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    • CommentAuthorPooka
    • CommentTimeFeb 20th 2012
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    yarrr

    i was playing with some acrylics on pressed board. didn't plan it out, i just started painting and playing and ended up with an octopus :)
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    @oddbill...thanks for the compliments. I'm slowly but surely getting better at doing comics..or at the very least, getting a more efficient routine where I can spend hours on it without going stir-crazy. I think it's barely even been a year so far of doing it regularly. Backgrounds and crowd scenes scared me only 6 months ago but not so much now...still crap at a lot of things but grinding should yield improvements. I don't have a personal page but I am using tumblr a lot these days for art stuff.
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    @mojokingbee- comics can get very frustrating and tedious, to me at least, but you seem to churn out those pages pretty fast and i love your kinetic style, i am a little jealous. also love your inspector gadget renditions cant wait to see the finished one.
    @d.miranda- that koala is so awesome

    heres some of my recent stuff

    and a t-shirt design-
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    @imaginary...love the underwater scene! How long did that take you to do the line rendering? I wouldn't be able to do that without my eyes starting to bleed.
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      CommentAuthorD.Miranda
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2012
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    @Mojokingbee: Cheers, and thanks for the info on your comics; seeing you being this productive while continually upping the quality level has been super inspiring. Keep it up!! :)
    @Imaginarypeople: Thanks! I also especially love your underwater scene. Awesome work!
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2012 edited
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    Warm up drawing from the other day.
    And one more "huzzah!" for the incredible level of art on these threads. Talented bunch of bastards here!
    • CommentAuthorPooka
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2012
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    shockwave
    i like transformers:)
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    @mojokingbee- took me a day to do all the line work and another to color it. i just listen to music and zone out when i ink it.
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    Latest

    All the others here.
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    @imaginarypeople what you need for all those lines is a music nib!:

    Not that I've ever tried one.

    Another Alphabeast:
    Squonk by Amalgamated Biscuit
    A Squonk is so ugly that it spends most of the time weeping, sometimes it cries so much it dissolves into a puddle of tears.
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    great stuff all around
    @ imaginary - that is an awesome seascape
    @mojo- I also want a published copy of your comics, they get better all the time.

    I've been working on some stuff I installed at the Drake Hotel today (the Drake is a fancy and arty club/cafe/hotel in downtown Toronto) The window features two paintings, some decals and hopefully I'll add animations later this week, my DVD player didn't want to cooperate this afternoon.



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    That's cool. Nice prime spot @HEY APATHY!

    Recorded a 1080p HD inking clip last night, took forever to upload.
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      CommentAuthorPupato
    • CommentTimeFeb 22nd 2012 edited
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    @thanks mojo for your nice & kind comments : )

    @Pooka, love the bottom of the sea darkness in that painting!

    @jesserubenfeld, a train coming from the wall... a reflex without original... that´s fantastic!


    this one goes with text : )

    Sherlock

    "Sherlock Holmes took his bottle from the corner of the mantel-piece and
    his hypodermic syringe from its neat morocco case. With his long,
    white, nervous fingers he adjusted the delicate needle, and rolled back
    his left shirt-cuff. For some little time his eyes rested thoughtfully
    upon the sinewy forearm and wrist all dotted and scarred with
    innumerable puncture-marks. Finally he thrust the sharp point home,
    pressed down the tiny piston, and sank back into the velvet-lined
    arm-chair with a long sigh of satisfaction. (...)

    "Which is it to-day?" I asked,--"morphine or cocaine?"

    He raised his eyes languidly from the old black-letter volume which he
    had opened. "It is cocaine," he said,--"a seven-per-cent. solution.
    Would you care to try it?"

    "No, indeed," I answered, brusquely. "My constitution has not got over
    the Afghan campaign yet. I cannot afford to throw any extra strain
    upon it."

    He smiled at my vehemence. "Perhaps you are right, Watson," he said.
    "I suppose that its influence is physically a bad one. I find it,
    however, so transcendently stimulating and clarifying to the mind that
    its secondary action is a matter of small moment."^

    A.C. DOYLE "the Sign of the Four"
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      CommentAuthorPupato
    • CommentTimeFeb 22nd 2012
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    @Sal, watching your inking process at 1080p in a 25 inches monitor is quite an experience... thanks : )
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      CommentAuthorYoav
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2012
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    @mojokingbee - cheers man
    @osmosis - Which chapter? Yup. I'll be there with some big prints of the images. Hopefully see you there.
    @kenbastard - beautiful
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    THE BLACK TERROR! vs Hellhounds of the SS.

    The Black Terror

    Blog includes inks & logo design

    -pj
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    3rd installment for the Rockwell Four Season Superboy/Krypto Calendar

    All other parodies here.
    • CommentAuthorKoltreg
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2012
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    I got around to seeing In The Mouth of Madness and tossed together this parody logo.

    Sutter Cane's Fried Chicken logo

    The movie is pretty fantastic.
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      CommentAuthorPupato
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2012 edited
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    @paul... WOW!!! it looks like rock&roll! : )


    Analía
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2012
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    PaulJHolden: Wow, great piece, nice composition, nice colors.

    Salgood Sam: Very cool, great to see how you move through the figure. I always plan for the eyes but ink them last. It also reminded me that I haven't inked something on paper for over 2 years. Damn digital revolution. I cut my teeth on inking with a brush and nib pen; best training I could wish for. It showed me how to really see figures as volume, and make line more than just lifeless trace lines. Regardless of how artists ink, I think everyone should pick up a brush and practice with it anyway. It was a revelation to me.

    Pupato: Nice overhead, dig all the details.