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The Ferryman, Page Two by cheshirecatart The Ferryman, Page Two by cheshirecatart
Full comic here: [link]

Comic Title:The Ferryman
Creators: Penciled, Inked, Written, and greytoned by Devin Kraft
Category: Long
Prompts: 6,8
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Status:DONE!

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thementalpatient Aug 28, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Is this done in watercolor? I can't wait to read more!
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cheshirecatart Aug 28, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
I wish:) It's grey paper, a "Stylo" pen, and some Blick grey markers with whiteout highlights. And a bit o' photoshopping! Glad you're excited!
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thementalpatient Aug 28, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Well that's quite a neat idea, haven't heard of using grey paper for comics. :)
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cheshirecatart Aug 28, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
I hadn't either until I was talking to Ben Templesmith at a con. I asked him, "Why grey paper", and he shot me back a, "Duh" look, and said, "For the tones and highlights". I dug the vibe, so I co-opted it, but I'm twisting it to serve a more 50s B&W film style whereas he usually brightens his tones up in photoshop.
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