A little visual development for something I can’t tell you about. Shhhhh!
Here’s the raw ink work on Rainmagic pages 2 and 3. I’m working a bit more on page 4 tonight. I’m trying a couple of new things on these pages: I’m trying to use more blacks. If you’ve seen Green Monk, you’ll know that it’s mostly linear. I want to create more shapes out of […]
Man I gotta say I’m really digging working with the brush. Maybe its because its a brush pen, and I never have to dip it, but doing these things has been the most fun I’ve had in a while.
Inktober is fast becoming Starktober. This sketch is a giant. Once again from the Song of Ice and Fire.
I’ve had this image on my mind ever since I finished A Storm of Swords. Claire Wendling would have done a better job of it, but I’m still pretty happy with how it turned out.
Sketches for yesterday and today, both with a slight George R.R. Martin influence on them. The first sketch is playing around with some dry-brushing (because I was having a hard time getting the ink to flow in the brush pen) the second sketch is a tree with a face (I got the ink to start […]
I smudged this a bit. BTW, did I mention that my Inktober sketches are what you get what you pre-order Green Monk?
Still trying to use more blacks. I’ve found that my brush pen needs to be dipped in water every once and a while to keep the ink flowing.