Mitch Gerads’ art in The Sheriff of Babylon is a masterclass in how the aesthetic approach to comics art is just as important in the storytelling and reader response as the action within the panels. Hassan looks at five different things Gerads does, including color and palette choices, digital tools and black ink levels, to dissect what he’s doing and why it’s so effective.
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