People wonder why I get so frustrated and hate everything I draw. The reason is right here. You are a true comic artist. You are a true artist. What I do doesn't even come close and it never will. I know it isn't good to compare yourself to other artists or use their skill as a gauge on your own abilities, but when I see the video of you drawing this I feel like a four year old with a crayon compared to what you do. Just unbelievable work as usual.
Thanks for the videos, Mark. It's always awesome to see the process the professionals go through and this series is great going from initial sketch to a full colour finished piece.
I was just wondering if I could ask a couple of questions?
1. What brushes do you use (especially for your initial lines before inking) to get that nice pencil look?
2. Do you use a Cintiq or just a standard graphics tablet? (I have an Intuos3 which I've found to be great but too smooth so I place a sheet of paper over the tablet to give it a better grit and feel.)
fascinating as usual thanks. I wish that someone like you who uses Sketch up with restraint and thought would put together some tutorials on how you use it in your illustration workflow because you blend it well with your line art. I know that there are a lot of Sketch up tutorials on You Tube but not necessarily for integrating it with line art for a seamless look.