View Full Version : Final Destination - Sacrifice
07-31-2006, 04:23 PM
Now that it's out there, I thought I'd show some of the inks I did over a fantastic penciler named John Toledo.
Thanks for checking it out. :)
07-31-2006, 07:15 PM
Wow ed...That`s some power work! :eek:
07-31-2006, 11:15 PM
thumbs up - what a page - lot of details and explosion- you handled it very good.
Everything, EVERYTHING is awesome work. The texture work is amazing. Except on the rope. But I am willing to say that might just be because I can't quite see it at this size.
But easily some of your best work to date. And that's saying quite a bit.
08-01-2006, 06:59 AM
nice pencils by john. i believe i know/met this guy.. what comics is he doing right now?
the inks looks pretty fine, though i cant see too much of the details coz its small.
08-01-2006, 12:22 PM
This comic came the Final Destination 3 DVD (Circuit City Exclusive).
Very cool work.
08-01-2006, 03:31 PM
Very cool...is this an Arcana title?
08-09-2006, 07:50 AM
Rotin - Just trying to keep up with you my friend. :) You are tha man!
Thorcus - Many thanks! It was hard work in a lot of places but it was worth it over all.
Boy! - How've you been? Your comments here mean a lot to me. Very kind of you to say. The rope? Yeah, it kinda sucked a little, I think. I tried to make it appear as if it was that braided metal, ya know. Not sure if it worked all that well. Oh well, it's small print. :laugh:
denart - You know I have no idea. All I was told was that the pencils were by 'Toledo'. Since the book came out, I tried looking him up online and found nothing. Anyone here know Mr Toledo? Any info on projects? Thanks for taking the time to comment!
Deadfish07 - Exactly! Kudos to you man. Thanks for the compliments!
MrGranger - I was hired as a freelancer by Arcana but the book was published by Zenescope Entertainment. Thanks for the kind words to you too.
08-14-2006, 11:55 PM
Nice work, BW. Not an easy page to pull together. If I had to crit anything, it'd be to push the line weights even more since right now the figures don't quite pop as much in the inks as they do in the pencils. Kind of tough though because he used a darker line around them versus his fill shading that helped him with it. Overall, a well inked page.
08-15-2006, 02:41 AM
I have to give total kudos when it comes to the explosion. That is some hella nice work and carries a LOT of energy. I aint too fond of the pencils in places as they kind of seem to want the inker to "fix" things when that is half the time a pinkslip to whoever the poor inker may be. You did very well Ed, i am glad your penciller liked this work cause they are a tricky lot to work with.
08-16-2006, 12:07 AM
Jeremy - I see what you mean. The compliment, coming from such an excellent inker as yourself, is even more cool!
VANDAL - You know, sadly, I don't know if the penciler liked them or not. The editor I worked with seemed to though. I wish I could see/hear what Mr Toledo thought. Many thanks to you too, man. Means just a little more when it comes from fellow inkers. Not that everyone's opinions aren't cool to hear.
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