your inks are so awesome dude. very care free ink work, like each stroke feels like its the perfect size (like those brush? strokes for the window sections on the tall building near the center. each one is just thrown down, but it works perfectly. im sure its actually a lot more patience and concentration, but it feels like you just put on some head phones and just slapped some ink down. has tons of energy. i love it haha, if you cant tell... but all your work is awesome man, and really inspires my own inks. cheers man, -Nick
Sean,I love the way you use the blacks.It makes me ask you whatīs your secret(if you can tell or what book(s) you indicate about it. I remember you wrote on a journal,you indicate a book by David Chelsea about perspective.I hadnīt heard before about this book untill you mentioned it.It was really helpfull.I mean,it was the first book teaching perspective that really works for me
One of the things that I love about your inks is the planning of values not only in each panel, but in the overall page presentation. The balance of light vs. dark, and how the placement guides the eye, directing it just where it needs to go at what time. I would daresay that the "speed of reading" each panel is part of that guiding process.
Clean, clean, clean. No more, no less that it needs to be, your inks "read" so well. Me like. Lots!
That is one fantastic spread, must have taken a good few days to complete. Is Jerusalem taken from a ref photo or have you just had a rough idea from a couple of images and embellished it a bit. Either way it's such a good page.
I joked to a friend of mine that Chris' jaunt to the Holy City may actually end up with him being crucified somehow. Glad to see there's an angry mob waiting to oblige me my bloodthirsty fantasies. I like my beers cold and my Messiah's dead.