Gallery of the Ntikrst

NtikrstNtikrst Registered User
edited March 2012 in Artist's Corner
Hi there! I'm a cartoonist/animator about to self-publish my first graphic novel which I'll be showcasing here along with some other art for fun and feedback.

First off, a couple re-designs for Superman,
Sman.jpg?t=1332779880

and Batman.
Batman.jpg?t=1332739527

Trunks begone!

Proof is imminent...
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  • NtikrstNtikrst Registered User
    But then these two have a dirty secret that they would rather we all forget...
    Heresy.jpg?t=1331979040

    Behold, sacrelidge!

    Proof is imminent...
  • NtikrstNtikrst Registered User
    edited March 2012
    Here's some more Super-Friends!
    Robin.jpg?t=1332720235
    Vulcan!
    BV.jpg?t=1332720235
    Inukchuk!
    AC.jpg?t=1332720235
    Apache Chief was too confusing... ;-)

    Ntikrst on
    Proof is imminent...
  • Arden CaneloArden Canelo Registered User regular
    I'd like to see some of your own characters and not another person's if that's okay.

  • NtikrstNtikrst Registered User
    edited April 2012
    Here's three characters from my upcoming graphic novel.

    Larry, Curly and Moe! ;-)

    Ntikrst on
    Proof is imminent...
  • FANTOMASFANTOMAS Flan ArgentavisRegistered User regular
    the ultra bold lines are not making it for me, but thats just my opinion.

  • NtikrstNtikrst Registered User
    Those last three pics with the "ultra bold lines" are all magnified and tightly cropped. The lines aren't so bold when you see them on the page at proper scale.

    I am going for a crude Golden Age look with the first book, but that might not be everyone's cup o tea.

    Proof is imminent...
  • NibCromNibCrom Registered User regular
    I would stick to colors within the CMYK range. Some of your blues and reds are far too bright to ever print correctly.

  • MustangMustang Registered User regular
    These really aren't working for me. Stylistically every thing is far too rigid. Do you have any sketches?
    Also the off gamut colours are searingly bad. Take Nib's advise and start doing your colours in CMYK, RGB is giving you options that no man should take.

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