Here is the timelapse of how my Darth Jar jar Binks illustration came together. This video includes two Jar Jar illustrations: the first being a traditional Jar Jar and the second being Darth Jar Jar (or Darth Binks if you wanna be a stickler for tradition).
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This illustration is by Travis Stephens and was drawn completely in Procreate on a 2021 12.9″ iPad Pro.
The basic HB sketch pencil was used for the layout and penciling stages. The Tech Pen brush was used for inking, with Streamline set to zero.
For coloring, I used a Soft Brush and an Edge Control brush from Jingsketch’s brush pack, available at https://jingsketch.gumroad.com/
The soundtrack is “The Planets” Orchestral Suite by Gustav Holst
Today, I’m going to recreate the G.I. Joe #46 comic book cover by Mike Zeck, published by Marvel Comics in 1986.
Recently, I was commissioned to re-create this awesome cover and used the opportunity to record the inking process. Initially, I had planned on used a Hunt 102 nib to ink this piece but after only a few lines I saw that would not work. The nib was not gliding over the paper as I wanted and actually pulling up fibers so I switched over to Copic Multi Liners.
This first video is about 3 hours of work compressed into 18 minutes.
-Copic Multi Liner 0.5-Black
-Copic Multi Liner 0.8-Black
-Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pen-Big Brush-Black 199
-EON Ultra Smooth Blank Bristol Board
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