wow - that's a REALLY rich dark black in the background!is that pelican ink or did you just put the black in in illustrator??the unnamed huh? let's call him...TIMMY!!
Hey, Jason!Hah..funny you noticed that, too!... thing is, the original isn't that dark! I used some big fat black marker that I had at work to fill in the background...something you'd use to label boxes...reason I used that was because this drawing was done on thinner, copier paper and it tends to buckle up when I ink the backgrounds in with the brush pen.I scanned it at work and it just came out like that. I didn't really tweak it in Photoshop, just the way the settings on the scanner picked up the blacks.PS Timmy says hi.
Truth be told, I saw the original at work and he had done the whole piece up in these super-girlie pastels. Thankfully, the scanner had a mind of its own and took over...mercifully changing all those "sweet" colors he used into the infinitely more manly, rich black we see before us. Thank God!Long Live Timmy!
Damn You, Robbie! You've given away my trade secrets!! Timmy will be waiting for you, next time you step out of the shower.
nice, i like them all they look like they could all be in the same monster family. (monster family)
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