Monday, June 05, 2006

tonal!!

I'm feeling pretty under the weather today. I hope i get over cold this sooner than later!! anyhow here is a tonal study!!

19 Comments:

Blogger K McLeod said...

This is nice. Was the tonal done with markers or photoshop? If it was done with photoshop did you keep the sketch a a greyscale and then add color or did you use RGM and just play with the greys in the pallet box? The reason I was asking is that I have buckeled down and spent the weekend learning ps and illostratoir. Hope you get over the cold. Kevin

10:09 AM  
Blogger PEPE said...

hey kevin,
thanks!!this was done in photoshop. the image is grey scale. its just a bunch of layers with the top layer being the drawing that is set to multiply and i work on the layers below filling it in. i used about six layers below the drawing layer two are for flats(solid greys) for each character two are for midtones and two are for highlights. ths is just to have some flexibility as i can play with the levels of each layer after i have done some work on it. ihope that makes sense!!

1:37 PM  
Blogger Niccolò said...

Great Works , love that blog.
I'll be back !

2:09 PM  
Blogger Tragic Toons said...

great work as always.
I just got my copy of your book in the mail late last week. it was well worth the wait!

3:44 PM  
Blogger Scott Tolleson said...

Very NICE Sir Robin!!!

5:43 PM  
Blogger Kyle Marshall said...

This rockin', I cant wait to see some pages.

Always killer design.

7:31 PM  
Blogger Adam said...

love it. I fancy the way you draw ladies.

9:20 PM  
Blogger Mattias said...

Wonderful stuff, I'll be back

12:55 AM  
Blogger Antonio Santamaria said...

Wonderful... Nice work! Every time it looks so great! The next will be the colours??? ;)
Congratulations. Saludos!

4:13 AM  
Blogger Miah Alcorn said...

Man your very own comic! Dude that's awesome! The images are lookin' oh so nice too sir! I'm sure it's gonna turn out great. Best of luck getting over the cold and with work and the new appartment, and, and, and.... well
everything I suppose. Still missing the fooze man! Later tater.

6:09 AM  
Blogger flipstudios said...

robin, beautiful work. i see that you have recently relocated to vancouver, bc. i got my diploma in 2d animation there.i live in victoria now, but still commute there for work. may i ask what you are working on presently? andrew

flipstudios.blogspot.com

7:47 AM  
Blogger K McLeod said...

Robin that made perfect sence and a much better work space by just multiplying the orininal drawing. In the past I would rename the baground image after I scaned it in PH and then just keep adding layers making at time a really large file. Thanks for the explanation.

9:25 AM  
Blogger PEPE said...

thanks everyone!!

tragic toons, hey thanks again and i am glad you dig it!!

hey scott, i cant wait to hook up for some beers at the con my friend!!

hey kyle, me too!!

hey antonio, Gracias!! probably not for a while!! i think!!

hey miah, at least thats the dream!! and i miss foozing it up with you and the crew!! you fooze master fooze!!

hey flipstudios, thanks. that sounds like a heck of a commute to vancouver everyday!! i work at radical entertainment (video game co.) doing concept art. who are you working for out here?

Hey kevin, glad that worked for you and even gladder that it made sense!!hehehehe!!

10:25 AM  
Blogger Dominic Bugatto said...

Some really nice drawing going on in this blog. Well done.

6:48 PM  
Blogger Matt Cassan said...

Great tonal dude guy. Love the girl.

8:40 PM  
Blogger martin wittig said...

Robin--This is so damn cool!!

10:38 PM  
Blogger Hans said...

Wow, this looks really really good! Love the characters and very nice rendering too!

Hans

9:17 PM  
Blogger Chris Sims said...

Great work! The tonal study really pushes the piece to the next level!

9:14 AM  
Blogger Jav said...

Yo Rob!
What up playa!
Hows all!?
This tonal study here rocks! Very nice design...
Who woulda thought, I'd like something you did? heheheh...
BTW, They axed Maximus overhere...
Go figure...
Keep it up!

9:30 AM  

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