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Ruka E Pocky on Feb. 26, 2007
This I bring you is a short one-shot I did for the Tokyopop contest. I lost. :3So here, take a look.I'll post a page every couple days.CLICK THESE:My WebsiteMy DA
at 11:19AM, Dec. 13, 2007
Oh my god...
If you submitted this and lost, I never had a chance!!
at 10:28PM, June 29, 2007
at 10:11AM, May 4, 2007
This is a brilliant piece of work by you man. You should enter it in the Platinum Comic Book Challenge.
at 12:55PM, March 8, 2007
Your screen tones look a little fuzzy, but your use of shadows and negative space is absolutely phenomenal. The title definitely hooks you in and grabs your attention.
at 6:22AM, March 2, 2007
this is a winner! great art!
Ruka E Pocky
at 6:47PM, Feb. 28, 2007
I think there's usually 10 winners, but yes I get your point. I'm not really that upset about it.
I usually just use normal crap, nothing special. Ballpoints and xerox paper, sharpies with the 'fine' point on one end and the normal point on the other. Otherwise I also do most 'inking' digitally as well, in photoshop CS2 with my Wacom Intuos.
at 3:01PM, Feb. 28, 2007
Nah, don't feel bad about being rejected. You have to remember that millions of people apply to that Tokyopop contest, and only like 5 win. At least you got your submission in. Mine keep dying before I finish them, so I've never been able to actually send 'em in. As for the inking, what kind of pens do you use? On what paper? (sorry for all the questions)
at 4:55PM, Feb. 27, 2007
Ruka E Pocky
at 3:29PM, Feb. 27, 2007
Well thank ye kindly. Really, I mean it. I was feeling a bit self-concious after being rejected so I'm quite pleased you like it.
As for your question, two words. Meticulous inking.
at 3:05PM, Feb. 27, 2007
Holy wow! Craziness! This is professional stuff! I love the contrast with all the dark shadows! How do you fill in those really detailed black areas while still having white lines on top of them? (like on the bandages on the character) Great Job!