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The Ring by PeterPalmiotti The Ring by PeterPalmiotti
I've been doing these cards in mostly quill/ nib but I thought for this one I'd go brush!

Its the power of the Ring, Green Lanterns Ring!

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pencils Jonny Ledford - :iconray-gun-monkey:

inks Peter Palmiotti :iconpeterpalmiotti:

sketch card 3.5 X 2.5 Bristol

Jonny's Ustream show - [link] My Ustream show - [link]
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RougeDK Apr 18, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Top notch inks!
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PeterPalmiotti Apr 18, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks!
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NoirZone Apr 18, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Another good one!
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PeterPalmiotti Apr 18, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks!
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jacobketronCT Apr 17, 2011  Student General Artist
The ring. I like how you and Jonny pull off the effects in this piece. Keep up the good work!
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PeterPalmiotti Apr 17, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Will do Jacob.
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:icongonzalexx1:
Great looking hand. I want to learn how to ink (spot the blacks) properly.
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PeterPalmiotti Apr 17, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
The Great thing about working with Jonny is that he knows what he's doing! ..makes my job easy.

A couple of quick tips on spotting blacks...


:bulletyellow: Do what makes sense, where would shadows be?

:bulletyellow: Focus the reader, if a character is in the middle of a room, you may chose to put him in spotlight and have everything around him in dark.

:bulletyellow: think design & be creative, just because it wouldn't happen in real life doesn't mean it would be a bad thing in comic form!
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I think those are main things to keep in mind. From the little I've read on the subject, its all about focus, and simplification of the composition. I've seen some very complicated pieces, and always thought that having the blacks at your disposal, you can focus (make pop) anything.
I need to do some exercises to get the basic spotting in my headspace.
Thanks Peter... very helpful.
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PeterPalmiotti Apr 17, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Well as far as exercises...

Pick a scene from a comic or make your own.

Get a big fat marker and do a few thumbnails/ tests to see what might look best!
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