Here’s a time-lapse replay of the inking process on the Battlechasers piece.
Rogue from the X-Men has always been one of my favorite comic book characters, and nobody draws her better than Joe Madureira. I found this online that I believe he sketched last year. It was a hoot to lay digital inks over this. I did this entirely in Procreate, and it didn’t take very long, as there’s no background. It looked like a little snow on the sketch, but I decided to do that on a seperate layer, and it doesn’t need it. Joe Mad is one of my favorite artists, and I’d love to ink him for real one day.
I inked this page from pencils by Joe Mad last week in my quest to get my inking skills back up to a professional level. It’s been a while since I inked anything for a major publisher, and I would like to get some more credits to my name in 2020.
Here’s a time lapse version of the inking process on the Batman vs Demon piece.
I inked this piece to continue getting my hand back after a break from comics. Like the sample I posted yesterday, this one also is a Batman cover from pencils by David Finch. The scan was found online and was of a good enough resolution that I could see all of the details. This one was also entirely done in Procreate.
Here’s a time-lapse replay of the inking process on Batman.
I took this one at the local marina, shortly after sunrise.
I just finished inking this Batman cover over pencils by David Finch as a sample piece. It was done entirely in Procreate on the iPad Pro. I took a few months away from comics recently to get other parts of my life in order, and I need to get my hand back in the game. This cover is incredibly detailed, but it went surprisingly fast. It was from a scan found online, so I didn’t have the full resolution to work from, but it was good enough that it turned out nice and clean. I’d love to ink David’s work for real.
Made an early morning trip to the beach today.
I caught this one at that perfect moment, just as the sun was coming up and the fog was still hugging the trees.