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megrar
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more panel inks

Post by megrar » Wed Jan 10, 2007 11:22 am

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reworking pages is so much harder than just doing them well in the first place.

critique/advice is deeply appreciated!

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Post by AmericanNinjaX » Wed Jan 10, 2007 11:40 am

Hey Meg, I've seen your work on Deviantart before and I've always felt a love for it's charm. So it's great to see you here as well.

I love the styling and weight to the inking through all these pieces. There's one tiny minute thing that sticks out as a possible critique. I notice that you have a great deal of heavy blacks and organic lineflow throughout these pieces, the only place any variation seems to be lacking is in the faces. I think small weight changes in the facial lines would compliment the rest of the pieces really well. Tiny things, like a hint of heavier lineweight on the undercurves of the noses, or some on the upper eyeline.

The depth that the rest of the pieces have is phenomenal, though.

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Post by Nofret » Wed Jan 10, 2007 11:59 am

I'll agree with AmericaNinjaX on the crits (hi you! Nice to see you on here!): a slightly darker shadows on some of the facial feature will help them pop out a tiny bit more - important if you're planning to keep the art B&W. With colours, your thin lines may work as the colours will be doing the job of sculpting the features.
Apart from that, beautiful lines, clear solid drawings.

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Post by ChadTHX1138 » Sat Jan 13, 2007 9:00 pm

nice work you have here...i look forward to more.
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Post by aaron » Sun Jan 14, 2007 12:48 am

yea, I agree with AmericanNinjaX. But I would keep it in the face, the line weight variations that is. I actually, stylistically like the same line weight everywhere else.

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Post by lifelibertyland » Sun Jan 14, 2007 9:17 am

I dunno where everyone's seeing this line weight variation. It looks to me as though the drawings were outlined with a single nib and the black areas were filled with a brush, or brush pen. But the lines are pretty consistant, no change in weight. That just appears to be the style of maintaining consistant line form.

I think the 2nd drawing is the strongest. I really like the fact youy're begun to use the black as a color not just a shadow and letting the white become the outline (around the armor and the little boy/girl's shirt.)

The only thing I would like to see is some more mid tones, maybe a little crosshatching or something to develop a greyscale, otherwise you're not using enough black.

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Post by Mbellamy » Wed Jan 17, 2007 2:54 pm

I love your inking line quality. Very nice =)

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