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    @warped savant, that one i built the characters in photoshop (illustrator for other fonts) and then use, a program called font creator byr a company called high logic, had it a few years so not 100% on if it's the latest version or even if the company is still around.
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    :INCOMING SKETCHDUMP:
    Trying to draw as much as possible to become a better artist, thanks for looking.

    Commission for friend of pro wrestling dude C.M.Punk.
    c.m. punk

    Formed a new social drawing group with some friends and here is one sketch from last night. Im sure this composition isnt new but still liked the way it turned out. With the red it almost makes Kingpin look like a fat god of war.
    kingpin

    1/2 hour lunch sketch from earlier in the week.
    "Jesus" said the dude. "You got that right man..."
    jesus

    Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin. Lettering practice.
    jim

    Playing around with classic film scenes, more practicing lettering.
    "GET YOUR STINKING PAWS OFF ME..."
    chuck
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      CommentAuthorNeilFord
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2011
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    @initiatezao - Very nice! Love the way you render the eyes, loads of personality.
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2011
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    Wolvie & Damian
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    Haha that Wolverine is great. And I would love to see Damien and Wolverine in a comic. Though I suspect Damien wouldn't last long ha.

    Here's a page I did today for a comic I'm working on that someone else is doing the writing on:


    And then here's just the inks for some elements of this page, since I did it in three shots:

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    @ initiatezao - Very nice!
    • CommentAuthorALE
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2011
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    woman2
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    CONAN!

    Blog Post

    Drawn with brushes and processed in Camera+ on the iPad.
    -pj
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      CommentAuthorPaprika
    • CommentTimeAug 28th 2011
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    Augustus

    Warm up sketch for dub producer series.
    • CommentAuthorcorysmith
    • CommentTimeAug 29th 2011
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    Hey guys. This is something I did for fun yesterday to warm up.

    I posted some of the process steps on my blog.
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    sketches

    Some of the things I drew at this past weekend's Toronto Fanexpo.
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      CommentAuthorNeilFord
    • CommentTimeAug 29th 2011
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    Stark
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      CommentAuthorVornaskotti
    • CommentTimeAug 30th 2011 edited
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    This might be relevant to your interests:

    Wacom introduces Inkling, a new digital sketch pen that captures a digital likeness of your work while you sketch with its ballpoint tip on any sketchbook or standard piece of paper.

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    Hmmm. That might be fun to play with.
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    Reading up on it though there are two things that bother me about it:
    You're stuck with the ballpoint nib, can only use A4 paper, and can apparently block the reciever. Hopefully in the future incarnations they fix those sorts of issues. It would still probably be fun to play with, but meh.
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    It's a good idea (one that's been tried unsuccessfully before), and it's almost certainly going to be the best implementation of the idea to date. But even Wacom is describing it as "for the front end of the creative process. Later, refine your work on your computer". That doesn't inspire confidence in the quality of the output.

    For one thing, it's a ballpoint pen, which is certainly not my favorite tool for drawing. The one advantage I see to this over a pencil and a scanner is the fact that it offers the option of capturing the image in vector format, which would be nice if I used Illustrator or vector layers in Manga Studio (but I don't). The one advantage over a Wacom Intuos/Bamboo is the fact that you're looking at the tool as you use it (like a Cintiq or TabletPC). But compared to the tools I already have... there's not much compelling advantage to using this instead.
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    Amalgamated Biscuit
    A sketchbook drawing with a watercolour wash and a little bit of Gouache for flesh.
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    @vertigo…bootyliscious?
    @kevin…how'd you land the reboot gig? sweet stuff.
    @sean…creepy looking face.
    @vandal…nice font design.
    @initiatezao…keep 'em coming. Kingpin's my fav.
    @chris….bad-assiness for young and old.
    @mercurial…love the lines on the skull.
    @ale…is that photoref or 3d model? nice one nevertheless.
    @pauljholden…digging the lighting on the conn piece.
    @cory…nice pose and colours.
    @richard….nice rain effect of bats.
    @neil…steely stare.
    @amalgamated…lovely wash colours.

    poster design for an exhibition. 2nd attempt.
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    little ronin
    Artist Marc Wolf started a sketchbook featuring his son Ronin as a samurai. I was able to do one in the first book he started earlier this year. He had to start a second to allow for multiple contributions over the limited time available at conventions, so I popped a sketch in there as well.
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      CommentAuthoroldhat
    • CommentTimeAug 31st 2011
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    Richard, that is just gorgeous.