You did a really nice job here. Very clean and has a really good sense of depth. One of the things to consider with these pencils though is that the art was done full bleed. Which means that the penciler is using the edge of the board as the outside edge of his trim line and the outside edge of the trim line as his live line.
Basically you just need to scale the inks down to fit within the live area and then increase the canvas size back out to normal 10x15 so that you have a the standard white borders around all the panels.
I run across full bleed pencils about 15% of the projects I ink.
hey thanks for the artist info. hmm i was under the impression he meant for is all to be full bleed since that was exactly how he used his comic page. but what you are saying makes sense. and would make sense since the panels are so busy all the way to the edges. coarse haveing the that info up front would have made me do it correctly. will probably fix it and update it. thanks again. btw i'll be watching you
its the comic page template. trim line is where they actually trim off the page. live area is the "safe zone" if you will. they say put all important art and lettering inside the live area. but really registration is so good on modern equipment its sorta a non issue anymore.