So, having had a few pieces finished last week, I now find myself staring at my table thinking "what do I do now?".
I've got lots, it's just a matter of picking out what I "feel" I want to work on. That's the one fun thing about this now; having had the epiphany that inking could never be a full-time gig for me (due to the fact that I'd be beyond dumb to vacate my current employment prior to my retire date), I'm no longer searching for pieces to "put in a portfolio" or "send of to Publisher X." I'm free to play in my own little sandbox, that has lots of toys graciously donated by other kids to my sandbox, and it's all mine with no worries and no time constraints!
I posted a few of the SBS & SBSBS of the Marion Green Lantern piece. Most readers (from feedback) seem to enjoy seeing the process that goes into these pieces, so I'll continue with that. I may add another something-something to the mix and start taking pics (or scans) of progression through the page. I figure maybe it'll give some insight on how I approach a page from start to finish, as well as guys like
some insight on where I can make some adjustments on my approach. The more well-rounded the artist, the better the final product.
is very good a pointing out what I need to work on, which is much appreciated.
At any rate, check out
's colours on the Marion Green Lantern, delve into the SBS & SBSBS folders of mine and find some 'new' artists that have what you like. It's funny, while I certainly appreciate the time it takes deviants here on dA to fav the SBS & SBSBS pieces, that was never my intention; I offered them as insight to a process, and as a means to find or check out other artists.
Although, I do appreciate the faves!