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      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2012 edited
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    Great stuff as always

    @ struthersneil and @ pupato -- amazing pages!!! I don't know who suffers more Wolvy facing off Mercury or the man who fell in the floor
    @ Alan - if you finish off the Mercury page I'll dare you to color one of mine
    @ Kperkins -- comic shorts!? what the -- HA HA HA !
    @Dextra- nice portrait eerily human

    New HEY APATHY! skateboards arrived at the Longboard Living shop today. A few years ago we were doing hand painted one of a kinds, then limited edition screenprints and now our first manufactured run, it's pretty exciting for me

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      CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2012
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    Sweet board man!
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    Wolverine meets Freddie just hit the #1 spot on reddit/r/comicbooks. Drinking time!
    • CommentAuthorALE
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2012
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    Rework of the idea I posted in last month's thread:

    Bookshelf Project 1a

    @struthers: well it is rather awesome, have one for me.
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      CommentAuthorDextra
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2012
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    I'm going to get killed for this. Been nice knowing you.

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    @no cuddle…love the first close-up of the girl.
    @struthersneil…fucking sweet!!
    @richard…beautiful!
    @alan…nice one…skin tones are hard to get right…I can hook you up to some of my stuff to colour if you like.
    @pupato….love the linework.
    @hey apathy…sweet deck art.
    @dextra…aw cute. also like the self portrait piece.

    yay..page 2 done…20-plus more to go...


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      CommentAuthoriaviv
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2012
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    Stay calm, please.
    I redrew a panel from this old, insane, comic (page 2, panel 2).
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      CommentAuthordorkmuffin
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2012 edited
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    Blurry photos of in-progress bits:




    Edited to add: I have ... no idea where I'm going with this yet.
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2012
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    Not knowing where you're going is the first step toward getting somewhere interesting.
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    I'm actually pretty happy with a lot of this, especially since I've never really painted before (virtual or otherwise), so I've been figuring out how to blend the colours on the 'canvas' and shading and such as I go, but I'm damned if I'm not completely stuck on her face.

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    Thanks Mojoking!

    Here's the updated bookmark art:

    Beatrice is Dead bookmark

    Really glad I ditched the inadvertent kill bill thing...
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    I really dig the 2nd one.
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMay 9th 2012 edited
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    So my wife Jane just made the B-squad team of the Killamazoo Derby Darlins roller derby team, and being the design dork that I am, I am handling her "branding needs". She skates under the name "Rocket Hips" and her number is #321 (blast off!). Wanted to make sure I covered all of the possible needs for the logo system.
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    @Richard Pace holy cow that is awesome sir
    @mojokingbee That second-to-last dude puts me in mind of Ronald Searle. A very good thing.
    @Paul Sizer Sooo cuuuute! Though the flat number text on the helmet cries out for a bit of distortion to show the form.

    I'm just starting to recover from last month - I went to three cons in two weekends, then spent two weeks dealing with the concrud. This spring's Seattle variety involves whooping cough, ugh.


    I've got two books coming out this year - my own comic, and an anthology I'm pulling some friends together to to. I seem to have accidentally started to set up a specialty SF/fantasy comics press. So of course it needs a logo. Which still needs some work (especially on black) but I like where it's going.


    This was originally going to be a quickie to test out the Drawscribe plugin over an old sketch but I turned out to prefer AI's standard pencil tool to its variant. And then did half of this in the pen tool.


    And of course I'm still doing that comic about the robot lady with reality troubles. It's one of the two books I mentioned above, and is midway through its Kickstarter campaign. If I get enough pledges then I'll be able to print it with some spot gloss, which should be totally sweet.
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    So much goodness in this months thread. Well done.

    Warm up last night from video of a song that hexed me, can't stop listening to it. Gotye.

    somebody that I used to know
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    great thread as always!


    random character:
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2012
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    sleep

    Tonight I tried sketching in chalk, working fast, mostly because I was frustrated and sort of angry. This excellent model was patient with me. We worked late, and near the end she slept a bit.

    likeness

    I both do and don't like these. They are raw materials. Something can be made out of them, but they aren't themselves yet.

    glute

    I'm breaking myself into pieces by degrees crumbling color onto paper in the reflected skin of all of these beautiful women.
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2012
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    Nice technique, Bill; all of the undercolor does help to give the skin the feel of luminosity that allows to you to see veins and makes it have an inner "glow". It's also doing nice things to reinforce the volumetric feel of the limbs in a subtle way. Any imperfections are pretty minor in contrast. Thanks for sharing!