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Old 07-14-2020, 06:14 AM   #1
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Moebius influenced comic - The Visitor

Hi group.
I've been experimenting with digital painting and have become interested in producing a short comic in this style with cinematic influences in the storytelling.

These are the first pages I have completed as a taste. It'll probably end up at 6-8 pages max I guess.

I mentioned the Moebius influence because it derives from his type of sparse desert dream like settings and characters.

Hope you guys like it and with some encouragement I'll manage to complete it.



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Old 07-21-2020, 11:18 PM   #2
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Pretty elegant man. How did you do the colors?
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Thanks alot Angel for mentioning it. I really appreciate it.

It's done directly in procreate app on the ipad. It's like photoshop with selectable brush types that can replicate charcoal, oil, waterpaint. I use a bit of everything by experimenting and seeing the effect. And also there is a really helpful smudge tool that you can use to blur the colours.

I hope I have helped you somewhat
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Looks great! Very "painterly" style.

Does kinda tempt me to get more into digital... Having all those tools to experiment with, more easily than really messing with oils, etc.. Plus not having to scan or be limited by scanner size.. I don't know, I've been kind of a holdout so far. Just use digital sometimes for "post production" effects or elements. But I can see the appeal.
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