http://michaelstewart.deviantart.com/ asked me this question, and as I started to respond, I realized that this would make a nice, long, painful Journal entry. Being the sadist that I am, here is my answer:
Honestly, I'm probably the worst example of a TC guy, in a lot of ways. A lot of the basics I've learned come from animation, painting and studying film.
So far, the most useful thing that I've learned from Marc, by far, is how to approach a blank piece of Bristol paper. Marc is helping me close the gap between a great sketchbook and a great comic book page.
I might post some examples, but this is basically how
--the Image/TC/Wildstorm layout method
No blue pencils, no lightboxes or anything, because that stuff stiffens up your work. The clean up is all based around using a kneaded eraser to lighten up your lines, and then tightening the final.
--using light strokes to draw "outside-in"
Some people lay out big shapes that are o