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Batman seq page 1 by gammaknight Batman seq page 1 by gammaknight
Batman page 1 inked washed sequencial. A request from my friend, Aaron Felizmenio.

I adjusted the hue using PS

Heto na pre! :)
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Treyos Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Very nice work! Looks great and the sequentials are clear. The background frame also does a really nice job off adding to it, even though you can't see much of what he's doing there. He's there, and that's all that matters. ;)
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AaronFelizmenio Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Siiiiir! Ayos to! It was nice seeing something new from you, Sarge! Ganda ng pagka banat sir! Next page na! :D
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ayk66 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Bro,nice sequential.Where's the rest of the page?Mine is halfway done but I put it aside in favor of another side projects.I think I have to finish it after seeing yours here.keep it up,see you at Cebu Komikon.
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NonieR Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Love the sequence here--the frame, the action, the way you make the shapes flow from one panel to the next with semi-congruous lines, while never confusing us about the separate panels themselves. You've definitely got us looking down at the car, seeing the action and waiting to see whether it's a meet, a hit, or something else. One of the best examples of a unified sequential page I've ever seen. Gorgeous!

For crits, I can only find two minor ones: The upper and lower halves of Batman's face seem slightly off-center to each other--if you draw one line down the (3/4 turn) center, from the back of the head to between the "ears", between the eyes, down the nose to the center of the mouth and chin, you'll see the features aren't all balanced relative to it, either in tilt or in distance from the center. (Let me know if this doesn't make any sense.)

And the line-shooting gadget in his hand seems quite bulky and non-Bat-themed for his usual. Is this canonical, or are you just giving him slightly more realistic gear than usual? Myself, I think I prefer his usual sleeker gear, which would fit better with this spandex look; more realistic gear is of course an artistic choice, but would probably go better with slightly bulkier armor, boots, etc.

Overall reaction: I wanna see the next page, dammit! WHAT HAPPENS NEXT, DOWN ON THE STREET? WHAT DOES BATMAN DO ABOUT IT?

So this is one hella good sequential.
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projectphobos Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Great technique which really is great to look at. I find the way batmans cape in the panel blends into his neck in the image behind it. The similarity between the last two panels is nice but I'm not sure if it's the best way to show what's going in. Overall a great page, really fantastic to look at.
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Neumatic Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome.
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