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FantaSiege page - progress by chesterocampo FantaSiege page - progress by chesterocampo
here's a glimpse of how each page of Fantasiege is done. this is page one of the first issue.

1. After reading the script, I do one or two thumbnails on paper, and choose the one that best conveys what the script is saying. Too lazy to scan the thumbnails so just use your imagination; imagine several pencil squiggles around 2" x 3" each.

2. Now I start with the rough sketch of the page itself (first image of the series above). This one's directly on photoshop so I can't exactly call it "pencilling", can I? But that's the process I'm mimicing, really. :D

3. The sketches are loose, but it's all right since I'll be the one to digitally ink over them anyway. At this stage, I go over the rough sketch with clearer, cleaner, and bolder lines. For some of the pages, kurorima helps lay down line weights for added depth.

4. I pass color flats duties to mezaih where he puts in those extra patterns on the costumes and the floors and walls.

5. mezaih then passes the color flats to dxsinfinite for shadows and highlights. Once dxsinfinite is done with putting depth, he passes it back to me for color adjustments and whatnot.

6. The lettering is added to the image to complete the page. I did the lettering while mezaih and dxsinfinite were busy with the coloring.

so there! a completed fantasiege page. :D >whew< back to work...



p.s. FANTASIEGE is owned by GlyphStudios, Inc.



for more fantasiege goodness, check out www.fantasiege.com!
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BlackestFlame Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow! The third panel to the fourth panel is like a HUGE jump, very nice style :thumbsup::)
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GenomChaos Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2008  Student
I like the first color image. I don't know even though it's simpler, I like it.
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Villevissen Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2007
hey, awsome pic! btw how do you Ink digitaly? :D
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soulrailer Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I dont really like the lettering, the letters look to much euh comic like while the art is far more exceptional, i would prefer a more artistic letteringtype...

love the colors

greets Soulrailer
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novaheaven Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2007
ah damn your good! nuff said
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Kilalah Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
even just the flat colour looks awesome!
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chesterocampo Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
thanks! :D
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GAOrmerod Featured By Owner May 2, 2007
WOW
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elsevilla Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
wow retty awesome
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ursus327 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2007
I love it when great artists show their process. Makes the rest of us think we can actually do it, knowing you don't just start with the finished piece.
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