aaah it's so cool seeing how different everyone's process is! Here's a comparison of a bonus comic I did last month:
..there were some modifications.
Check out the story here!
A recent page of Whispers of the Past:
My rough sketch in all it's glory! Oh, yeah look at that. My hand writing too, ah, so glorious! Why do I even bother finishing my pages? lol.
And then finished.
This is my storyboarding sketch:
This is my clean sketch:
And this is the final result:
Okay I don't have the whole comic but You can see more or less my artistic process here and the final result
Before I hop into skeletons and such, I make a script that goes through revisions and stuff usually allllll the way until skeletons happen! I generally also doodle constantly in the margins.
We're part of the messy sketch gang. This is from a one page panel we did for DETOX.
Here is how a sketch of my comic looks like!
I don't save my sketches :0
I guess I should start doing that now.
I love how rough your first sketch is, but you get the message across!
I'm weird because I don't sketch whole pages. I sketch individual pieces and stitch them together after scanning them. I like it better that way so I can make it flow more in a vertical-scroller setting. I just sketch in ink, take notes on how to edit it, then refine the sketches using a light table.
Kinda weird sharing stuff in webtoon format, but here's a storyboard sketch, rough sketch, and final for one panel.
Did I won the award for the shittiest sketch yet? =D
Very rough sketch of a recent page
and the finished ver
w.i.p buffer episode~
:3 Okie I finally found a way to sketch rough drafts digitally AND be able to draw my lines traditionally so here's my new version of my sketch phase