These days many pencillers are opting for “digital inks”, where their pencil pages are scanned directly and darkened in a program like Photoshop to replicate the look of traditional inks.  For Boom Studios “Starborn” artist Khary Randolph uses this process to speed up his process as well as maintain control over his image.  Here he […]

Artist Khary Randolph lets us in on his hybrid digital process, which combines the best of both worlds using both a wacom cintiq and regular old fashioned pencil and paper.

One of the things I love about the new 52 relaunch at DC is the inclusion and updating of many of my favorite Wildstorm characters. Voodoo is one of them. Over at Comic Book Resources artist Sami Basri has shared a breakdown of some of his pages for the upcoming book. The results area amazing […]

As you go through The Comic Archives you’ll hear many a penciller say that the hardest part of their job is laying out a page. They put all their energy into figuring out the most effective way to tell a story in individual pictures that work together to communicate an action. The fine folks over […]

While the focus of this site is mainly on what is already being used to create comic books, I couldn’t help myself from posting this news about a gadget from Wacom, makers of wonderful pen tablets like the Intuos and the Cintiq, which is all the rage with digital artists. Their new product works with […]