¿Donde sera el 5to MAB?

Mar Oct 19, 2010 8:33 pm por Bimago

Estamos a menos de una semana para el inicio del Budokai, la mayoría se encuentra emocionado por participar, lo cual me alegra. Ahora, necesito sus opiniones sobre dónde realizar la competencia.



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Cómic de Cooper - Dibujando Paso a Paso

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Cómic de Cooper - Dibujando Paso a Paso

Mensaje por Neoverso Comics el Lun Jun 15, 2009 1:52 pm

El siguiente es un tutorial que nos pasó Arguedas y que pueden disfrutarlo en el sitio http://www.boltcity.com/workshop/copper_tutorial/index.html también. Si tengo tiempo lo traduzco luego.

2 Parte - Entintando
3 Parte - Digitalizando




My desk. This workspace is pretty new, but it already has some clutter. I love seeing creative messes. Just so long as it isn't so messy it's difficult to work, I love having piles of paper strewn about
the workspace.


Before
I begin, I want to make note that the way I draw Copper is far different
than the way I draw my other comics, including Daisy Kutter, Amulet,
and my Flight stories. The process detailed herein is very time-consuming
and somewhat old-fashioned. I see Copper as an exercise in restraint
and a chance for me to put a lot of thinking onto a single page
without having to dilute the information. At some point, I should
post a detailed process for the graphic novel work, but in the meantime,
you can all check out some process stuff in the back of the Daisy
Kutter trade paperback.












To
begin, the thumbnail of the Copper strip is drawn on a sheet of computer
paper. The first draft, at left, gives me an idea what the strip should
look and feel like. I basically wrote this one around wanting to draw
Copper and Fred riding a turtle. The thumbnail on the right is the strip
after some adjustments are made for better pacing of the story. This
one is written just before I begin to lay out the panels.






Avril Lavigne ringtones



The
comic is drawn really BIG. This is a 19 by 24 inch pad of Bristol paper.









The
comic's dimensions are 15 by 15 inches. I also draw a line about a quarter-inch
inside the frame for the outermost panel border lines. And strangely
enough, this is how I hold a pencil.








Using the
very rough thumbnail as a reference, I lay out all the panels first.
These are not drafted using exact measurements. I just use the red lines
on a clear ruler to eyeball it, and save myself some time.






I use a
Sanford Col-Erase blue pencil. NOT the photo-blue, but just standard
blue. It feels better to use and is easier to read. For my pencilling,
I begin by scribbling rough versions of the images, and then I go back
to carve out all the details and solidify the shapes.






I use a
lot of construction lines since I'm still not able to draw good shapes
naturally. I have to work for the image every time. In fact, each time
I sit down to work on a comic, especially Copper, I feel like I have
to teach myself to draw all over again. You may notice that the dialogue
is different here than in the final. I usually end up tweaking the awkward
dialogue as I get closer to completion, placing stand-in text to just
keep myself moving. I also round the corners after I'm about halfway
done with the drawings. For some reason, doing the corner-rounding gives
me a sense of accomplishment and helps get me pumped to finish the rest
of it. It's all about inspiring (or tricking) yourself into getting
things done, I suppose...

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Re: Cómic de Cooper - Dibujando Paso a Paso

Mensaje por Mr Master el Dom Jun 21, 2009 12:15 am

No importa si no esta traducido, con solo las fotos se entiende bien el proceso.

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