Here is the finished inking on the second request from digiknight and now only needs to be colored.
I am happy with how the clothing turned out, especially since I am still at odds with the folds in clothing. The details are slightly different from what I normally do since I tend toward having the stripes at the ends of the clothing as opposed to just off the edge. The usage of the buttons and corresponding slits to button them at are new to me too since the clothing I usually draw are usually buttoned, if they happen to have buttons. The belt may be the most detailed one I have done in a while since most of my belts are usually simple and this one, in the picture, looks more solid and thicker and also has an ornamental rope and Yin Yang medallion as the buckle. There happens to be fur sticking and fraying out at the top as well. Overall I am satisfied with the quality of this drawing. That is saying much since I normally am not truly satisfied with a line art drawing. LOL. ^\^.
The wings are simpler in comparison to Y. Zhuang's for the reason that Y. Zhuang is stationary and near motionless whilst Elc Sa is in motion either about to perform an upper cut or is moving backwards. Either of those motions would require the appropriate motion lines to emphasize such movements, otherwise it is only imaginative as to what precise movement Elc Sa is making. Talk amongst yourselves and see if anyone can predict which movement I will emphasize. LOL. ^\/^.
This drawing is special to me in that it is the first drawing that was inked in more than one type of pen. In fact I used five different sizes ranging from .1 mm to .7 mm to get a varied look to the thickness of the lines. I utilized the thinner lines mostly for the clothing to indicate their lightness and airy nature with the .1 mm to .3 mm sizes of pens. I used thicker lines for the outer and main parts of the body using the .7 mm size. Details used the .1 mm and most of the lines in the boots and gloves / gauntlets used the .7 mm pen. The inner body areas and the belt used mostly the .5 mm pen with the rope using the .7 mm pen. The five sizes I used were .1, .2, .3, .5 and .7mm and were of the micron style of technical pens many artists of the Manga genre use and can easily be found in stores like Staples, Office Max and, mostly, at Micheal's art store. Not advertising by the way. LOL. ^\/^.
Traditional pencil drawing and inking that has been scanned and cleaned digitally with added filters to smooth the lines. Wings are fully digital in nature. (unfinished). ^\/^.