Here's some of my process from layouts to finished page.
Very interesting thanks for sharing Garry! Why do you ink traditionally at the end? Don'you like digital ink or for original selling?
I've inked a few things digitally. i did a few covers that i had to do really quickly and they weren't sellable images. Also i inked a recent Mass Effect thing digitally (8 pages). It was for FCBD next year. I did that entirely digitally to see if i liked it. It was much faster but i don;t think i'll make a full transition to digital. i like the challenge of using real ink and brushes and like you said, it's always good to have originals. But if i have a really tight deadline i'll go full digital.
Thanks for sharing Garry. I just started trying digital because I restarted working full day at my not-drawing job and I draw comics just in spare time, so I'm trying to see if digital can help in speeding up things
Thanks for posting it, seeing an artist's process is always immensely helpful! Also, I really love how high-contrast your ink-work is
Thanks for showing the process! Is the gray in the second step added digitally?
yeah, the layouts and pencils are done digitally, then i do the inks traditionally.
Looks great!I always like to see process.