Yanick Paquette, a favorite here at The Comic Archive, has shared a breakdown of the steps for the cover to Batman Incorporated #1 on his deviantart page. Glorious high resolution jpegs let us in on his process, which was his first digitally pencilled book using a cintiq. The initial sketch:

The great Work in Comics shares a video from YouTube of colorist Brian Haberlin teaching not just how to use photoshop to color comics, but the thinking behind the use of those tools.  It’s been cultivated from classes he teaches on coloring and is fascinating and a great introduction to the world of digital coloring. […]

Photoshop has become one of the primary tools in comic book coloring, although every artist uses it in a slightly different manner to achieve the look they want. Here artists Anna-Maria Jung talks about how she uses Photoshop to color her animation style artwork.

Most comics these days are colored on a computer, typically using Photoshop. That’s where the similarities end. Each artist often find their own specific ways of utilizing the program to create wonderful colors. Here artist Anna-Maria Jung shows off a few pieces of her work.

Kalman Andrasofszky’s work has graced countless comics.  In a unique position being able to draw a cover from pencils to color he has the freedom to have total control over the construction of his images.  Check out this video to find out more about what goes into his process and what tools he uses to […]