Thanks for your words guys ! I sometimes feel like I have more feedback with the community here than in the actual social medias...Ditto. Nice work there, NED! She looks cute in both art and cosplay.
I use something like 7 or 8... It's definitely too much for classic manga.Do you know how many shades of grey you use?
If I made a black & white comic, how many shades you'd recommand me to use? I precise I don't use to make black & white comics. I even lost the habit to make comic, actually. (^^')I use something like 7 or 8... It's definitely too much for classic manga.
Particularly when Toriyama in "Dragon Ball" almost don't use grey, he perhaps use 2 shades, but very well used.
However, Toyotaro/Toyble usually use more of them in "Dragon Ball Super" manga. But he uses a lot of light ones.
But I don't really like it. his pages usually looks a bit "faded" because of the lack of dark areas / or too many very light grey shades.
His work is a bad exemple of grey tone use I think, it doesn't "helps" the drawing part.
I tried to keep more contrast in mine to give a feeling of "color"
How many shades for you comics, I think it would depend on the style.If I made a black & white comic, how many shades you'd recommand me to use? I precise I don't use to make black & white comics. I even lost the habit to make comic, actually. (^^')
Anyway I like your way. And do you use exactly the same texture effect for each shade?
I did it too for a colored comic, I like it and it's easy to do.Yes I use the same texture for all of them. (First I don't texture anything then I apply a texture layer to all shades)
It was a tentative to give my pages a page scan feeling.