Man, these look almost finished. Seriously, blow these up in photoshop and draw over them with a Wacom, it's done.Looks great .
I'm afraid of how much time I'll probably be devoting to any one of these once I have them traced out onto the final paper.
these are really great aeron. seriously. as far as the finished version goes, are you going to do traditional drawing over them or what?
Yep, traditional drawing. My current process starts with these kinds of sketches. I redraw it in bold lines on the size the finished drawing will be. Then I add details, change things around in the larger size. Then with my makeshift light table I'll lay the paper under a sheet of Srathmore Bristol paper. I trace out everything so that I'm left with a good sheet of paper that has a solid drawing on it without so much as one single eraser mark. After that it's all a matter of drawing from top left to right, and down, like reading a book. This allows me to draw in a pattern that won't force my wrist to rub against already drawn areas and smear the lines.
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