Yeah, it would depend on focal length/depth of field I guess. That would have been a good way to do it also! It would’ve been an entirely different shot, though. I should play around with it more.
final—boss said: what program did you use for this? Also kudos to you for being such a prolific artist! You are a true inspiration
Hey, I did that in Sketchup to figure out how it works. It’s really easy and fun to use!
(and thanks — that’s a huge compliment. I really appreciate it.)
I think most pens tend to fade a bit. I’ve switched to mostly calligraphy ink for inking and it’s pretty good about not fading. Ink lines that aren’t perfectly black never were a real problem since I file away pages after scanning and never look at them again.
I used to get messed up inks a lot back when I leaned too hard on the eraser — maybe you can get better results by going over gently with the eraser a few times. Erasing this way instead of rubbing the drawings like a madman also helped with hand pain.
Sorry for not being helpful. If anybody’s got a good eraser-resistant pen to recommend, feel free to reply?