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The Cape pg16 coloured by spidermanfan2099 The Cape pg16 coloured by spidermanfan2099
The Cape page #16 coloured.

Lineart by the awesome Zach Howard :iconspacefriend-krunk:, take a look at his gallery and add a fave or 20 ;)

Colours by me, 2099.

One of the samples I was going to submit to IDW but it wasn't exactly sequential was it haha, so I left it out.

Really enjoyed doing it as I've had it lined up for aaaages! I was in awe of Nelson Daniels version so I couldn't escape his influence and had to use the Halftone to some degree, it just works so well with Zachs lines.

Hope you like it guys,

Cheers and Rad
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Spacefriend-KRUNK Dec 27, 2012  Professional Artist
i forgot you colored this. well done, dude!
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:iconspidermanfan2099:
Hey thanks Zach... always itching to colour up more of your stuff, but Nelson always makes me pale in comparison haha! Great job on all the Dredd covers lately by the way ;)
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Spacefriend-KRUNK Dec 28, 2012  Professional Artist
thanks, and i'm sure Nelson will get bored of me one day. ;)
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:iconspidermanfan2099:
haha, doubtful mate... but if he does, you know where I am ;)
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LarsonJamesART Dec 17, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
how do you do those half tones?
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:iconspidermanfan2099:
When the image is done (without any tones), make a new layer with the flattened image in it, put it at the top of the layers. Grayscale it, push the levels so its mostly stark black and whites. Go to Effects/Pixellate/Color halftone... set all the angles at 45 degrees, and set the radius of the pixels at whatever looks best (I usually use 4-8 on a 300dpi cover). You should now have a halftone version of your flattened image in black and white. Now either set it to Multiply layer mode, or cut out the white using colour selection at 100% and double delete the selected white area's to tighten the spots, then play about with it. You can tweak most fo those above settings to suit you.

Presto :D
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LarsonJamesART Dec 17, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
awesome! thanks!
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tweatle Oct 18, 2011   General Artist
whoa man this looks cool! i want to read it now lol
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:iconspidermanfan2099:
Thanks man... go grab a copy, it amazing :D
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tweatle Oct 18, 2011   General Artist
ill check it out! :)
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