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Tears in the Rain

September 17, 2014 at 4:19am
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I’m doing to much pin up stuff, got to do some real work.

3:32am
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seventino replied to your post “To my new followers”

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It doesn’t pay to be honest.

3:07am
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To my new followers

I’m actually an ass man.

3:06am
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I went full hermit before I got that last bit of advice, so some of the ideas I’m gonna have to try next piece. Just inking over a quick sketch. I got to this by looking at pennicandies’ line art, which is good ref for cartooning.

I went full hermit before I got that last bit of advice, so some of the ideas I’m gonna have to try next piece. Just inking over a quick sketch. I got to this by looking at pennicandies’ line art, which is good ref for cartooning.

2:53am
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cheezyweapon:

sundryaddams:

They’re almost “it” but something is weak about my inking. Any of my followers pretty good with line art wanna crtique these?

hmm seems like you’re struggling to get these lines down. You’re making a lot of short scribbles when its better to just pump the stabilizer up and make those long lines.
Also dedicate yourself to at least two brush sizes, a fat and skinny one, so when you are doing that shadowing buildup (the turtle neck, hair tuft, underboob, dark areas, just about any heavily inked spot), you aren’t scribbling over the same area with that tiny brush to fatten lines up. You can just pick a bigger brush to do all the work.
It depends if you want solid lines.. or sketchy inks. Right now it looks uncertain, but you’re on the right path.
You might want to try inking with 85% to 90% opacity/intensity if you want to keep the sketchiness, to get some sort of dry ink look (make sure the pen has a texture itself). Experiment.
oh, I think the figures themselves are fine. You’re doin good.

might help someone else.

cheezyweapon:

sundryaddams:

They’re almost “it” but something is weak about my inking. Any of my followers pretty good with line art wanna crtique these?

hmm seems like you’re struggling to get these lines down. You’re making a lot of short scribbles when its better to just pump the stabilizer up and make those long lines.

Also dedicate yourself to at least two brush sizes, a fat and skinny one, so when you are doing that shadowing buildup (the turtle neck, hair tuft, underboob, dark areas, just about any heavily inked spot), you aren’t scribbling over the same area with that tiny brush to fatten lines up. You can just pick a bigger brush to do all the work.

It depends if you want solid lines.. or sketchy inks. Right now it looks uncertain, but you’re on the right path.

You might want to try inking with 85% to 90% opacity/intensity if you want to keep the sketchiness, to get some sort of dry ink look (make sure the pen has a texture itself). Experiment.

oh, I think the figures themselves are fine. You’re doin good.

might help someone else.

September 16, 2014 at 10:53pm
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pandaing answered to your photo “They’re almost “it” but something is weak about my inking. Any of my…”

Hands could use some work. The forms on the breasts are badly thought out and foreshortened. For inking try the stabilizers in SAI/MS5

Hands, yeah I see that.

Can i see what you mean with the second point though?

10:45pm
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coffeeemaybe answered to your photo “They’re almost “it” but something is weak about my inking. Any of my…”

THE TITS ARE TOO BIG

NOT FROM WHERE I”M LOOKIN’ HYUKHYUKHYUK

10:25pm
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They’re almost “it” but something is weak about my inking. Any of my followers pretty good with line art wanna crtique these?

They’re almost “it” but something is weak about my inking. Any of my followers pretty good with line art wanna crtique these?

3:19pm
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comixology:

comixology:

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11:49am
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appleserum:

I saw it (only) twice. And I need more. Waaay more of the Guardians movie.
But as much as I loved it, I still prefer the comic, so it’s the one I decided to draw. So here’s some Star Lord/Rocket Raccoon for you. And a gun inspired by the King.
And yes. He IS a raccoon.

appleserum:

I saw it (only) twice. And I need more. Waaay more of the Guardians movie.

But as much as I loved it, I still prefer the comic, so it’s the one I decided to draw. So here’s some Star Lord/Rocket Raccoon for you. And a gun inspired by the King.

And yes. He IS a raccoon.