Sunday, July 27, 2008

some good inks

Here's a link for tips on inking in Adobe Illustrator:

digital-inking-basics


HOW TO MAKE A BRUSH


Here's some good stuff, and I will add yours when you meet this quality level!

Mitch L
Ryan G

George's mouth should not be filled in black, but it's a beautiful, faithful ink.

6 comments:

wascallywabbit said...

Hey John! sorry if I came off like a bit of a jerk in that last post :( I tried really hard on this post and tried to keep everything on model and more what youre looking for, be brutally honest its the only way Ill learn!

http://constructionworker1934.blogspot.com/2008/07/more-art-for-secret-john-k-project.html

wascallywabbit said...

hey John! I did a few silly sight gags which I think will liven up your production! I dont know what the running rate is on a per gag basis but Im sure we can work something out!!!

wascallywabbit said...

http://constructionworker1934.blogspot.com/2008/07/art-for-john-k.html

Bwanasonic said...

"George's mouth should not be filled in black, but it's a beautiful, faithful ink."

Just out of curiosity, how should that be rendered? Are those hatching lines indicating "color goes here"? Anyhow, thanks for the Illustrator inking link, because damned if I never figured out double-click on the tool to turn off *keep selected*. Man that drove me crazy. If it wan't way past my bedtime, I'd take the wacom for a spin.

Kerry M

Wicks for Candlesticks said...

Here's another.

Thanks for looking,
David O.


GEORGE LIQUOR INKS part 3

:: smo :: said...

so if you're outputting to flash, why do you guys use illustrator for inking?

do you just like the linework better from illustrator? i've always done roughs and cleanups directly in flash, so i can draw new frames and elements and have them match.

what's the sort of workflow you guys are dealing with? i'm a little confused over here!