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Friday, September 3, 2010

Nightwing Color test

As Ezequiel suggested, I added a bit of color. So does it work?



Oezden said...

yep it works quiet well with the colorings :)


Ezequiel said...

As always, it is great.

However... I think that the non-shadowed lineart fits better for painting. On the other hand, drawings made to "stay as they are", without painting, may be very upgraded with the shadows defined with the hatching.

well, that's an opinion. Still the colored Nightwing is great!!!

But you should keep trying both techniques!

Best wishes!

Anonymous said...

Looks pretty good. I'm an old fuddy duddy and I like the look of inked art. I like the linework to be blackity black black. My favorite part of the artwork is to see the individual lines. Pencils uninked are okay if they are darkened to the point of black. When pencil work is uninked it is hard to distinguish the linework from the coloring. But those are only my opinions. If I had things my way all comics would be inked and printed uncolored linework. So I know our tastes differ.

Still looks good, and whatever you are doing to put so much energy into your art keep doing it! It looks like you are having fun.


Caine said...

I'd hire you on the spot! Look DC, most of us want DICK back in the Nightwing suit...