Some of my earlier sketchbooks were a little under-nourished of content. Yet, every so often a gem would pop-up from the pages. This one was made from cast-offs of old comic pages that I’d cut down to size. As always thanks for watching. Go here for more information about The Process. As always, thanks for […]
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These first few weeks of THE PROCESS, I’ll be putting up a well-rounded buffet of things to whet your appetite. Hopefully you can keep up. 🙂 In celebration of my webcomic, BRAUN I’ll be sharing a lot of work as I design the digital and print editions of the book. Some of it will be […]
So, I keep bouncing back and forth between traditional and digital and Sketchbook Pro to Photoshop. Because I don’t want to lose momentum or have to compromise my process, I found that using traditional tools in PS will help me retain the brush style with each stroke.
It’s probably something most people already know but if not, I thought it was worth sharing.
Â I had this idea about breaking down an artist’s work by value to get a better understanding about the range of values they used in a given image. One of the true masters of value in illustration is Dean Cornwell. Much of his early work, while mostly only reproduced in grayscale, was so good he […]