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Batman Barcelona rough inks

By jimlee00
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Here I add the detail which adds complexity, nuance, and texture but not at the expense of the composition and the balance of the piece which was already established in stage two. I kept it loose for the background to create a shorter depth of field and to pop the more detailed, gritty foreground off the simpler, more chiaroscuro background.
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Punkiitha-lacool's avatar
original and the best 
dvalencia's avatar
i wnato to tell u that i love ur work ,a nd also i wanto get one of the comoics of xmen 1
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Ziggyman's avatar
I like to see the proccess. So this is the way you balance the black zones.
AJthe90skid's avatar
I like it again! I wish I had some of those paints to ink my stuff that way, but for now I'll just keep using Photoshop...
NewGirlComic's avatar
this looks so good! what kind of markers did you use?
pharmdown's avatar
The deep black makes great contrast.
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Tallant's avatar
Love the inks
martinacecilia's avatar
wow, the final piece is great but those rough inks are amazing!
DragonRider91's avatar
Looks a lot better here. Inks look really good even if it is just a rough. I think it might look better if you put a small highlight on the inside of his left calf so it doesn't dissapear into the black, but other then that it looks amazing :D
SPARATIK's avatar
I'm pushing the poll! lol
stalk's avatar
Nice texture in the clouds and by squinting I can see where you're building up your blacks. It's great to see folks who can ink their own stuff. I always kill my work but I'm not much of an inker to begin with.

Any chance you'll load up the pencils you did for the variant Umbrella Academy: Dallas issue?
nightsabore's avatar
you see i can learn from these but all the stuff you just said i do not understand
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