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Pubblicato da KernelComics a 09:46
Sunday, 11 August 2013
As promise here a new piece inked as usual technique I hope you love it:) You can fin the video as well on the next post.Video Tutorial
Monday, 15 July 2013
Inking comic book with nib pen, brush and indian ink, using the old school technique. Here some video about my inking process. For the first and the second characters I used the nib pen using the traditional technique. While for the third one I tried to use a simple pen like Pigma micron for just to see the main difference between the two technique. Sorry for the head of the first video:P
Pubblicato da KernelComics a 13:44
Saturday, 13 July 2013
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Once completed our draw we are ready to ink it. You can use different tools to do that. This depends on witch tool you are confident with. You can use traditional tools like pen like Pigma micron clam ink pen set, witch is perfect for beginners or the old stile and charming ink pen with hunt pen. This is actually more difficult to use but could it get you great satisfactions:) I use both, it depends on what I'm inking on.
Pubblicato da KernelComics a 11:06
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Welcome in this tutorial, here we are gonna learn how to color our comic books with Adobe Photoshop. In these first part we are going to prepare the line art for colors.
1-Preparing the line art
Once you got the art board with the pencil inked, you can start scanning the paper. After the scansion we have just to adjust the brightness and contrast of the line art in order to clean-up the art board. In fact also if the draw seems to be clean, it need a quick correction to prepare it for the color.
You have at list a couple of way to do that in photoshop:
Image/Adjustments/Brightness and Contrast. Move the two arrow until you get the right balance. You should get something like this.