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Old 01-10-2018, 01:59 PM   #1
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Old 01-10-2018, 09:00 PM   #2
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the image is so small its kinda hard to see what you have done. Finch is a typically tight penciller but a person really has to know what they are doing to not ruin his art..and it could be so easy to do. but its hard to judge here...

it looks like it could use a more sure hand.. but i know that inking can be really fun and its always a neat challenge to take on something that requires such high skill.

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After watching Jimmy Reyes videos inking various Finch pieces, itís understandable how daunting it would be to actually ink Finchís pencils (probably right up there with Jim Lee, Ivan Reis and Neal Adams). Requires a light, precise touch that will remain true to the pencil work, yet still add to it, as well (I wouldíve loved to have seen Dick Giordano ink Finch!).

That having been said, while this rendering is still recognizable AS a Finch piece, I think you may have gone a bit overboard on inking it because the finished rendering looks a little muddy and itís difficult to see all the fine, detail work that Finch is known for. May I ask if this was inked digitally or on paper? Either way, exercise a little more restraint and I think youíll end up with a better final result. Kudos for tackling Finch, though...
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