|Posted: 28 June 2006 at 12:39pm | IP Logged | 1
I've just gotten to the point in X-Men Omnibus where you
take over the art, and I was immediately impressed with just how
"solid" (I don't know if that's the right word) your characters were.
They seemed to exist so much more in 3D space than what I experienced
previously. I was wondering what, if anything, you consciously did to achieve
that quality in your work?
Secondly, when inking, I was wondering about the range of line thickness
applied to your figures, and if there was any method you applied to determine
just how think (or thin) the line needed to be, and how it transitions from
thicker to thinner? (Even looking at a muscular arm, there is a very clear
range of thickness that seems to enhance the drawing very much).