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May 7 '12
One Piece - Eiichiro Oda (draws, inks, and colors in demo video)
If you want to know how Oda makes his colorspreads, then you should spare 20 minutes of your time for this. He started from sketch, to ink, to coloring.
Few things of note:
- Oda uses some shade of purple to shade white, NOT GREY. My guess is that it’s V91 or BV20.
- On Luffy’s pants, notice he used light blue first, then mark in the dark blues, and then he blended them using a colorless blender.
- Oda creates those highlights using a white pencil. He only uses white ink for the really really bright parts.
- The blue sky is very even because he colors them over and over and over and over. This is the trick to evenly color a large area when using copics. Of course, you’re gonna kill the ink pretty fast.