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      CommentAuthormoali
    • CommentTimeApr 1st 2012
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    A portrait sketch of Moebius:

    Moebius
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    @ moali; That's a beautiful rendition of Moebius.


    Recent pieces:
    Superboy defeats Superman

    Library

    Red Fan

    Douglas Adams
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    My comic, ZOMBIE YEARS:
    Issue 4 page 1
    Issue 4 page 2
    Issue 4 page 3
    New format:
    Issue 6 Page 1
    Other comic out now by CREATURE ENTERTAINMENT, TOMMY:
    Tommy black cvr
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    gotta learn to do a sex scene few the immediate future....
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    Madame Dankles
    • CommentAuthor256
    • CommentTimeApr 3rd 2012
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    God, amazing stuff.
    @juan - stark!
    @mojo - sexy!
    @no cuddle - sinister!

    Late entry for the last Fast Fiction challenge, "Rain Falling Like Hammers":

    FF-FLH-2-5-o2
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      CommentAuthorFredG
    • CommentTimeApr 3rd 2012
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    @dnewling, asked how I made the eye in this weeks R/R challenge. I thought I would post it over here, in case it helps anyone else. It's one of my bag of tricks I use for fire, water, jungle undergrowth and all sorts of other things. I start with several scanned and vectored paint squiggles like this:
    Untitled-8
    I layer a bunch of different colors, like blues for water, yellow/orange/red for fire, etc. For the iris of the eye I just took the 'fire' and applied a 180° arc in Illustrator, rotated a couple of copies, tweaked it a bit, added a couple of shaded overlays for depth and boom, eyeball. You can see a couple of duplicated shapes in there, usually I edit them out, but I only had an hour to fit this in.

    The Eye Sees
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeApr 3rd 2012
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    I did a process blog post after a night of work that went roughly in this order:

    scribblesheet
    splattersketch
    first pose
    second pose
    rough detail

    Nothing from that is done yet, but it's a rough view of what a 4 hour session is like for me.
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    Neat stuff FredG and Oddbill, I love reading art process things.

    Another Alphabeast:
    Amalgamated Biscuit
    The Yara-ma-yha-who Is from Australian aboriginal folklore. This creature uses its suckers to drain a persons blood, then eats them, then pukes them up leaving them shorter than before.
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeApr 5th 2012
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    Hey, I got featured on the Suicide Girls Blog!

    This is the first time anyone other than me has ever done any kind of highlight of my work. There's a little interview and everything.
    • CommentAuthorlomopop
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2012
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    @oddbill - congratulations. The art on there is amazing. I think the first two images that you have up there are incredible!
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      CommentAuthorMagnulus
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2012
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    That's great, odd!! Congrats! :D

    Loving the pieces. Some of them have this craggy, long-limbed Æon Flux quality, which I love. I also love the sketchy flapper-ish girl with the bob and the close-up of the girl looking over her shoulder. Great capture of her face.
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2012
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    Thanks lomopop & Magnulus.

    @Magnulus - that flapper girl is one of my favorite ink sketches. I need to figure out something to do with her.
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    @oddbill...love the figure sketches.
    @no cuddle...sweeet.

    new comic go!


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    Ex Monday 23

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    @Mojo: awweeeesoooooommeeee....!
    This little piece of crappy speed drawing was supposed to be my contribution to the Speed Centaur R/R thread. Sadly (...) it did not made it.


    New 52: Speed Centaur
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    a wolverine drawing i did to test out my new isograph pen
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    Thanks, is that Dr. Paydie?

    beatrice is dead wip
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    @ JP great speed centaur! love the light-lines
    @ imaginary- that f--kn rocks. I didn't get a chance to answer last time but I do all my detail drawings with technical pens and quills
    @ nocuddle - always amazing, I really enjoy your work and such a cute picture too! Are these done on paper? chalk? or in the computer?
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    Thanks! Everything is ink and gouache on bristol, recently a bit of acrylic has been sneaking in but I'm not certain why or if I prefer it yet. I'll add a bit of texture or some levels in Photoshop. I just got a new tablet though so I'm trying the digital thing a bit. Not sure it fits my style though...