Mark Brooks is one of those artists whose work I love and wish had a higher profile. On his YouTube channel he has posted a timelapse video of him drawing a page of Uncanny X-Force. It’s all done in Photoshop and is quite a great watch. Check it out:

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.

Art Thibert, inker extraordinaire, at his drawing table working on a page pencilled by Howard Porter. Watch Art as he wraps up a page and then scans it in to finish it in Photoshop. Art Thibert at his Drawing Board from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.