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Old 01 January 2006   #16
Any tips/reference sources on inking?

Fantastic tutorial man, very well explained!
 
Old 01 January 2006   #17
Thank´s man, that´s really great!
Very interesting!
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Old 01 January 2006   #18
Amazing inking... your lines and control are just wonderful to look at. And, I couldn't agree more that it's not tracing

Thanks for your tutorial.
 
Old 01 January 2006   #19
Thank you verry much - its much help for a starting illustrators as i am....
 
Old 01 January 2006   #20
Great tutorial. Maybe a good follow-up would be for someone to tackle the coloring and shading stage of production.
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Old 01 January 2006   #21
wow!
thanks a lot for your effort!

cheers
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Old 01 January 2006   #22
This is superb, thanks for taking the time and sharing this awesome resource with us.

-Stu
 
Old 01 January 2006   #23
Great Tutorial! Did someone say Inking? Why...that was my gig for a whole year at a little startup that went into Album covers instead! To this day I hate and love inking (I was sick alot that year...sneezing+inking=bad art).

Steve Rude put out a handy BOOK not long ago on the subject. It's got some really great examples and explanations, as well as offering pages to ink. I always hated it when folks said all I did was trace, when you get right down to it, it's the inks that you see in the book more so than the pencils. Like Eliseu said, it's an art in itself and usually pencillers (especially beginners) shouldn't do it themselves.

DC also put out a BOOK.

Edit: Eliseu, when you send your pencils to an inker do they generally ink over the pencils directly or smack a piece of Vellum on top and ink on that? Dick Ayers suggested Vellum to me once (though in passing admittedly). I tried the Vellum thing and it never sat well with me. I like to go straight to the pencils. Just curious.
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Old 01 January 2006   #24
thank you so much...i always wanted to start again Drawing my own comics and now this great tutorial seems to be a nice start for me...
THX for sharing
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Old 01 January 2006   #25
can you explain #7 again, just the measurements for bleed, trim and live.
thanks. what units are they? what is that in inches?
page is 11” X 17”.

Bleed: 6,875 X 10,497
Trim 6,625 X 10,187
Live 6,125 X 9,687

this is great.
 
Old 01 January 2006   #26
I really enjoy your point of view on the whole topic. The fact that you recognize your strengths and weaknesses in the process reinforces how much a team effort it is. I forget that sometimes.

Thanks

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can you explain #7 again, just the measurements for bleed, trim and live.
thanks. what units are they? what is that in inches?
page is 11” X 17”.

Bleed: 6,875 X 10,497
Trim 6,625 X 10,187
Live 6,125 X 9,687

this is great.


I thought he was referring to pixels but 11" x 17" at 300 or 450dpi doesn't equal those numbers.
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Old 01 January 2006   #27
I have a graphic novel class next week! Thank you so much this will help me a TON!
 
Old 01 January 2006   #28
That is a hot tutorial, and must of taken you a fair bit of time to put together.

Thanks for sharing.
 
Old 01 January 2006   #29
Thumbs up

Amazing work and tutorial man!

Thanks ^^

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Old 01 January 2006   #30
Simply awsome tutorial, Fanastical work, thenk you alot I learned many new things.
 
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