Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Illustrator Inking

I could probably be a fairly accurate inker with some more practice. I might have a use for producing "tight" inks at some point.


MrGoodson2 said...

Ack. This is a mess. Exported it large enough to really see the flaws. Really satisfied too early on the arms and hands.

JMG said...

Did you customize a brush or use a default one?

MrGoodson2 said...

I used default round calligraphy brushes with custom settings for the sensitivity.
Mainly to allow them to go from max skinny to max fat.
Divided the tone lines from the main character lines.
Gray tone on it's own layer. Nothing fancy

Surly Bird said...

I'm digging it, Ellis. Vector drawing is the best.

Davis Chino said...

I really like the right-hand boot. And the rest of it is pretty good, too!

I see what you mean about the arms/hands, but there was some shaky stuff in the drawing, too.

Fun! Get ready to ink some comic books!

MrGoodson2 said...

Marty. There's no pint on inking comic books these days. Just put that pencil in with levels adjusted. Unless it's a look demanded by a big publisher. I'm going to adjust this an re export it. I'll do the forehaed over again and go over a few things bugging me. Publish it in this same slot.
The exercise was to see how much fidelity I could bring to some fun pencils.