Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Wacky Reference Wednesdays, No. 242

Green Hornet #7 Cover. 2013.
Ink(ed by Joe Rivera) on bristol board, 11 × 17″.

Hi there...

Green Hornet #7 hit shelves today! (Preview here). I did this during the summer while I was in temporary housing. Since I couldn't find my bristol board, I just did the penciling stage digitally. My Dad still did the inks the old fashioned way.


inks by my Pops
blue-line print of "pencils"


















digital "pencils"
digital sketch


digital layouts


digital "pencils" detail

4 comments:

  1. Interesting to see you did the "pencils" in black. It looks like they could've been colored over and used as the final line-art.

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    1. Yeah, when I do it digitally, it's tough not to just finish it. I still had my Dad ink because we like having the original art.

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  2. Hi Paolo!
    I really like your work and the passion you put into it,
    but I miss something in this composition.
    Don't you think Green Hornet's coat should have more movement?
    You put it on the scarf, why not on the coat?

    Anyway, thanks a lot for share your work!
    I learn a lot from you!

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    1. Easy answer: I don't know. I tried to imply that it was flying up behind him, but there was only so much room on the cover. There's always a give and take of some sort.

      Glad you like the blog. Thanks for visiting!

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