Here you can see a Supergirl page with colors to get an impression on how this will look in print:
I just stumbled across an old comic page (while working on another project) that I would like to share with you. This is a page from the comic ALPHA BETTIE which was written by ex-IDW editor Dan Taylor and unfortunately has not been printed yet. Sci-Fi has a hard time in comics.
I can’t show any game related work I did over the last years, so I have done a little personal concept art sample over the weekend. I call it “Fearless”.
Here is a making of gif animation showing some of the steps:
This is a digital comic sample page to demonstrate my digital pencils.
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Just some digital warmup sketches I want to share. The first one I did not finish and both are just quick ones done completely from imagination. Technically done using a Wacom Cintiq and Adobe Photoshop.
The image shows the digital process as I make my comic book illustrations. The pencil drawing was kept very simple, as I have then inked them myself. Pencil drawing, ink and colors, all created with a Wacom Cintiq using Clip Studio and Photoshop.
While trying out my new software Clip Studio Paint EX I did a quick blueline sketch of Supergirl. And because I really like how the dynamics in original sketch art look like I tried to capture some of the dynamics by directly doing the inks over the layouts.
I like some of the results and probably will stick to this approach when working on sequentials. In comics everything is about dynamics… so I think this will work. What do you think? Would you read a comic with this kind of style or do your prefer a more “traditional clean” look?