Indie comic Art (splash page)

4년 전

"A chef is a mixture maybe of artistry and craft. You have to learn the craft really to get there." - Wolfgang Puck. I drew this splash page for my indie comic “mudbrush” my mother taught me when I was young that when you cook something each ingredient should taste good all by itself. That philosophy is reflected in this piece.
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I used a combination of Sketch book pro and Photoshop to produce these.
I start by sketching it out with sketch book pro on my iPad then export it over to Photoshop to do all the high level rendering colours, lighting, texture, ect.
it took a little more than a 4 days to finish.

U can read a little bit of the comic here
https://steemit.com/art/@chriscomics/mud-brush-comic-book-part-1

That it for this post.
till next time✌️

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Dear Artzonian, thanks for using the #ArtzOne hashtag. Your work is valuable to the @ArtzOne community. Quote of the week: Art, freedom and creativity will change society faster than politics. -Victor Pinchuk

I really like how confident you are with perspective. And it’s always good to see all the little details that you put in every scene, lovely tomatoes here :).

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Thanks scrawly😁. I like drawing food and 🍅

Mad arts
I use sketch book too
I'd love to learn from you.

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Yeah sketch book is great, I cant believe it’s free lol.

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I guess its sketch pro that comes with a price

Haha I love the expressions of the customers xD

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Thank you.

I always say that the job as a comic book illustrator, is to capture the readers imagination. A lot of people can draw well...less can tell a story with words and pictures. With splash pages and covers you want to get them to wonder and want to know WTF is going on? Getting them to wonder that means you have gotten them to accept that they are looking at a "what" and not a drawing...looking into a world, a scene, an event. THIS my friend, does that about as well as I've ever seen. I'd upvote this twice if I could.

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...Oh...wait, I can resteem it! (still getting used to this platform) I'll do so tomorrow!