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Civil War by Yu and Friend by StephenSchaffer Civil War by Yu and Friend by StephenSchaffer
Another image I forgot about and just recently found. I need to be smarter about that. Oh well. Dig.

P.S. I don't like coloring this many characters :)



Pencils - :iconleinilyu:
Inks - :iconblasterkid:
Colors - :iconnorthchavis:



Characters Marvel
Original image: [link]
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Madpredator Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2011
I don´t khow all the superheroes can battle like this
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StephenSchaffer Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2011
There certainly are a lot of them...
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Madpredator Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2011
yeah
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inkwork27 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2009  Hobbyist Interface Designer
this an old school comics creation because the power line and cross hatching are being visible and power lining are to very solid sir.but its so amazing
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StephenSchaffer Featured By Owner May 1, 2009
Thanks!
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inkwork27 Featured By Owner May 1, 2009  Hobbyist Interface Designer
sir i need your opinion regarding from my artwork because i would like to expand my ability on comics. i know comics is a bigger space on your life.o really love comics since from my younger age sir and i would like to expand my ability on comics
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StephenSchaffer Featured By Owner May 1, 2009
Sure. Just let me know how I can help you!
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inkwork27 Featured By Owner May 1, 2009  Hobbyist Interface Designer
about my style on penciling and inking process.i need your opinion regarding from my art sir
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StephenSchaffer Featured By Owner May 1, 2009
The first thing I would tell you is to pick one trade (either penciling or inking) and just do that one and perfect it. Whichever you choose, just go out and find who you like to look at and then compare your work to theirs. Obviously, there will be a big difference because you're just learning and they're professionals but it still can help you out.

After that, I'd suggest finding any book on anatomy you can and study the muscles. Some personal favorites are: [link] [link] and [link] Next I would go and take a couple figure drawing classes and draw from life as much as possible. If you don't have the money for that, just go to a park or on a train and sketch people in their normal surroundings.

Once you get the fundamentals down, then you can go into the actual form of making comics. The best and most popular book on it is this one: [link] Once you get more advanced you can look into books on perspective like this one: [link]

After you do all that, then you can start putting together your samples to show at conventions. And for that, I recommend reading my journal entry about how Joe Quesada does it: [link]

Once all that is complete, pat yourself on the back because it will no doubt take a very long time to get there, and just remember to never give up on your dreams.

Hope this helps! If you have any more questions, just ask.
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DEVMALYA Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
!!!THATS REAL NICE!!!
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