This looks good! Nice work!
btw how do you feel about me coloring some of the same inks you color? (Or course I would ask the artist.) I just don't want you to think I'm just copying you. I just like some the inks you chose to color. Am I making any sense?
Thank you! It's not really my favorite though.
Of course! It's be cool to see some comparisons! And it's not like I have exclusive permission to do a piece anyways. If you want to find some artists to talk to, check my page. I have a nice list of people who have given me the ok. You might also want to check out it's where I found the piece, as well as a billion others!
Looking pretty good... nice work. I would've like to have seen more texture on the ticketbox Spidey is crouched on tho, I think it would've added more dimension. But overall, good stuff... and thanks for the compliments on my inks!!! I appreciate it!
I see what you mean about the texture. I'm fairly new to color work about 7 months or so, so feedback is always helpful.
And no problem, I really like your ink work.
Whoa! Looks like Murder World territory. Love that place. Really nice piece. Very atmospheric!
How can't someone love Murder World?
It's so amazing. XD I wish I could figure out which comic books Arcade is in.
This is one of my favorite ones so far!
Really? I wasn't so sure about it. I'm glad you like it!
Yeah! I like it a lot!! The drawing is really good, though I'm not the biggest fan of this particular drawing, but the colors are awesome!
Scherberger's work is definitely different from my normal work, but I feel like his particular style really does scream Spider-Man. The child-friendly, Peter Parker, Spidey anyways. It was a nice change of pace for me, and Paris' inks really made this piece stand out for me.
I guess I just can't get over his wrists... This is true, I guess the eyes are a big thing that throws me off. I've never seen them draw in that shape, but aside from the wrists, it's kinda growing on me.
Some are styles are like that. There are some I just didn't like, but the more I saw, the more I liked them. Some of my favorite artists used to be my least favorite.