Another Brett Booth pencil that I digitally inked; Spider Woman. I don’t know if it was ever used as a cover, as I couldn’t find a finished version online. Most of Booth’s pencils can be found with a date associated with them. This one didn’t have a date or any inked version that I could find.
It was challenging to figure out what was going on at first. Once I realized what the content was, I chose to use a few different brushes to help distinguish the graffiti from the rest of the madness. Overall it was pretty fun to ink.
I digitally inked a Brett Booth piece (pencil) of Nightwing, for practice. I really liked working on his pencils, more so than the Paulo Siqueira pencils I did in September, because Booth’s pencils have a fast quality to them, and they are a bit more loose than Siqueira’s, which allows more room for interpretation on the inker’s end.
When I have room to interpret pencils, I tend to be more engaged with the process and am able to work more magic on the piece than if the pencils were so tight that all I had to do was tediously trace them (which is not as fun but still rewarding in it’s own right).
Just bought Frenden’s brush pack for Manga Studio 5. Hell YES. This ink was done with the Leaky Pen Brush. I attempted a smirk face. Was supposed to be doing research on character design for a suave Devil. It’s now fucking 4:30am.