Comic 9 - Section 1-A page 6

Section 1-A page 6
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scribbloid 3rd Oct 2018, 11:46 AM edit delete reply
Your drawing fundamentals are good; you have a good understanding of perspective, even though I wished the Comic was inked.
Did you ever redraw pages, because there were perspective/ drawing Errors?
The Quality of the drawings is very consistent and I love that!
Cattimus 3rd Oct 2018, 5:36 PM edit delete reply
Thank you! I did indeed redraw many pages! You will probably notice a change in art style later on. I had to redraw a bunch of pages in the first Volume in order to make it more closely resemble a more recent art style I started to adopt. Plus I was unhappy with how some of my earlier versions looked. Volumes 3 and 4 ARE inked however. And I won’t be posting those pages until sometime next year.
scribbloid 3rd Oct 2018, 5:42 PM edit delete reply
Then there is something to wait for at least :). Would be interesting to see how your Comic would look in an inked form.
I guess it will elevate the Comic from an aesthetic standpoint.
Though your drawing skills are very solid and it Shows even without theink.
Do you use references? Do you only draw Comics, or do you do drawing excercises as well? Gesture drawings, boxes, geometric forms, still life etc.?

Also i think your perspective, Buildings, anatomy, poses look much more confidently drawn than the faces, but that`s just my very subjective opinion.
Cattimus 3rd Oct 2018, 5:53 PM edit delete reply
The faces are certainly something I practice as often as I can. The hardest thing for me is adding in small details. This has gotten better working with pen. But in these early pages I was still trying to evolve. I do use references when I can- I’ll have people model for me, i’ll use multiposeable action figures, photos of very specific photos when I can. I am constantly trying to improve my work!
Panda Cop 24th Apr 2020, 12:16 AM edit delete reply
Panda Cop
Like the saiyan rocket pod
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