Great job, I find these characters really inspiring. I'm currently trying to find a way to add color to my otherwise B/W pencils, and the results you got with this are interesting. Personally, I'd love to keep 100% traditional (acrylics and stuff) but it takes an enormous amount of time to set up everything in my small apartment. Still, I'm totally not capable of sketching on a tablet. This here looks like a great compromise. Fav & watch!
Thank You. I think it´s all about practice with the tablet. I really first began to work in color when I bought a tablet. Before that I just messed around a bit with acrylics and watercolor but wasn´t very ambitious. I totally concentrated on pencil drawing (and inking, which I don´t do any more at all)
Thanks for your answers. I myself am a pencil-addicted. When it comes to color, I too often feel like it's a "less creative" part and I lose interest. That's why I mostly do B/W or pencil art, but while this is good for my comics class, the same is not true for illustration class, where teachers want colors and big, bright shapes. However, when forced to do something in color I quickly become bored; besides, it takes a lot of time. I feel lucky Wizards of the Coast recently did a contest for their A-series reprints asking for B&W art: I submitted an entry and was selected as a winner, but had the contest been about color art I probably wouldn't have even tried. That's why I love your line/color balance: something like that could work for me once I get accustomed to it.