You two made a hell of a team, man! I always admired your inks and how well they matched Campbell's style. I was a HUGE fan of the Danger Girl series, and still am. There was a lot of great humor to the lines and the looseness of it. I felt a big difference when his stuff wasn't inked by you. Big fan here! Cheers.
I was never that into Wizard (buing it anyway) but I always made shure to check out the covers. If I liked the cover, I would buy. I happened to be broke when this ish hit the stands or I probably would still have 10 copies of it
I noticed someone earlier posted that they were gonna snag for coloring. I was wondering what the rules were on that? I'm a lousy colorist but I try and this is a very different inking style than what I'm used to practicing on so I was wondering if it's ok for me to color?
A nice contrast to the Gen-13/Batman cover you posted. Not nearly as much line bounce, and a lot more subdued style with the ink. Still the wonderful organic shapes, beautiful grads and confident lines.
Great stuff, Mr. Garner. I really appreciate your posting your inks.
I see your point. The Gen-13/Batman has a certain frenetic energy to the inks; depending on what you're trying to accomplish, that can actually work in your favor, or against you, depending on the action in the image.
Still, they're both great, and certainly carry a lot of your signature inking style.