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01-24-2005, 05:44 PM
Hey guys, how are you? I´m starting 2005 with a new resolution: work in comic book. That wasn´t a suddenly resolution, I love CBs since my childhood. Artists like Jhon Buscema, George Perez, Bill Sienkiewicz, Moebius, Frank Miller, etc, teach me how to draw.
I´m exercising my humble work in a sequence of four pages, the first one:
High resolution version. (http://www.icoms.com.br/orozimbo/etapas_pag01.jpg)
I´m a new guy in 2d concepts town (I usully post in 3D section), but I would appreciate all comments and critics you can give me.
Thank´s to the community,
01-24-2005, 07:58 PM
Looking pretty good but its kinda hard to tell whats happening. The BG could use some more detail cuz I personally cant tell whats behind him. It looks like a bridge, then it looks like a warehouse. Is that right?
01-25-2005, 10:49 AM
Thanks Ginzu. You are right, it´s a warehouse. After all, it´s not that hard, isn´t it? But I now what you mean. I´m trying to find my stile and I´ll use the next three pages to explore it. The focus of the frame is more detailed:
Thanks to the advice, I´ll try to work better the BG.
02-01-2005, 07:02 AM
So are there any updates on this? Im anxious to see how its coming out.
02-01-2005, 03:10 PM
beautifuly lit, cool feel to his anatomy too. i don't think the metal has broken in a very realistic way though
02-02-2005, 12:23 PM
Hey Ginsu, it´s very good to know that! So... this is the second page. You may realise that the style change a little bit. I´m trying to find out my own style.
High resolution version. (http://www.icoms.com.br/orozimbo/etapas_pag02.jpg)
Dicthman, I agree with you. The first idea was that the ceiling made of small peaces of metal, so it wouldn´t broke, just would disassemble. Well, I know it didn´t work perfectly.
Please, criticize me. Inté
02-02-2006, 01:00 PM
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