Great feel to this. I think you are going for the Stephen Gammell look again, right? Very nice!
Yes. Stephen Grammell knows what he's doing. I'm trying to get a method that gets me consistently close to something like it.
I just looked up Stephen Gammell. You should try a General Sketch/Wash pencil. Adding water to what looks like a charcoal pencil mark makes a wash. That's what the Gammell work reminded me. Drawing on wet area creates a dark. Adding ink later gets spots even darker. The wash washes away scribbles and you have the option of erasing before you add water.
You are getting some serious atmosphere with this, Ellis. The foreground character's eyes are very spooky and intimidating. Awesome!
Spooky indeed.Way cool!
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