|Amazing Spider-Man #640, Page 16, Panel 4. 2010. Ink on Marvel board (with|
digital color), 11 x 17.25".
This shot in particular gave me a lot of trouble, so I ended up posing as the damsel in distress in order to move things along. Until I did the gesture myself, I couldn't get her figure to look like it was resting on the ground. A simple shadow under her leg would've made it even more effective, but what's done is done. That being said, I wish I had colored in her lower back; it was my original intent in the drawing phase.
|This is how I spend the majority of my days.|
|Inked with a Winsor & Newton Series 7 #6 brush, using Pelikan Drawing Ink A|
|Penciled with a 2mm lead holder, hardness of B or 2B, chisel tip|
|Amazing Spider-Man #640, Page 16. 2010. Pencil on bristol board, 4 x 6".|
And finally, here's the panel in context, albeit in the layout phase. As you can see, the meat is all there, but the condiments are missing. Also, panel 6 is a repeated panel, the code for which I've written at the top. This helps to remind me why I did such a bad drawing.