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    @dorkmuffin...lovely painting.
    @M.E...nice Strange.
    @Neil...Whoa..mind is now blown.

    tonight's page..comics are slow..ugh.

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    New 52
    Well, I thought it was funny. . . .

    • CommentTimeOct 12th 2011
    @Richard Pace - love how happy Batman is! :)
    • CommentTimeOct 12th 2011
    @ NeilFord Man that superman is cool.
    @Richard Pace Ha! that's great.
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    @Neil: A-MAAAAZING
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    Well done Mojo. Do you have any published sequential work? Funny stuff Richard, laughed throughout that page. HA!

    During my day job I listen to a podcast called Hollywood Babble-On with Ralph Garman and Kevin Smith. Ralph does some amazing impressions, including Al Pachino, drew this last night while attempting a different color/render technique in photoshop.

    "Come on now..."
    Come on now...
    • CommentTimeOct 12th 2011
    Well done Mr. Pace.
    This whole thread is full of some seriously amazing work.
    Cheers to all!
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    Did I post this already?

    She fell apart once I gave her a face.

    Self Portrait.

    One of the better people I have known in my life.

    Curious to hear your thoughts on these. I have been keeping up with my paper on a near daily basis for the first time in years and you guys are a HUGE part of the reason why I feel it is worthwhile.
    • CommentTimeOct 12th 2011
    @initiatezao - I love everything you draw. That's all I have to say about that.

    @dorkmuffin - hope you'll post again when it's done! It's great to see you drawing again.

    Here's something I did that isn't terrific, but it's also not a naked woman, which is a noteworthy departure in my recent output:

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    Nice work @ Oddbill!
    @ NeilFord the super-man is amazing
    always strong @mojo really like the full pages( also the game was played with an xbox controller )
    also thanks @PaulSizer for the kind words,I'm not a game person either just thought it might be cool to make one. Love the thinking thinking drawing!
    here's a bunch of my short hand-drawn animations I edited together...

    • CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2011
    I'm away for a week, and look what happens. All sorts of great art folks.
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    An un-cleaned page of comic.

    I'm trying to figure out if I should either work on ways to build tone with my lines without hatching or solid blacks, or if I should just give up and color the damned thing even though the main colors of the setting and it's citizens are grey and shit brown.

    I'm also trying to teach myself hand-lettering. I've yet to reach anything resembling consistency.

    Plus, I'm thinking of doing the panel borders freehand as well...
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2011
    I dig people who draw things like nuts and bolts into vomit. I'd suggest trying to go with a very small palette, and use lots of big flat colors, but keep the lines loose like you have them.
      CommentAuthorRichard Pace
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2011 edited
    Dig the comic, William.

    I agree with Paul: limited palette, which you already suggested with the browns/greys, and a much flatter application (but I'd probably add textures). I think McCaig's approach and palette for Northlanders would would for that page.
    • CommentAuthorkenbastard
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2011
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    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2011
    Ex Monday. Web Comic Serial. Updated once a week hopefully.Ex Monday 2
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    @Ken, Nice! An intriguing beginning.

    Another strip:
    Bad People by Amalgamated Biscuit
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    Yeah... flat neutral colors may be the way to go.

    Or spot blacks?

      CommentAuthorJon Wake
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2011
    Sonuvabitch, I didn't realize you're on Whitechapel! The world keeps getting scary small.
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    Today's lunchsketches 1 of 2.

    Today's lunchsketches 2 of 2. Not very pleased with this one.