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Old 02-24-2019, 03:12 PM   #1
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Northlanders sample pages - Juha Halme

Hi all!

Here is some sample pages i did from the Northlanders script by Brian Wood. I found the script from comicbookscriptarchive.com. Fully traditional workflow. Inked with a brush. A ton of errors but the journey continues!

More stuff from me: https://www.instagram.com/juhahalme/





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Old 02-25-2019, 07:19 AM   #2
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They look cool. It's a style suitable for a fast read which I like.

Critique wise:

I can't ignore the 2nd panel in page 1 where his right arm looks enlongated and twisting.

The pencils looked better and the flow lines of fabric more correct and disciplined on his arm.

Also the lying body looks like it has giant legs compared to the man standing. Maybe he is a giant in the story I don't know.

You could also have included the dead body in the background of some panel in page 2 for better continuity.

I would suggest trying to follow simple flow lines where there is clothing especially on the arms. Alot of times they look like the arms are twisting because of the many back and forth ink lines.

Other than that, it is a clear, easy to read and follow style I enjoyed.

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Old 02-26-2019, 04:12 AM   #3
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They look cool. It's a style suitable for a fast read which I like.

Critique wise:

I can't ignore the 2nd panel in page 1 where his right arm looks enlongated and twisting.

The pencils looked better and the flow lines of fabric more correct and disciplined on his arm.

Also the lying body looks like it has giant legs compared to the man standing. Maybe he is a giant in the story I don't know.

You could also have included the dead body in the background of aome panel in page 2 for better continuity.

I would suggest trying to follow simple flow lines where there is clothing especially on the arms. Alot of times they look like the arms are twisting because of the many back and forth ink lines.

Other than that, it is a clear, easy to read and follow style I enjoyed.

-Danos Philopoulos
https://dfilop.wixsite.com/danosstudios
https://www.instagram.com/danos_studios/
Thank you Sir for your feedback! I really appreciate it!
Good things to keep in mind in the future!
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