... and here's the completed/inked page from two posts earlier:
Notice how I've inked 'white' lines over the 'black' india ink lines of the previous step? (ie. The pants folds in the top-left frame.)
NB: I don't think of this inked page as the finished one... it's always the 'printed' page that your readers will see that should remain as the finished page in your mind. If you're really sincere about creating stories, think beyond this page. Think of the lettering, toning, scaling, paper, etc - and don't get sucked in (like so many others do), into thinking you're done after you've inked. People who look at their inked pages as 'folio pieces' or 'precious gems' first are missing the point, I think.
But again... thats me.
Next step... I'll show the finished page. I'm just not sure about the second-last frame of the boot closeup. It's bugging me. Doesn't sit right in the 'flow'. Seems too flat of a composition compared to the other panels leading in and out. (I know, I know... Colin Wilson is rolling his eyes right now, telling me to 'lighten up', forget it, and go onto the next page... and Tom Bonin will slap me for cross-hatching again - :-)
PS: Shit. I juts noticed I forgot the rest of the guy's shadow on the 2nd panel, and the guy's shadow should be slanting 'down' in the 4th panel like the house... (aghh... lighting). Will remedy soon & re-post.