View Full Version : Teen Titans no25 pg20 inks
11-09-2006, 09:34 PM
Here's a page by Matthew Clark from his run on Teen Titans. Amazingly talented guy and nice as hell, too. He has a tight style of pencilling with detailed rendering. You don't see it in this page as much since I was concentrating on figures and hair (I hate inking hair, so I figured I should practice), but some of his other pages would take me days to finish. As always, crits are welcome and appreciated. I've linked the high rez image in case anyone wants to see it big.
High Rez (http://s92887254.onlinehome.us/TeenTitans_No25_Pg20_inkBIT.tif)
11-10-2006, 05:41 PM
11-10-2006, 07:32 PM
Now that's some nice inkin'!! -R
11-11-2006, 02:43 AM
Nice job. :thumbs:
11-11-2006, 04:44 AM
I like it if its traditional inks. :thumbs: If its digital then I hate it. :whistlin: I have my doubts if its inked in a traditional way because of the smoke in certain spots, the super thick line under her chin and the back of his head, the odd shaped highlight on her shoulder, the glowing eye with strange shadows beneath it. Now drumroll please ......................is it digital or not?
And the answer is???.........
11-11-2006, 11:59 AM
very nice, nice touch.
11-11-2006, 03:06 PM
Thanks guys! Zpro1, it's 100% traditional. 99% brush with some marker on the forward arm in panel 2 and 2 straight blast lines. The smoke is dry brushed. My feathering was never this good when I worked digital. :(
11-11-2006, 03:15 PM
Whewwww! Thank god its not digital. :banana: I'm tired of guys doing that stuff. They think they're doing something great by using some fancy puter tablet. :laugh: I think it shows more character if the inks are done by hand. Now keep inking and dont turn to the dark side. :p
ps Wacom tablets arent evil its just the people who use them.
If your a colorist then its ok to use them just dont overshadow the inks or else :eek:
11-11-2006, 07:01 PM
if you couldnt tell the difference then.... why does it matter....
.... just food for thought...
11-12-2006, 02:58 PM
Actually, I started out as a digital inker but was forced into traditional tools because I started getting commission requests and they wanted inks over the original pencils. After developing a comfort with a brush, I just kept pursuing it until it became my tool of choice. For me it is more delicate and expressive and I always had trouble getting nice feathering with my Wacom. I think that for production, use whatever you want that gets the job done at the highest quality you can create. I like traditional tools, but still use PS to modify the inks as needed. I try not to limit my toolbox since that can mean death to a career in commercial art.
11-12-2006, 04:38 PM
Young grasshopper, The carrierone you will learn in time. All will be clear. Just read what Jeremy wrote very carefully. $$$ Money matters with orginal inks. Tablet inks stinks. :laugh: Ok they're good for filling in lage areas of black or borders. Show us another one Jeremy. :banana:
11-12-2006, 05:15 PM
nice job dude. :)
11-12-2006, 07:11 PM
Brush inking rules!! Very nice job, Jeremy.
11-13-2006, 02:16 PM
I like very muchfo your work friend!!!
11-13-2006, 02:25 PM
I'm in awe.
11-13-2006, 02:48 PM
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