An outlet for my brain when it fills with fire.
damn, that looks sweet!are you inking on super thin vellum? a trick i learned from a local artist is to put light washes on the back of the velum to get a little value. might be able to unify your bg and have this character pop still!i'm getting one of these goddam pens!
Hey Chris,I did this on animation paper. Good tip on the velum. I'll bet it'll work on this paper as well.Anon, I accidentally deleted your comment. Sorry.But no I haven't had any trouble per say, with mustaches.
wow!thanks a bunch for putting this up. great to look at. stare at, even.
when in doubt, black it outawesome!!!
Thanks Miles, and yes the Ultimate Wally Wood quote.Happy Thursday everyone.
Looks awesomw so far
It is a bit confusing, but it's still fuckin terrific. Awesome pose on the guy getting shot, and nice wrinkles!!
hahahaha holy shit! i love that you added the gun element. guns always make a situation 10 times as intense.i'm going to be honest and say that i think it was a mistake putting the boat directly behind the guy, it makes that area really busy and difficult to read. but you probably already know this, plus it seems you're just practicing with the brush pen - so i guess it doesn't matter :P
Yeah Ryan, that is what I meant by not planning.
oops thats what i get for not reading
Holy Shit! Its Awesome! Cool perspective.. I like that it really involves the viewer into the compostion with the gun in the fore front. Definitley keep posting more of these ink drawings!
We're about to hear a splash.
VERY nice! looks like some old E.C. stuff! keep up the great work, Vincent. Awesome!
THAT POOR POOR MAN!!! Getting lost in the background of an unplanned drawing! ;)Believe me, I know a lot about getting stuck in the background of drawings. Stupid backgrounds.
Awesome pose & pants!
I actually like how busy it looks! It looks right out of Shock SuspenStories from EC?
Thanks Brian & Ben. i'm still futzing with it i'll post it if I manage to pull it into shape.
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