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jpruitt0692002
08-28-2016, 09:34 AM
Hi all! Here are the first inks I have done in quite some time so any constructive feedback would be greatly appreciated! Pencils by Dario Brizuela!

http://i1259.photobucket.com/albums/ii553/joe_pruitt1/SCOOBYDOO_TEENTITANSGO_SAMPLE_FINAL_WITH_PENCILS_0 1_zps8dlboeyu.jpg (http://s1259.photobucket.com/user/joe_pruitt1/media/SCOOBYDOO_TEENTITANSGO_SAMPLE_FINAL_WITH_PENCILS_0 1_zps8dlboeyu.jpg.html)

http://www.deviantart.com/download/631027639/scoobydoo_teentitansgo_sample_final_with_pencils_0 _by_xxpohgoxx-dafp41j.jpg?token=de19362bf0140cebd6090258419e8df0 add098c6&ts=1472389007

The Spirit
08-28-2016, 11:19 AM
This is great!

jpruitt0692002
08-28-2016, 07:12 PM
Thanks!!!

Arden Belfry
09-01-2016, 03:29 PM
Nice very clean

Steve Colle
09-03-2016, 12:00 AM
You've stayed true to the original pencils, I'll give you that. Unfortunately, this is a two-edged sword because though the inks are faithful, you also have incomplete lines such as the pattern on the floor and the open page of the book on the upper right of the image. Another problem lies in the line weight, where there's very little that has thinner lines, such as the plant. What this causes is a lack of of distinction between foreground/middle ground/background and strengthening character presence amongst the set pieces. For example, the line of Robin's cape that follows the same direction as the lines in the mirror look to be the same thickness which, when uncoloured, can give the impression the line of the cape is in fact a mirror line. Thicker lines also appear more solid, meaning that the lines in the mirror could be physically drawn on the glass vs. representing what they should be. For the pages of the books, as another example, you should have gone with thinner line weights to reflect the thinness of paper vs. the thickness of cardboard. Choose your line weight carefully.

jpruitt0692002
09-10-2016, 01:44 PM
thanks Arden and thank you so much for the in depth feedback, Steve. I will keep that all in mind while working on future pages. Thanks again!!!