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Matt Hawes
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Posted: 19 May 2020 at 8:19am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Nice job, Mark!
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Here is the first half of my day.

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Matt Hawes
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Nice work!

Just out of curiosity, has anyone here tried inking
all the pages so far, or have you all been
selective regarding which pages you ink? Also, are
any of you intending to ink every page eventually?

For myself, I'd like to get the opportunity to ink
the pages, too, but between my selling books, and
working on my own art project, along with other
responsibilities, it may be some time before I take
my shot.
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Eric Ladd
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Matt, I have done pages from every issue, but I dont keep them. I give
my pages to friends that ask for them. For the last four months I have
been submitting JBs Elsewhen pages and other artists to a DC inker
for review. When I get better I could see inking an entire issue, but Im
still not 100% satisfied with any of the pages I have done so far. There
are usually a few lines on each page I think should be better. One day!
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Paul Wills
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Same here. I just kind of randomly pick pages to ink. Unless I was doing steady comic work, I don't have a reason to ink a full issue. I have more fun picking and choosing. Some pages I ink I'm very happy with and other pages I look back on and only see what I could have done better. 
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