Filling in large black areas. Taking a look at positive and negative space and ways to adjust it if needed.
- [Voiceover] So now I've gone ahead and put in…all the lineweight throughout the panels…that I think is necessary.…You can see the difference when I turn…that layer on and off, just what I added.…It might be a little bit different than your page.…But I want to go ahead and before we do anything else…let's name that layer before we forget,…and we'll just call it lineweight.…And of course if you've already merged this and whatnot…that's okay too, but for your exercise files…you'll have that nice and named now.…So look around at what I did,…I actually beefed up the robot's lineweight again…because I wanted to beef up the woman's lineweight…and then I actually added a little bit…to a few of these rocks that are jutting out there.…
You can really see the difference…that adding lineweight around this hand in the second panel…adds to separate it from the actual robot's body.…It now looks like it's on top there.…And then before this just looked like…kind of an array of different lines,…but now you can see that the pockets…
Method 2 shows us how to turn finished pencil artwork into clean, seemingly inked artwork, ready for color and ready for print—without any additional drawing.
- What is digital inking?
- Creating a page template
- Sizing artwork
- Choosing the right Photoshop brush
- Inking linework
- Filling in black areas
- Inking by converting drawings to grayscale