oooh. such crisp lines*is jealous*
the not overyly complicated part.... sadly it is, i love detail to the point where it might be my death
this is one of my attempts to ink, if you look closely you can see the squigles in my lines, and see all the many variations in my line thicknesshttp://i336.photobucket.com/al ... linkIP.jpg
this is just a random sketch to give u an idea of how i drawhttp://i336.photobucket.com/albums/n332 ... etchIP.jpg
dont takes these and try and ink them, they are reduced quality and not suitable for editing
any way tell me what u think and if you think its not too complicated let me know and i'll happily send you a high quality PNG(i believe those hold layers too)
meanwhile im trying to get aquanted with the pen tool(also getting fruastrated with it)
That's not too detailed at all. By detailed, I meant excruciating things like thousands of scales or extremely complex markings.
You can send me the png of what you want inked via email if you wish, here's mine: email@example.com
The pen tool is quite challenging at first, just keep on practicing and you'll get better with it. Personally, I just use it for ridiculously long lines that I'd never be able to freehand.
Anyways, I have some inking advice for you...
Zoom in as much as you can on the line you're inking without cutting any of it off, also try to do the line in one stroke instead of several, that can drastically help with the smoothness of the line.
Here's an example of what I mean.
Line #1 is zoomed in and done in one stroke. Line #2 is done with a series of sketchier lines. Line #3 is drawn in one stroke but zoomed out quite a bit so it's all wobbly.