I always enjoy drawing (and inking) Batman. Kinda wish I had taken a grittier approach, but then I'm always fighting the urge to make stuff slick and purty. Someday I'll sack up and make an artistically risky chance. Yeah, someday...
Scott, I love the detail of the suit flexing, and the buildings I heart them. I wish a lot more artists paid more attention to backgrounds as it really makes a piece stand out...you sir did a fantastic job! So when are you gonna start penciling some issues? When you do let me know I'll be buying that book
when you penciled this was all the rendering there? or did you kinda make it as you went? when i pencil and ink a piece i pput in the major forms but 90% of the cross hatching and feather etc are free hand
Why would I want to do that? As an artist, I WANT to see each stroke, the density of the ink, the white out mistakes, etc. I want to see and understand the PROCESS of an artists work. Original art has a unique beauty that is lost when everything is (out of necessity) averaged out and flattened for print.
great stuff, man welcome to the deviantarts family. your my favorite inker of all time, been following your career for over 20 years now. no one can ink jim, marc and whilco like u can. you inking of dale's pitt #2 cover was the best. i haven't seem anyone ink dale's art that good thereafter. your the best man, keep up the good work.
Yeah absolutely. Just another layer of texture that gives the eye some candy. You've done things with nib that I can't even fathom, so it's great to see you experiment and combine different techniques.
I'm loving the inks on the building in the background! Your draftsmanship skills are rock solid, further proof that great inkers are really great, solid artists in their own right and never "tracers" (god, I hate that term).
I love inking, mostly in B&W (suck at dem digital colors! lol) But I always find I'm either doing too much, or too little, so it's hard to get inbetween. This piece is all kinds of awesome! Can't wait to see more!