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  • Spiderman vs some Villains - in Colour!

    I think this is just about finished.

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  • #2
    awesome nice style
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    • #3
      I love it. Your stuff is always a pleasure to look at. I really wish I knew how you did your colors.
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      • #4
        effing great!
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        • #5
          funny as always. What medium you used, warecolors?
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          • #6
            Thanks, guys!
            I colour with watered down acrylics, then I put on additional colour with pencils, I do the pen work next - and then scan in the picture to tweak it in Photoshop.
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            • #7
              that is incredibly cool - I spot a couple of tangents with doc ock's tentacles though, venoms hand and the tip of spiderman's toe.

              sorry, I have to say it one more time

              this is so cool.

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              • #8
                Looks beautifully sun-drenched. Nice warm glaze. Vulture in the upper corner was the right call, and the wider smoke-plume behind Spidey frames him well. Liking this a lot.
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                • #9
                  "Two thumbs up".
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                  • #10
                    I colour with watered down acrylics, then I put on additional colour with pencils, I do the pen work next - and then scan in the picture to tweak it in Photoshop.
                    What kind of board are you working on? I had to struggle to keep the admittedly cheap 300 series bristol from folding up when doing an ink wash on it. Wouldn't acrylics be even heavier when wet?
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                    • #11
                      Yeah, this is super fun. This would make a great print or poster.

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                      • #12
                        i love it. i love how it guides your eyes.


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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Beastie View Post
                          Thanks, guys!
                          I colour with watered down acrylics, then I put on additional colour with pencils, I do the pen work next - and then scan in the picture to tweak it in Photoshop.
                          very interesting process.
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                          • #14
                            Ditchman: Thanks - As for the tangents, Venom is actually resting his hand on Doc's tentacle (so there's no tangent at work - he's meant to be 'on it') and Spidey's toe overlaps the claw of the other tentacle by a bit - but I guess I could have made it more apparent.

                            Electronicron: Thanks. Glad you like it

                            Spidey: Cheers. Oh, and thank you for posing so patiently for this picture. It was a pleasure working with you.

                            Zippy: I use Windsor & Newton 'Extra Smooth Surface Bristol Board'. Its 115lbs / 250gsm - and I've never really had any problems with it folding or wrinkling. I DO slosh on quite a lot of water sometimes too - so....yeah, its good stuff.
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                            • #15
                              Darqjakob: Cheers. I will have a table at the Kapow Comic Con in London this April and I DO intend to try and sell this as a print -- so, we'll see how it goes

                              Lovemuffin: I love the idea of your eyes drifting round my work. It makes me feel SO close to you.

                              Juggs: Thank you, sir. It's a weird process - and sometimes I don't like the look of things until after I've scanned in and messed about in Photoshop for a while. Sometimes the colour of the image can change entirely during that bit.
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