Dabbled and dabbled. Dig the tone that looks just like zip-a-tone.Really liked flipping my pen over and erasing the lines.Adjusted a brush just like illustrator. Angling it, making it oblique.
The eraser doesn't make the vectors protest about erasing. The bites into the tone on his hips, came from erasure. WSIWIG.Very cool.
Love the sketch too.
Thanks Tom. Maybe more before Midnight. I want to do after effects too
My only question is, was this drawn from life? Dig the zipatone, too. Hooray--Ellis got a new program!
I should cut up Teen Ellis and use the puppet tool on it.Bring it to motion comic life.I like that zipatone too. I'm going to crash through the pencils I have for Tog and Ty. Allow me to do a kickstarter for it. See if I can create my own minimum wage job.
Was this drawn from life? It's kind of Prime Cut influenced. I listened to an extensive podcast discussing that Lee Marvin film.
(I was kidding about the drawn from life)I dig the two additions, too--this is a look that's SCREAMING to have a comic book built around it!!
Marty, you sound like you've been reading the Frazetta page on Facebook - HA! I may be the only one who actually laughed at your "drawn from life" reference.I'm really enjoying all these Manga experiments!Carry on ...
There's a Frazetta page on Facebook? I'm there. Thanks Beata. I'll do some Manga Studio tonight and share it tomorrow. I'll trace up some old pages and try to really stay loose and "new" as I do the art.
Beata! I'm glad I made you laugh.I'm serious about how good these look--a ready-made comic book!
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