Rob Schwager

Husband to one. Daddy to three. Illustrator, designer and screen printer.

robschwager.com and tinybirdpress.com
Feb 8 '11
Sometimes, when I’m working on a page, I like to click off on the line art layer and take a moment to look to see what kind of color madness is going on underneath.  What’s seen, can be just as interesting (at least to IMHO) as the original line art. It shows you what we, as comic book colorists, can bring to the table. I  might post more of these sorts of images, if people dig seeing them.  Let me know.

This image, from a Jonah Hex issue, drawn by the master, Jordi Bernet and humbly colored by myself.  Enjoy.

Sometimes, when I’m working on a page, I like to click off on the line art layer and take a moment to look to see what kind of color madness is going on underneath.  What’s seen, can be just as interesting (at least to IMHO) as the original line art. It shows you what we, as comic book colorists, can bring to the table. I might post more of these sorts of images, if people dig seeing them.  Let me know.



This image, from a Jonah Hex issue, drawn by the master, Jordi Bernet and humbly colored by myself.  Enjoy.

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