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    Pencils by Rafa Sandoval

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  • #2
    Looks good, clean smooth lines and nice line weights. One thing that would have added a lot to the original is more variation in the textures on Doc Ock. His hair, clothes, coat and skin all have the same textural look due to the way the shadows and feathering are applied across all three, which is really flattening him out. It also makes his face look really rough.
    it’s as if he figured that sheer repetition would wear them down, forcing them to submit to his strange, incompetent genius.

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    • #3
      I think this one is tough. I don't understand the spotted blacks ( not your fault, more so the pencilers) on Doc Ock at all. It pops him into the foreground when inked, even though he is somewhere in the middle. I guess you did the best you could with them. Everything else looks solid to me.
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      • #4
        Thanks guys. In a way I agree with Doc Ock´s black looking a bit out of place but like you said, that´s what was on the page so I gotta go with it. But anyway, inking Spidey was a lot of fun!
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        • #5
          Agree with the slight problems with the pencils. There are different proportions issues and what-not but the inking looks great. Really nice job with the line widths and that. I like it.
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          • #6
            in the pencils for a second I thought doc oc was blade

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            • #7
              Nice inks....Bad pencils. I dont understand why Doc Oc is so darkly shadowed. It throws the whole piece.

              The one thing I see wrong with the inks is that you went too heavy on the line weight of the webbing. Which, in turn, made you go waaaay too heavy on the foot's line weight to compensate. I really like your interpretation of the tech.
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              • #8
                good ink job!
                hehe, the webbing must of made you cross-eyed at one point

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                • #9
                  good ink job!
                  hehe, the webbing must of made you cross-eyed at one point

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                  • #10
                    I agree with everything said about octy's shadows. Great interprentation, but the pencil was a little off there.
                    Another issue I have with the picture (also the fault of the penciller) is the parallell tangen of Ock's tentacle/mechanical arm with the collar of his coat. It really draws my eye and is an annoyance.

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                    • #11
                      You did a very good work with background and characters. the pic turned out confusing tho, not your fault.
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