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Peter Martin
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Doug Centers
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Posted: 24 January 2017 at 12:29pm | IP Logged | 2 post reply

Colored Pencil.
Must say I didn't go easy on the paper but nary a dent on the other side. Good paper stock. Kudos to IDW.




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Didier Yvon Paul Fayolle
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Oooh, those are nice !...

I have just started the cover !... Argh !
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Wallace Sellars
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Peter, your "CAUGHT" page is my favorite of the ones you've shared up to this
point.
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Joe Boster
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Even with copic markers the text on the other side is still  very readable much better paper then most adult coloring books. 
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Peter Martin
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Posted: 29 January 2017 at 4:26pm | IP Logged | 6 post reply

Amazing job, Doug.

I'm back in the saddle:

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Peter Martin
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Not particularly enamoured with what I did with this one:



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Peter Martin
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Rick Senger
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Having done just one page of one of my GF's coloring books for adults, I know I don't have the patience for this.  I'm just going to enjoy everyone else's work.

Peter, great job!  Some of those look professional calibre.

Doug, for using pencil, your contribution has the most vivid colors.  Really nice.

Joe, excellent flame / smoke effect.
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Joe Boster
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Looks like peter is just taking pictures and that is bound to throw colors off in all kinds of ways. I'm going  check my scanner settings and give it another go. 
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Peter Martin
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Yeah, I'm just taking photos, because I find it plain easier than trying to stick the book in the scanner -- I find it captures more colour detail than my scanner as well. Comes out a bit too bright though, so I try and adjust it in photoshop to tone the colours down a bit closer to the way they look to the eye in real life.



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Peter Martin
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