Truly fantastic illustrations, Dylan. Breathtakingly beautiful work. Do you use the Isograph for some of the line art or just for drawing panel borders?
Thanks Cliff! Really nice of you to say that.I use the isograph for tech stuff, straight lines etc. I used it a bit for the texture on the wall to the right of the guy locking the door. I like the way they skip a bit when you do quick flick lines on the ruler. Don't use them as much as I used to though as they stopped making rapidoliners, I tend to use markers more for tech stuff now.
Great panels - especially like the second image, the guys on the steps. Your drawing is always rock solid
Cheers Alan! Working out those steps took way longer than it should have.
I too have to say how cool that step panel looks. It's a nighmare doing such panels but you've done a great job here.Really looking forward to seeing this project in book form!
Very cool stuff as always... I have to say the step panel is good but the winner for me is the one underlined by the isograph. Great sense of drama in that shadow leading the eye forward!
Thanks Dave and Kev!
Great work as usual Dylan!I agree with Alan love the panel when they are walking down the steps...
Solid 'Bits & Bobs' , thanks for sharing.
God ....- these are great . Beautiful stuff . Glad I found this blog .Great stuff altogether . Inspiring to say the least .Cheers .
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