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Old 11-24-2017, 09:59 PM   #1
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Inking David Finch Wolvering

Click Here to watch a video of me inking this image


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Old 11-24-2017, 10:04 PM   #2
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that uh... looks pretty damn awesome. I cant tell...is this digital or traditional? either way, amazing work.. Ink me sometime would ya?!?

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Great video, Jimmy! Lots of good information on tools and techniques. Inking digitally might be easier and cleaner, but it doesnt have the soul of ink on paper, IMHO.
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Rob, it was inked traditionally you can watch as I ink the image by clicking the link above. I am going to make my next video on a page from a book I'm inking I got permission to show a page.

Jeff thank you for taking the time to view my video and comment. I like Traditional and there's a niche market for original art which can add to your income. I'm not against digital there are pros and cons to each. For me I prefer traditional.
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Wow. Anyone who dares ink Finch's Art has my utmost respect.
This piece looks so great. Congratulations and go for more Jimmy.
Very good video as well. Good tips and advice.


I particularly like the idea of these sort of foam grips you are using in the 102 nib holder.

PS: I just saw your next video about inking tools .Clever.
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Great job, Jimmy!
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