Thinkin' about maybe doin' another #SDF picture for the 0x20th anniversary. https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/Sagq9yOVTqdXMuUxH24
I was gonna color this, but... https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/WdUQi5VoKmlETvuZu4w #inktober #illustration
Another excuse to play with markers.
https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/nbXGeakrIT87F2yV4rI #sketchbook #illustration #cartoon #superman
If I'd played my cards right and never gotten married, this could be me right now! High-five to all the 8-bit #hackers, sceners, and microcomputer enthusiasts out there, livin' the dream and making poor dietary choices in the glow of a #CRT monitor. https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/fqCccTkkjrOufR8aBgY #sketchbook #inktober #demoscene
In the days of manual color separations in comic books, everything that wasn't line-art was full-saturation RBY (no black halftones for grays unless the inker used some Zip-A-Tone). So human skin-tones could get a bit interesting. White folks in DC's early days were 25% red; Marvel did 25% red + 25% yellow; Asians were often varying degrees of pure yellow; and people more darkly complected came in a small set of ink-heavy gray/browns. https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/R7ffS8YxPqiDooQgDlk #inktober
Alright, so markers are now something I have taken an interest in. It dawned on me the other day that if I just get three reds, three blues, and three yellows that I like, then I can color sketches/drawings in a manner akin to vintage comic-book color separations. I've done that digitally for years, but it's always been too ~clean~, y'know? So this is worth exploring for a bit. https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/fUOgTCYxq60bPFAgSt8
THIS GAME LOOKS LIKE A BLAST. https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/SGSqiD3EsjVHAp4j34