Friday, February 4, 2011

Inking style test

8 comments:

Dougmian said...

Your tests inspire me a lot!! I like this inking style!

Megan Nicole Dong said...

Wow! Looks fantastic.

OV! said...

really cool.

>oVi

Frankie Swan said...

i love finding blogs like yours!
amazingly helpful stuff.

JP said...

Are you inking digitally? Do you plan to fully animate this, and if so, how would you keep the line work consistent?

tokyobanana said...

I prefer your other technique of ink , when you only insist on dynamic lines it gives something more realistic , I mean in real life nobody got lines and this is so better when there's no graphic distance between the BG and the character , I remember a" making of "based on ink techniques of "blood the last vampyre " with terada at characters designs, and there was a girl explaining her own techniques of "ink" . She used a 0.1mm and this only to make no difference between characters ligt effects ,and background , it was in a realistic style but I understand her will to be close to reality with a graphic view ,in a graphic way . We are are doing everyday some designs but it's obviously a way to emphasys , transform and do a kind of antropomorphism or metaphor , so sometime it's fun to find a way to give by drawings a sort of " graphic eye" .Pff sorry for the pamphlet , and there's nothing link to your drawings of course I'm talking to myself about things sometime but don't mind and ZBBBBBLLLAAAHHHH your drawings are everytime so good , I think it's the first thing I would say and I write a novel . Bye and as usual it rocks !

tokyobanana said...

to sum up:I prefer your "skater" technnique of ink ...
bye this once for good .
and I was about to forget sorry for my english I'm trying to learn and improve that's tricky

Trevor Spencer said...

this is GREAT! love the angle that you chose to draw this in. nice and dynamic:)