Wally Wood's 22 panels.
You can download a hi-rez version to print here.
There are a lot of activities at Penciljack that help you sharpen your skills while having a bit of fun. But the idea of pitting my skills against some very talented dudes has really pushed me a great deal over the past two years or so.
Thought I'd make my first blog post on PJ a start to finish string of images to show where I started and where I am now.
Thing vs. Brokenhill
Thor vs. Dri
Well this is more me asking 'how to'? So I was thinking about doing a cloak & dagger comic book, just for kicks. So I just finished the title page pencils, and i wanted to ink it. I'm not that familiar with inking (I only just started not too long ago and have only done a few of my works in ink). However, when inking in Tyrone's face, is there a certain way to do it to show that he is a man of color? (I don't plan on putting color into this piece) Or would I just ink him as i would anyone else?
We all want to draw comics for money. Not that the money is why you want to but getting paid to do anything means that someone (someone with access to pockets deeper than ours) likes your work well enough that they think that reimbursing you for your time seems like a good idea. But, what does that entail?
One page a day.
How hard can it be to draw one page a day? You can certainly sit down and draw one page in one day. First, you read your script, next, you draw
In my english class we are starting a poetry unit. We read a poem "You Bring Out the Mexican in Me" by Sandra Cisneros. We were assigned to write a poem in similar style. Here's what I wrote:
You bring out the artist in me
myself and I
The little kid, comic nerd
the yelling kid that's hardly heard.
You bring out the Pro in me
the inking man with pencils too
where would I be without you
Big erasers and small, small