Monday, October 29, 2012

Ink examples

Some images made by masters of black and white. Different ways to ink your drawings.

A good sketch should make easier your inking. Nevertheless, feel free to work in a more intuitive way by repeating the same image several times in order to to get a well-balanced image.
At first it's a little bit complicated when you ink images using pen nibs and brushes, but due to its full and loose effects it should give relief to your drawing (with a micro marker you will not get the same result).  For this assignment, please do not use: Micro marker, Photoshop, etc

Bernie Wrightson (from Baltimore)
At some point, Andreas and Francois Schuiten work the same way.

Moebius (Jean Giraud)
Max Hallinan (Mica Alumn)

Gustave Doré (woodcuts and engravings).

Frans Masereel (woodcuts).

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