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* Required for Comic Story or Cover sequences, Optional on all other types of sequences
* Required for Comic Story or Cover sequences, Optional on all other types of sequences
* The primary artist on the feature. This generally includes layouts and full pencils, and should be noted if it doesn't. Painted artwork is noted in the Pencils, Inks and Colorist fields as "Artist (painting)" in each field.
* The primary artist on the feature. This generally includes layouts and full pencils, and should be noted if it doesn't.
* NOTE: At this time "painted", "painting", "paints", and "painter" all exist in the database.  Because "paint" is a part of all four forms, this can be standardized at a future date and there is no need to change one form to another at this time.  
* Painted artwork is noted in the Pencils, Inks and Colorist fields as "Artist (painting)" in each field.
* Photographs are noted in the Pencils, Inks and Colorist fields as "Artist (photograph)" in each field. Color, two and three-color photographs are credited in the pencil, inks, and colors fields. Black and White photographs are credited in the pencil and inks fields.
* NOTE: At this time "painted", "painting", "paints", and "painter" all exist in the database.  Because "paint" is a part of all four forms, this can be standardized at a future date and there is no need to change one form to another at this time.
* NOTE: At this time "photo" and "photograph" both exist in the database.  Because "photo" is a part of both forms, this can be standardized at a future date and there is no need to change one form to another at this time.  


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Latest revision as of 12:23, 30 March 2020

In addition to the general credit formatting rules, the following apply specifically to the pencils field.

  • Required for Comic Story or Cover sequences, Optional on all other types of sequences
  • The primary artist on the feature. This generally includes layouts and full pencils, and should be noted if it doesn't.
  • Painted artwork is noted in the Pencils, Inks and Colorist fields as "Artist (painting)" in each field.
  • Photographs are noted in the Pencils, Inks and Colorist fields as "Artist (photograph)" in each field. Color, two and three-color photographs are credited in the pencil, inks, and colors fields. Black and White photographs are credited in the pencil and inks fields.
  • NOTE: At this time "painted", "painting", "paints", and "painter" all exist in the database. Because "paint" is a part of all four forms, this can be standardized at a future date and there is no need to change one form to another at this time.
  • NOTE: At this time "photo" and "photograph" both exist in the database. Because "photo" is a part of both forms, this can be standardized at a future date and there is no need to change one form to another at this time.

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