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    Hi, my name is Jake Bilbao and I regularly update my instagram, https://www.instagram.com/comics_artist_jakebilbao/, with the previews or works in progress of my freelance projects. I hope you like them. you could give me a follow if you like as well.





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      Seriously nice stuff.

      Things to consider background-wise. A more casual, unruled line on the BG will bring a more natural less mechanical feel. If you can't ink it freehand, a raised edge, dowel or chopsticks will still give a straight(ish) line but with enough waver to appear freehand.

      https://paulmartinsmith.com/sites/de.../RuleLines.jpg

      Throw in some broken lines, like those you use in the interior brim of the white hat. Drawing every line of every slat creates a wallpaper look. Drawing the suggestion of it, a few broken lines here and there, will give a more illustrated, less cartoony, feel.

      Unless this is a night scene with interior light flooding into a dark street we won't see into the bar this way. Inside the door will be heavily shadowed. Inside the windows will only show things within a foot or two of the glass before going to black.
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        good work... Also, I took a look at your other work on the internet and it looked really cool... Especially liked the "Once our Land" style Cable drawing that I found.

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          Originally posted by Smitty View Post
          Seriously nice stuff.

          Things to consider background-wise. A more casual, unruled line on the BG will bring a more natural less mechanical feel. If you can't ink it freehand, a raised edge, dowel or chopsticks will still give a straight(ish) line but with enough waver to appear freehand.

          https://paulmartinsmith.com/sites/de.../RuleLines.jpg

          Throw in some broken lines, like those you use in the interior brim of the white hat. Drawing every line of every slat creates a wallpaper look. Drawing the suggestion of it, a few broken lines here and there, will give a more illustrated, less cartoony, feel.

          Unless this is a night scene with interior light flooding into a dark street we won't see into the bar this way. Inside the door will be heavily shadowed. Inside the windows will only show things within a foot or two of the glass before going to black.
          HI Smitty, thank you so much for the advice. I will keep it in mind.
          all these are done digitally, so sometimes when I want to speed things up, I use the shift key too much. I'll mix it up next time.

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            Originally posted by Caleb M Prochnow View Post
            good work... Also, I took a look at your other work on the internet and it looked really cool... Especially liked the "Once our Land" style Cable drawing that I found.
            Caleb, sir, you are a legend! thank you for looking up more of my stuff. that Once Our Land style cable was done traditionally.
            thanks man!



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                          Watch your horizons. More specifically, one horizon per shot. It's a reoccurring problem but 11-2 (immediately above) is the most egregious. You've got horizons at the top, the middle, the bottom and possibly below the panel as well. Pick one and stick to it.
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                            Originally posted by Smitty View Post
                            Watch your horizons. More specifically, one horizon per shot. It's a reoccurring problem but 11-2 (immediately above) is the most egregious. You've got horizons at the top, the middle, the bottom and possibly below the panel as well. Pick one and stick to it.
                            thanks smitty. thatis another thing i need to work on.

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