Came out great Rick. Just the right line weights everywhere. That's the big trick. Looking forward to the color.
What Ellis said.
Once again I envy your great color ability. Nice poster. Should get some attention as an entry.
I do wonder if some of the excitement of the one point perspective eye movement hasn't been quieted down too much in the color version.
AUGGGGHHHH! Rick, that is the BEST! I can't wait for the whole Dorothy comic!
Thanks guys.Ellis, an interesting proposition. I suspect that's the case, but I'm also guessing that the buildings make a bit more sense with color and shadow seperating them out a bit more.One thing I didn't do and I need to concider is that I haven't left a spot to convenently sign. Marty and I got a lot of traffic to our table through people looking for signatures for the book. I don't know how much business that drummed up, but it certainly made our table look popular... which may, in turn, have drove more traffic.At any rate, after spending the last con trying to find a good spot on my drawing to sign I shouldn't probably dedicate some thought into leaving a spot on here... it has to be big enough to accomidate fat sharpie lines.
Good job Rickster! Very nice
Submission sent! I made the rookie mistake of not enough art around the edges for trimming purposes. I bit of the handles on the skiff is probably going to be cut off. However, I really don't want to take the time to do even more drawing around the edges of this thing... a lot was cut off in the original sketch that I drew this from.
Discovered another mistake... I didn't sign the damned thing. That's a habit I've never totally adopted. Not sure if I should bother with it now.
Sign it!!Looks really great. Like El, I love tracking the masterful variations in line-weight thru-out the piece. And that big fat plane of the beast's head--great stuff! Really nice color in the buildings, too. Great gradients!I'm trying to finish mine. I better boogie!
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