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    @ALE and
    @Rooth

    Thanks!

    I want to make more, some detailing actual process stuff, but most of the stuff I'm working on I can't show. So I've got to figure out a happy medium.

    People do seem to dig these, so it'd be nice to keep doing them every so often. If nothing else, just to keep my iMovie knowledge so that I don't have to re-learn every time I go to use it.
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    I made a new cover for my minicomic, if this don't sell the fuckers, nothing will.
    Neil's Bargain Comix
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    @kyle…nice old poster look.
    @john_blvens…lovely lifework.
    @richard…sweet hulk.
    @kevin…nice and loose. Dig.
    @valente…love those motion lines.
    @rooth…bad-ass looking skull.
    @neil…can't unlock…lol.

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    Nice Mojokingbee!

    Some sketchbook drawings with watercolour:


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    @mojo

    Thank you, and NICE page. Looking forward to the rest.
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    Last week's theme at the Comic Art Club was Fables. I drew Cinderella.
    Cinderella
    • CommentAuthorOxbrow
    • CommentTimeAug 9th 2011
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    page 2 of 8...Editor seems to like it so far.

    bigger pic in my tumblr....
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    mojokingbee -- those pages are great -- what are they for?

    ~R
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    red1
    red2

    stuff. . . .
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      CommentAuthorYskaya
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2011 edited
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    open water hexagram

    Wallpainting today with posca markers. need to go back for another 18 coats to add depth (mines the one with the hexagram and winged hands) one among many colourful paintings of about 18 artists adorning an artist studio.

    Its twitter is #WallOfFame by @incredible_mind
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    @richard pace - Very nice.
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      CommentAuthorRooth
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2011
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    Nice RedSkulls, Mr. Pace. Cools stuff, such a fun character to draw.
    Really love these pages you're posting Mojo- excellent work!
    Looks like a really cool project Calliope! Are the posca markers fairly easy to work with/permanent? Never tried those before...
    • CommentAuthorlomopop
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2011
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    Sugarcoated by Angela
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2011
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    headz
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    @ MOJO - wicked pages!!!
    @lomopop- love the new styles here and in the remake thread. Pretty freakin wild
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      CommentAuthorYskaya
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2011
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    Thanks Rooth, the wall of fame and it's initiator are very inspiring it's a non profit project that's growing and dreaming big: to be able to donate to amongst others charity; art education for impoverished schools in NL -budgetcuts have hit hard- and outside)


    I also found out I'm on the same wall as a former class mate I admire a lot. We haven't spoken in a while so sharing an art wall is a very nice surprise. :)

    Posca markers work best on slightly (gloss) coated paper. They're acrylic (plastic) based and have great opacity: light colours over dark show well. Thirsty paper sucks up most of it's luminosity though. the wall has been sauced in a brilliant white coat and doesn't suck the markers dry.

    I'll add an image of a couple of test sketches I made with poscas here later today.
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      CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeAug 11th 2011
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    Well I'm still scrubbing my eyes out after @Neil OfSteel's post, but lot's of great work on this page. Great Red Skulls Mr. Pace.
    lomopop, I was going to ask wht you used in that work, but went to your website and found out, nice stuff.
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeAug 11th 2011
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    Here's my contribution to the REMAKE thread this week, with my barefoot Goddess Sekhmet.


    If anyone wants hi-res inks to play with, HERE THEY ARE.
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    Corto Maltese