Part III - Ok, I've now begun to spot the blacks on the page. I went in with a Staedtler 0.25 and cut the areas that needed blacks added. Then, I used my brush to lay it in. For the large area in panel 2, I used a Q-tip to fill it in (Yes, it WORKS). I know that alot of tense dialogue is happening in this page, so I added a bit more darkness to the male character's face...so that when I begin my hatching, I will add 2 the drama by accentuating certain features in his face.
A fan asked me to also specify different ink rendering(s) of textures. I will on my next post, once I go in and start inking the fine details. This portion is basically building your foundation: make sure that when u spot your blacks, it makes SENSE. No point in having spotting occurring all over the place. Consider your light sources: where is it coming from? How does it relate to the characters in question? Food 4 thought, young padwan. :)
I'm back. :-)
Just wanted to throw up some recent inks I've done over penciler David Finch. It's been about 2 years since I've inked some of his pencils for samples, and I wanted to see how my newer ink style would look over his stuff.
I am also working on issue #2 of The Unforgiving. I have some news to spill as well, but I am waiting on the greenlight. Once received, believe me: it will be a VERY good thing, indeed.
Now, onto the page: enjoy!