Thursday, October 20, 2005

FABLES 46 Auction

The original final drawing for FABLES 46 for sale on Ebay.
Happy Bidding!

And here is how it finished:


Shawn Escott said...

Very nice James! The bottom area seems a little busy. I'm not sure what is happening there. Love the detail and colors!!! I also like the way you used the negative shapes of the plants. Your drawing is amazing! How do you go about coloring it?

7:46 AM  
Mal said...

Beautiful, as usual!

Still tried to find an email of vertigo people to plead for a collected covers book, with no luck.

I hope your next few books will be on glossy paper! and oversized. ;]

1:49 PM  
Alvaro said...

This piece its awesome James!, lets try it on Ebay... :)

6:50 AM  
Chris Hope said...

James, I have noticed that your later covers are drawn using blue pencil. Does this give you more flexibility in photoshop after the art is scanned?
The cover looks great!

8:06 AM  
Process Recess said...

shawn - I color this particular piece in photoshop using various layer effects. My original vision was to have one large , abstract shape on the cover, and have the bottom spill into a confusing war scene.

mal - thanks for trying!

alvaro - good luck!

chris - blue pencil does make it a little easier to isolate and manipulate the color. Other than that, I like how it looks!

11:37 AM  
Anonymous said...

Congratulations on high bid!

11:03 AM  
Shawn Escott said...

Thanks James!

11:05 AM  
boredomsketch said...

hello james fantastic work as allways. :)
i have a question for you. When you paint on photoshop, or any other digital program, do you use a wacom table or its just simple mouse? It also seems that you do almost all the shadows and glows on the final sketch.

7:32 PM  
Process Recess said...

boredome - I use a wacom. A simple graphire will work well and reduce strain on your hand. The Intuos is great for painting in photoshop due to its higher sensitivity.

10:29 AM  
boredomsketch said...

im getting an intuous, cant waiit to use it :D arrives monday hehe :)

1:12 PM  
Process Recess said...

boredom - nice! Looking forward to seeing what you do with it!

1:02 PM  

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