Victorian Squid wrote:
I see that more from the DC books I've looked at lately than Marvel, but I generally don't see a lot of what either one is publishing right now. I think there's a schism between the pencils/inks and digital coloring. I think the artist is more likely than ever to go that coloring book route, leaving it to the colorist to add everything else, including the illusion of depth. But the pencils/art should be giving panels depth too, not merely line/perspective drawings like a lot of what you see in Superboy. Not enough collaboration between the artist/inker/colorist, in other words.
Also, some digital colorist just suck balls. This issue looks like 1997-era CGI in terms of the shading/gradations.
It's happening a lot outside of Marvel and DC too.
The pencillers seem to be more and more dependent on colorists. You're right about the lack of depth and shading in the pencils. The pencillers should be doing that.
I think Jamie Grant did a phenomenal job in All-Star Superman, but he doesn't seem to have as much to work with here.
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Jude Terror 12:19 AM
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