Chloe and Clare Swimsuit Pics. Colored

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Chloe and Clare Swimsuit Pics. Colored

Postby macrokat » Wed Jun 23, 2010 5:18 pm

Main thread for the storie's gettin' kinda long, so here's the Swimsuit pics. from page 27 in color.
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Postby Kewney » Wed Jun 23, 2010 5:45 pm

Looks pretty nice :D
I am always surprised to suddenly see Clare in black, since it doesn't look so in black and white... weird
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Postby macrokat » Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:13 pm

Kewney wrote:Looks pretty nice :D
I am always surprised to suddenly see Clare in black, since it doesn't look so in black and white... weird


Yeah, that's purely a matter of cost and time, Without using all my black markers to shade my comics I go through pens and markers like crazy.

For basic framing and coloring normal markers are fine, I actually like the new Bic Mark-it markers allot, they're really inexpensive (comparatively) and unlike other markers they blend incredibly well you don't end up with streaks and other marks like most markers have.

Use a basic 4h artist pencil for the sketchwork, makes soft lines that easily erase leaving less mess.

For the actual inking I've tried allot of pens, the ones I like are Faber Castell PITT ink pens, they're a very rich black and comparably priced to Micron pens, as far as that goes, I feel they're smoother than Microns in how they spread, I've already gone through a couple sets of those in a pretty short timespan.

Soo... big tangent there, but basically I'd rather use photoshop to do black fill-ins, since actual pens, etc. gets a little pricey. It'd also be hard to draw since I'd have to remember to invert the colors, leaving Clare's eyes and mouth white while drawing.

I feel the same way though, seeing her colored is a huge difference.
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Postby Marcusaralius76 » Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:56 pm

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