classyraptor asked: Those sketchbook drawings are so nice!! :-O
I know !! that’s from Moulin du Coq, and it might be daler rowney’s paper in it… or similar. (those DR notebook, with softcover, are also very good) !
pissegg asked: following up the last anon's question, do you mind sharing your process for scanning/cleaning up your lines to color them? I've done a lot of experimenting in PS but I haven't found anything that works /that/ well.
hEy ! first it depends if its inked or not, I work with inked stuff so, if its the case just scan it 1200/dpi black n white for a good quality. Then you can turn down the resolution you want to work it in color. And if you go in the channels you can select with if my fingers remember it well “ctrl+ click (or right click?) the shape of you line, then you get out of the channel back on your layrs, you create a new one, (oh inverse the selection because it might be the white that is selected I think) and then the drop paint on the new layer. That gives you a line with transparent instead of white wich you can color easily (in fact iam lazy and most of the time I just put my line layer in multiply ahahahah !) Hope it helps you !
classyraptor asked: Is a lot of your work traditional? Really love what I'm seeing! Especially in regards to color choice.
zeruel100 asked: have you seen kaiba? it seems like something you'd like, also i adore your art!!!!
thanx ! yeah I’ve seen it some years ago, and I loved it, of course, more than that, I started read hard all the Tezuka’s I could found because of Kaiba, and I think it (Kaiba+Tezuka) still directly affecting my way of drawing…
wtfzoned asked: Have you taken any inspiration from Akira Toriyama in your art style? I think you might like Chrono Trigger.
Toriyama is like the uncle of drawers, we all love him… It’s cool to ear some people see his influence in my drawings. I never played Chrono Trigger but I watched one of my brothers doing it ! Magus !!!