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A page from Scarlet Spider 6 by RyanStegman A page from Scarlet Spider 6 by RyanStegman
A page from issue 6 of Scarlet Spider that they allowed me to show. I inked this page, I'm a-inkin' this whole issue.
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SuperiorScarlet Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I love it!! I love it so much! :D
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Kalthandrix Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012
Love your work, Ryan! And I am happy to see that you are taking part in one of my new favorite comics! Scarlet Spider is awesome!!
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turbosuo Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012
When I look at your stuff it gives me a bit of courage with my own art. I was always afraid to let my own style shine through, thinking I needed to add more hatching texture ect. Comics seem so busy recently. It is really refreshing and encouraging to see someone with such a unique, clean style. This stuff is definitely going down on my inspiration list, cause it makes me want to draw.
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RyanOttley Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2012  Professional Artist
Nice! Cool to see your inks. Looks like you are filling in blacks with a thin pen?! Just playing with a little texture or don't like filling in blacks fast with a brush or something?
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RyanStegman Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2012  Professional Artist
Well, the way I'm working is I'm inking off of relatively loose pencils. So the blacks aren't even spotted before I start finishing the drawing. Then, I'm using that thin pen that I use for all of it, a Pitt Pen XS, to "find" the blacks. Much like I would with a pencil. Basically, I'm just doing EXACTLY what I would do with a sharp pencil with this pen. THEN, I go over top of that very quickly, I'm talking like no time at all, with a brush and fill it in more. If I left it just pen strokes it would look too weak.

Essentially, I'm just inking like I would pencil, and I think that I always penciled too tight. So the natural extension was to pick up a pen in place of a pencil and lo and behold I am now inking without changing my thought process at all.
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mediano Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Is that a preferance for revealing a stylistic difference with the inking? As far as it seems, it is, I mean you don't just paint the black areas in pitch black with a brush, instead you go with inked areas those are combined with brush covering and pen defacing. I wonder how does it work with the colors also... How did you and the editor agreed on this exactly? (got me curious (= )
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RyanStegman Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Professional Artist
Heh. I just started doing it and liked the way it looked. I turned in pages looking like this and the editors liked it. And that's how it happened!
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mediano Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Cool :D
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BrenoRanyere Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The awesomeness has no end!!!
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CliffEngland Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Every artist has a knack for certain characters. This one is definatley yours Ryan.
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