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The Valkyrie

9" x 12" Bristol board, Micron pens

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nice inks. hows your drawing process work?
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Weakest area.... her elbows. Once I saw them, couldn't unsee.
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I usually start with thumbnails, rough out at full size then lightbox. after lightboxing on to bristol i will tighten the pencils back up before inking.
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Weakest area.... her elbows. Once I saw them, couldn't unsee.
Ah yes forshortening is something that i am still studying, just have to keep at it.
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I usually start with thumbnails, rough out at full size then lightbox. after lightboxing on to bristol i will tighten the pencils back up before inking.
oh nice.
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Ah yes forshortening is something that i am still studying, just have to keep at it.
Foreshortening and perspective and both are ginormous hurdles to clear in order to do decent comic art, IMHO, and, yes, the only way to jump 'em is to practice, practice, practice! Looks like you're well on your way, though!
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