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    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2011 edited
    Done as a warmup, today.

    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2011
    Something I've been chipping away at.
    The Goon
      CommentAuthorRichard Pace
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2011 edited
    watch me

    This week's strip.

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    I believe you just in the parlance of hip-hop..."ethered" Darwyn Cooke...daamn
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2011
    Your art arrows fly too true, Pace.
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    Richard wins again!
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2011
    Some pin-up artwork for an AccentUK book called Robot Shorts, so naturally I doodled a robot in shorts...

    robot shorts
    • CommentAuthorkenbastard
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2011
    The Fat Guy
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    Jesus, Pace. That's unbelievably fine.
    • CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2011
    Mr Pace: that is wunderbar. (and so true it hurts.)
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    Am I allowed to put this in here? Since I do mostly abstract stuff and don't draw? This is a single frame I rendered out using Cinema4D's new Progressive infinite render engine, meaning you just let it render as long as you can and it keeps getting progressively better.
    Straight from C4D:
    After some photoshops:
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2011
    @Miranda, WOWOWOWOW!

    @Pace, Awesome! Love your comic pages! : ) If that is a true fact, the precuel thing, this guy is going to be the most hated man in the comic world! but wha if the final product reachs the original one?
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    I really like the abstract renders RandomEntity, those are both beautiful.

    I drew this for a friends sketchbook "Sideshow Freaks and Human Oddities" then took a picture and messed about in photoshop for a bit. Sketchbook was awesome had some Mike Mignola, James O'Barr, Dan Brereton sketches and many others.

    "4th place Mr. London 1886"

    In his many years of competition Joseph Merrick never placed higher than 4th at the Mr. London.
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2011
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2011
    That's gorgeous Calliope- what is it for?
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    Nice stuff from everyone as usual, I like the big fat man kenbastard.

    Anyway another Alphabeast:
    Bannik Amalgamated Biscuit

    And I made myself an Inkwell:
    More info and pics here.
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2011
    some old R/R :




    el Avispon Rojo

    & ZOMAX

    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2011
    @Greasemonkey: Thanks!
    @Pupato: Thanks! Love the R/R entries!
    I have a general technical question: I've been extremely pleased with the way the Moleskine paper and I don't recall having used another kind of paper that behave this well with ink (I work mostly with Microns). I usually use Strathmore's Bristol (300 series) for more finished drawings (or the closest thing I can find in my art material-poor town), which does work very well but, again, I feel there's a little something more with the Moleskine; do you guys know about papers that behave similarly? Thanks!
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    D.Miranda -- a plate finish Bristol would be what you'd look for. Smooth wouldn't be enough. Plate is only available in the 500 series Strathmore. Other brands carry a plate surface, but I haven't tried them so i wouldn't know how they'd compare to Strathmore.

    If you order in bulk, Dick Blick and other online retailers give good discount.
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2011
    All right! Cheers, Richard, thank you very much!