Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Werewolf Love

10 comments:

Katie said...

I've been loving all the recent Halloween inspired drawings you've been posting! So cool!! This one is one of my favorites...

prof. grewbeard said...

more great stuff!

Rooniman said...

Well that date went well.

Pedro Vargas said...

Thanks, Katie and Grewbeard!!!

Rooni-He just couldn't help himself to a little nibble!

Nazario said...

I just hope she wasn't a southpaw!

By the way, I know you ink these in Flash, but how do you get the line to be so crisp and not wobbly at all? Do you use the brush tool?

Pedro Vargas said...

Yeah, I use the brush tool with the setting at 80. So at that setting a stroke will look real nice and smooth, but I do the strokes in small parts and not do long strokes. If you do a long, wavy (or bent) stroke with your pen with the setting at 80 or higher the line comes out kinda messed up. So what I do is small strokes separately and connect them all together so that they'll look like one big smooth stroke. Does that make sense?

This kinda process takes a while to do, so you'd have to be really patient when doing your lines like that, and I'm very precise about how I want my lines to come out so that's why they look all smooth.

Kali Fontecchio said...

HAHAHA holy shit awesome

Whit said...

That bitch had it coming. She'd still have an arm if she hadn't complained about dinner and made them leave the restaurant early. Honestly, I'm more worried about the interior of that car. It looks like a classic. I have a special place in my heart for classic cars as my first car was a 65 Chevy Impala.

Best. Halloween. Drawing. Ever.

Pedro Vargas said...

Thanks, Kali!!!

Thanks, Whit!!! Yeah, she was kind of a mega bitch, so he kinda had to do it. And don't worry about the car, he's used to cleaning up plenty of messes from past girlfriends :)

ryan said...

lol!