Roman Titov Archives

Eat The Rich Review: Satirical Comfort Food
That part is hard to believe. Pius Bak and Roman Titov's work is best exemplified by the page below It looks easy, but the colors are just right, and Bak adds the bridge's reflection in Joey's sunglasses No one would've noticed if Bak didn't include the bridge's beams in the sunglasses, but Bak did, and the[...]
Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams Review: Small Scale Tragedy
Frustratingly, the credits page names two colorists (Krzysztof Ostrowski and Roman Titov) and doesn't mention who colored which artist, so assigning coloring praise is fruitless Fiorniello's work below is expressive and unrefined, which suits Night City perfectly. A couple of panels from Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams Letterer Aditya Bidikar does a fine job capturing the exuberance[...]
Cyberpunk 2077: Where’s Johnny? Review:
Letterer Aditya Bidikar juggles at least five different flavors of word balloon well, with one particularly striking example below. A panel from Cyberpunk 2077: Where's Johnny Colorist Roman Titov's bright, natural colors during the story's daytime were an obvious highlight The story felt warmer just for seeing them, which you can get a glimpse at in the[...]