Don’t know if it is noticeable but I spent a little more time on the colors. It is still very grounded in my style, but I added a few details like a varied skin tone and rim lighting.
This wreaks of setup by Pickle. >.> I get the feeling that Pickle is going to owe him a beer after this.
Pickle would never admit to anything.
He may never admit to it, but we all know… we’re watching you Pickle. >.>
Trish is there to keep Pickle at least a little honest…and also to make sure their missions are an actual success 🙂
Unless she’s got him on an actual leash, I doubt she’ll get far with that. 😛 As the saying goes, “their is no I in team.”
You can really see the difference in that closeup of Pickle.
Yeah, the closeups tend to show off the techniques a lot more. Granted I spend more time on the closeups just because there is room for the detail. How are you liking the changes? Good or is it too much for you?
If you hadn’t said anything, I’d just think “oh, it looks better for some reason.” LOL! I like the atmosphere with this style. And it’s not overbearing or jarring, the transition from the previous chapter is just fine.
I would like to add, I also enjoyed the gritty palette from the opening chapter.
Yes the first chapter has a completely different look. I admit I was still learning how to color or how I wanted to color. I was very much a novice with any type of coloring beyond any basic cartoony, simple solid coloring. While I do still like what I did with the first chapter, it does feel a bit muddy to me now. Thanks for reading!
Yea, that is why I said gritty! It had its own charm. The lines on this new method are much better overall.
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