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Carney: As a low-level publisher of comic books I have to scan pages all the time. And as we all hopefully know, most comic pages are 11x17 inches in size. What most may not know is that to scan a single image at that size usually takes something called a "commercial scanner", which is very costly. Now, again, I'm low end, so I don't have thousands to spend on such a piece of equipment, but I got lucky, and now so can you. May I suggest the Mustek Scan Express A3. This scanner is pretty decent for scanning color work (if you know how to use it), but where it really kicks ass is in scanning black and white work like pencils and inks. You can't beat it for the price (less than 200 U.S.). Highly recommended for the "young buck on the come-up", to use the parlance of our times.
that ottley piece is amazing, and this is in no way a knock on his work or your comment about backgrounds being more impressive than character work...but...i get sort of irked when people talk about art being 'impressive.' at a certain point, being impressed doesn't mean shit. i mean, this isn't running a 4 minute mile or lifting a car. it is drawing a city. i believe that, with any piece of art,