Lovin' it...more please.
I love watching process. I have said it before and shall say it again. I am always amazed at the step between your pencil roughs and ink.
do you ink wash digitally or actually get the fingers dirt and brush it on?I love seing the process. Beautiful stuff.At what point in the process does Matt Wagner involve himself in your art? Will you get to do a Front Cover in the series?
Love the b/w linework with the ink-wash. Reminded of the large bw magazines Marvel did in the 70's. Makes me wish that was the final look of the comic.
Just found this page and I have to say I absolutely love it. I know of your official site but didn't know this was around. Time to look into more. PULP LIVES!
cunnigham: thank you :) I'll post some more preview art next week. Meanwhile I hope you enjoyed issue 2 of Zorro, out in the stores last week.srh: just trying to save some time and not drawing all the same content twice. It's a bit risky (if you screw up with the inks) but I am an optimistic :D Thank you!Ilia: thank you :) The inks are all traditional, pencil, inks, washes. So I ahve plenty of inks all over my hands ;) Matt review the layouts and then the final pages. So far most of the notes come after the layouts. There have been a very few minor fix to the final inks as well. No front covers on this first 8 ish mini. Maybe on the second one ;)Gorman: Thank you! :) Maybe they will do a B/W director's cut version, who knows ;)Anthony: I am glad you got here then :) I try to promote this blog on my website and on forums. Let's hope the crowd will grow bigger and bigger -Pulp is still very much alive :) Thank you!Cheers,Francesco
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