I’ve been practicing brush inking, and I have the feeling I’m getting somewhere. I got some nice winsor and newton brushes and I’m still happily experimenting with them. I also made a test page for Streets of Ganjet, to see if brush inked characters on a penned background, coloured in, would look good.
Unforetunatly the page ended up a bit skewed and I think I’ll have to become good friends with my mirror once I start doing future pages.
I disliked how normal comic formats are one page a load, so this one loads up all tiny pages and then you can flick through them. The comic itself is Axel/Saïx slash, hence why I also made a seperate tag to prevent it from showing up on my rss-feed.(I don’t want anyone who isn’t looking for it to see this)
Basically this was the final product of my VD3 assignment. We had to make a marketing pakage for a game or movie(that we came up with) and the project had to be done in illustrator.
I’m pretty proud of it myself. My teacher liked that the logo was original though I thinks I should’ve been more careful with the spacing. I also lost some points on presentation(because I didn’t print graphics onto my CD) but in the end I received an 8/10.
When we showed our story for the season changing puzzle game to our concept development lecturer, she suggested that we should make mother nature more native amarican, because the story is set in the west.
Again, this was done in inkscape. Generally, everyone seems to agree this Mother Nature looks better.