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May 30th, 2011


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05:45 pm - jobnik 9 is go!
i know, waaaay seriously long time. popping my head up to say that a new issue of jobnik is scheduled to come out in time for san diego, & to prove it/hold me to my word,

jobnik issue 9, page 3

woo!

also, if anyone wants to hear more from me (slightly more), i am now on twitter, @realgonegirl

p.s., does anybody still use non-photo blue pencils? i like em for doing perspective, except for the fact that all scanners see the lines, thus rendering the non-photo-ness, & their utility, completely void. is there a trick to this? is there a different colour that won't show up in scans, or is easier to delete from scans?
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From:howpedestrian
Date:May 31st, 2011 01:22 am (UTC)
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Open Channels in Photoshop, and select either Blue or Cyan. Most of the pencil should vanish.

This also works with red pencil, although it's trickier - if you scan non-photo blue in black and white, it disappears; red reads as dark grey or black. I prefer the blue for that just-in-case reason.

Congratulations!
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From:real_gone_girl
Date:May 31st, 2011 02:06 am (UTC)
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hmm, i will try that. it seems to me the blue does show up when i scan b/w, but i will investigate this channels thing. thanks!
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From:puddingsock
Date:May 31st, 2011 02:08 am (UTC)
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Way to go Miriam! I gave up on non-photo blue for my finished work... I just do a detailed rough then trace it off with a hard lead so I have a very "clean" page to ink on. Still, I do ened up with stray lines even then it's maddening trying to get them out of the scan. I just want the photocopier back!
Waht ARE you using up there by the way? Is ist all pencil? Ink and wash? Regardless, looks great. There's such control there-- you've really got a handle on placement of pacing of dialogue... it reads naturally.. really conveys the experience. Congratulations.
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From:real_gone_girl
Date:May 31st, 2011 02:57 am (UTC)
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i already trace my lettering & panel borders... tracing all my pencils is still a bridge too far for me, although other of my favourite artists besides you, do it (carla speed mcneil, for one).

it's all pencil, i "ink" in b-4b. just for these pages, i've started adjusting levels in photoshop to darken up my darks while keeping my midtones, on the advice of scott mccloud. before, i useta darken my darks in "variations," & it was more time-consuming & didn't work nearly so well.
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From:aethereal_girl
Date:May 31st, 2011 03:14 am (UTC)
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Looking good! Hooray!
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From:real_gone_girl
Date:May 31st, 2011 03:16 am (UTC)
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thanks hooray!
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From:enolarama
Date:June 1st, 2011 09:28 am (UTC)
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woohoo! Go go go!

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