I can't wait for you to do more of them!

Awesome work. You guys are definitely an inspiration.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to see these printed!

Gurihiru said...

Yes, It is difficult to match printed media with PC.
Hope my fear is groundless...
Please look forward to new issue of Power Pack!

Niko Geyer, Hai-
Thanks for visits, and thank you for the kind words!
I began to make this English blog at the end of last year. I'm a poor English, but foreign peoples visit my blog, so I`m glad that I opened this.
I'm happy many ones loves Power Pack! Arigato-.

kyubikitsy- Hallo! kyubikitsy. PPDO #1 art by Gurihiru is put on the market in March 26.
Have a fun!

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to leave you an update - I purchased the first issue of this arc and indeed, the colors have a green tint to them. Noticeable, but not distracting~

Anonymous said...

If found the same problem when seeing my onw colors on the promotions. I think it has to do with kind off cmyk visualization of some programs, that can change the file once saved. For instance when you see an cmyk file with acdsee program, the colors seem too intense and distorted. Hopefuly the final printed page can be darker (another nightmare) but closer to the original file.

Great blog, great drawings, keep the good work.