Wednesday, January 06, 2010

In Progress

Sorry, I don't have anything ready to post; too busy.Here's an image inked by Harmke. that's being colored. It's especially hard to go right from one of my scribbles to a finished cleanup/ink in one step but she did a pretty nice job of it.
Some of the angles have been softened, but that seems to be a natural process of cleaning up. Especially from long distance work!

http://jkcartoonstories.blogspot.com/2009/12/slabs-first-fist.html

8 comments:

Guy Cx said...

Wow, this inking is looking pretty good! Initially, I even thought you had done it yourself, John.

I want to know how to do this kind of stuff, I mean, I have this tablet (the Wacom Bamboo) but I really don't know how to do any decent stuff with it. I guess I'm just too old fashioned for this kind of stuff...

Trevor Thompson said...

The construction on the Slab's right leg is wrong, isn't it?

RooniMan said...

No need to worry, John. We can wait.

Pencils and coffee said...

Hey John,
I wanted to ask you if you again if you have time left could you see my studies and maybe suggest what I should improve on. It would mean a lot to me
Thanks!
pencilsandcoffee.blogspot.com/

Stevie said...

May I ask you a random question Mr. John K?

Have you heard of/met Danny Antonucci and/or know of his work (mainly his most notable works "Ed Edd n Eddy" and "Lupo the Butcher")?

Have you ever seen "Ed Edd n Eddy" and if so do you think it's any good? All in all, if you have seen Antonucci's work, would you say he's a good cartoonist and/or even a bit talented?

Sorry for the random posts and questions, if you answer thank you for your time. If you don't have the time to answer, I'll understand.

Mitch L said...

Hee John, all the credits are for Harmke for this one :) I did the other.

Harmke said...

glad you like the ink! i'll pay more attention to the angles next time!

Zoran Taylor said...

Stevie, John and Dan are good friends and respect each other's work immensely. John has stated this before.

incidentally I just realized something funny: A prominent hippie is a Canadian artist of central-european descent with a gruff voice named John Kay. (Lead singer of Steppenwolf.) Now, as for a prominent DETRACTOR of hippies, well....we all know.....