Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Freelance-Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea-esque

I did the flats in photoshop for the color but the color will be in another person's hands.
Now I move onto a new enworld commission.
Goblin as Santa. I was told to think the Grinch.
Filling the frame up
Inks. Color tonight.
It's possible this is all my Nov freelance. Done by the 2nd.


Davis Chino said...

DUDE! This is great!! Ach, I feel horrible when I don't check this blog...just been sick and busy with school. Looking forward to catching up with yr October output!!

MrGoodson2 said...

Is the stress of being a teacher making you ill.

MrGoodson2 said...

"Is the stress of being a teacher making you ill"

Question mark.

I hope you're OK. This is going into the Holidays. I fully expect to be the only guy posting until 2017.

BDMontag said...

With every drawing you stay truer to the energy characterization of your roughs and yet get tighter cleaner finishes.

BDMontag said...

energy and characterization, I should really proofread.

MrGoodson2 said...

The big secret on the more exact transfer is 1. making the rough close to a finish and 2. tracing the rough straight through the other side of the index stock where I've printed it. That's why the rough has to be finished. Because you lose the tracing option of moving it around, making new decisions on line and part placements when the drawing is a fixed part of the sheet.
Thanks Ben. You too Marty.