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      CommentAuthorPupato
    • CommentTimeJun 16th 2012 edited
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    @mojo, WOW!!! ...i´ve missed this thread full of beautiful stuff : ) : ) : )

    aspersor-sangriento


    i don´t know what happens with the line: for me it looks like broken : (
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    Keeanu is remaking 47 ronin. I hope it doesn't suck, this is a drawing I did tonight from a production still.

    47 ronin

    thanks tomas
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    Haha wow that's awesome.

    I finished the cover for my comic that's forthcoming:
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeJun 18th 2012
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    rough
    rough detail

    I haven't worked with oils since high school, but I've been wanting to move to them for a while. This is the rough beginning of one. I can tell already that patience is a skill I will need to cultivate with this medium.
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      CommentAuthorNeilFord
    • CommentTimeJun 18th 2012
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    Wonderful @oddbill, love the structure of the orbital.
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeJun 18th 2012
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    @NeilFord - closed eyes are the most fun to build. BTW your comics project is indescribably gorgeous. I can't wait to see it finished. Every drawing you show from it is more beautiful than the last.
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    Good Stuff from everyone. I really like that floating islands one Imaginary people.

    Crisps Comic by Amalgamated Biscuit

    A little cartoon I made about poncy crisps (or chips if you prefer).
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    Amalgamated -- That's awesome! Such a bad pun...
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      CommentAuthorAlberto
    • CommentTimeJun 18th 2012 edited
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    Hehe... I love Amalgamated's stuff. Always nice and fun.

    Here's a couple things. Superheroine Invisalingua and her sidekick Tiny Man (as seen here).

    Invisalingua & Tiny Man

    Plus, some "Warlord of Mars" Sketchcards I made recently.



    These threads are packed with awesome. Keep the good stuff coming.
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    katerina
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    from ichi the killer, I like drawing Tadanobu Asano. About 2 hours.

    kikihara

    Thanks tomas
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      CommentAuthortsujigo
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2012
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    It`s been a long Time since I have Posted some of my art on this Forum so my Humble Offering is a Single Page from my Web Comic The Valkyrie Quartet .

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    [ and if you like that then you would love this [---> Here ]
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    Such a bad pun...

    I do my best! Thanks for the comments Warped Savant and Alberto.
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      CommentAuthoroldhat
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2012
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    initiatezao, Man, Tadanobu Asano...I have such a huge crush on that man. Awesome job!
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    I am always so impressed by what appears here. Good god.
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      CommentAuthorFredG
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2012
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    So it's official, I have the need to hit the road blues and this is the results, how many more can I draw before I give up, buy an old RV and go on a road trip. Who knows.
    GMC

    @Amalgamated Biscuit I look forward to more puns.
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      CommentAuthorDextra
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2012
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    I haven't done anything with colors other than black, white, and a million shades of gray in a while. I missed colors.

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    Oldhat, I have a big man-crush on him as well. Love all his movies.
    Fred, did you draw that in Illustrator? I have been wanting to try a vector image sometime. It just seems like so much work. Do you work through an image like this fairly quickly?

    "Don't call me Shirley"
    the joker

    Couple hours drawing/digital from image.
    Might be my most obscure artwork title yet. I bet Heath Ledger was a cool dude.
    thanks tomas
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    @no cuddle time:
    How you do that?
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      CommentAuthorFredG
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2012
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    @initiatezao, yup those are illustrator vector drawings. They took me about 4 hours off and on over a few days (sneaking them in between paying work). I have been using Illustrator for probably 25 years now so it's second nature, but once you get the hang of how vector handles respond it's pretty easy to use. The biggest tip I can give you is to work in stages and group them. Like in this example a rear view mirror, or wheel would be drawn separately and grouped so you can grab it and move it around easily. It will save you a ton of headaches later on when an art director says "Hey this is great, just move this.....and that....and resize this part and make it green...."