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Dominion book 2 pg.38 by PeterPalmiotti Dominion book 2 pg.38 by PeterPalmiotti
Dominion book 2 pg.38

penciled by Jamal Igle :iconjamaligle:

inked by Peter Palmiotti :iconpeterpalmiotti:

Copyright HUMANOIDS - GRAPHIC NOVEL

(W) Thomas Fenton (A) Jamal Igle, Steven Cummings
New Orleans detective, Jason Ash, while on the trail of a serial kidnapper, finds himself in the middle of a multi-realm conspiracy of biblical proportions - quite literally! Written by screenwriter Thomas Fenton and drawn by Jamal Igle (Molly Danger, DC's Supergirl & Firestorm), and Steven Cummings, Dominion is a gripping supernatural thriller that not only will pull you in, it won't let you go! For fans of Vertigo's Hellblazer.

Another super fine page by the uber' talented Jamal, and a heck of a nice guy too!

Hope you like,
Peter.
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Skivortz Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012
What's not to like? Great work.
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PeterPalmiotti Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you!
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Talandir Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012
Solid pencils and inks. Nicely done.
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PeterPalmiotti Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks John!
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SarahPerryman Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Great work - I could see some wonderful colors on this.
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PeterPalmiotti Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks Sarah.

Me too, tho French comics tend to keep there colors minimum, the book looked god but could have been much richer.
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VARAKIENEN Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012
some thing about the spotting of the blacks to define and draw the eye does not work for me here.
Not every brick or wood plank needs be fully out lined.
I suspect the setting was meant to be very dark, few light sources. was this some thing to be left to the colorist?
My personal philosophy is leave little to the colorist, its lazy. Any publishable work should be able to stand on its own in bW before the colorist ever gets near it.
The angles are reasonably sound.
The proportion and an subtle aspect of fore shortening would have been well played in the extended gun hand for dramatic effect.
How ever, with a little re-working and a few more finishing touches, I dare say this work would be worthy of the walking dead it self. Thats a compliment.
This commentary is meant to be constructive criticism in nature. It is directed specifically at neither penciler nor inker.
Be well.
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PeterPalmiotti Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
The art is for colors and therefor isn't meant to stand in B?W, I agree with you and normally approach each page thus...but as I didn't ink the book as a whole I went with what was developed before me.

To each his own tho, I loved working on these pages.
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VARAKIENEN Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012
Good on you mate.
It must be said, Its more than I am doing at the moment.
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PeterPalmiotti Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
This (and the next page I'll be posting) where from years ago.. from when I was still in NYC. I can't always post pages from current works but do when I can.

Hope things change for ya, love seeing your new work.
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