CaptainGeech wrote:This is my second post for this jam. I wasn't happy with this at first, when it was just a sketch. I was about to start over when I decided to try a new style on top of the sketch. Now I'm happier with it. Funny.
good for you. the one thing i wouldmention in this line weight. while you have nice areas of pure black, and some others with a little half-tone type thing, i would say that your line weight is overall very uniform. there are various methods that inkers use (and lord knows it took me a long time to get anything approaching an "interesting" line) but what you may want to try is making her silhouette line thicker, interior details thinner, shadow side thicker, light side thinner and try varying width within lines themselves. don't be afraid of getting real close up and editing (or redrawing) the lines until they're right. with practice it'll become second nature and more fluid and your drawings will appear looser yet more coherent and dynamic.