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  1.  (11213.21)
    Love that strip, Alberto!

    ~R
  2.  (11213.22)
    Hey Alberto,

    You've been doing the Future Of Storytelling Mooc too?
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      CommentAuthorAlberto
    • CommentTimeDec 20th 2013
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    @Richard Pace - Thank you, Richard! And congrats on the funding of your book.
    @Steve Toase - Yes I have. I just finished the last couple units I had left. It was a nice course.
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      CommentAuthoriaviv
    • CommentTimeDec 21st 2013
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    sketchy girl

    A digital sketch. Not sure I want to finish this drawing, but there it is.
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    2013 is ending on some chorus line high points. Lovely work, everyone.

    Portrait

    'been doing some odd comic things:
    Page One

    Page 01
    Page 02
    Page 03
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    @jackcrowder YOU KILLED TARZAN! who looks like he is being played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. I also like the monkey man. But I think the lens flares are a little intense, JJ Abrams :P
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    Been getting back into 3D modelling and stuff in a big way for the purposes of making game assets/trying to get stuff into the for money Steam Workshop. Hopefully this will be acceptable Artist's Thread fodder.

    Very much a work in progress hi-res sculpt for the purpose of AO and Normal Map bakes:
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      CommentAuthorYskaya
    • CommentTimeDec 22nd 2013
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      CommentAuthorJack Crowder
    • CommentTimeDec 23rd 2013 edited
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    @ imaginarypeople; Work for Hire specifications regarding the lens flare. They wanted the pulp look for Tarzan but it to be handled like the recent Reboots of films. They happened to cite Star Trek as where I should go for inspiration. The whole story is somewhat of a retelling of Tarzan & The Golden Lion. As for the likeness, well, who doesn't want to put Sandman into things?

    @ Yskaya; Very insightful review. I love the first illustration you created. I think the background mountain face sculpts really show how sketchy the program renders when you need it to. Those warnings are also very important. I have gotten so many broken gear over the years and never realized it until after the send-back date.
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    @jackcrowder- joseph gordon-levitt would make a good tarzan, but I can't see him as the sandman.
    • CommentAuthortnperkins
    • CommentTimeDec 24th 2013 edited
     (11213.32)
    Happy Holidays, Folks!
    Sentai Claus 2
    Sentai Claus: The Kaiju of Christmas Future
    Sentai Claus 1
    Sentai Claus: The Terror of Mecha-Krampus

    ©2013 T.N.Perkins IV All rights reserved.

    Cheers!
  8.  (11213.33)
    @tnperkins- those are awesome
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeDec 24th 2013
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    Christmas WIN, Thomas.
    • CommentAuthortnperkins
    • CommentTimeDec 24th 2013
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    @imaginarypeople and @Paul Sizer: Thanks, guys!!! :)
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      CommentAuthoriaviv
    • CommentTimeDec 27th 2013
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    @tnperkins - Best Santa ever.

    Here's a quick The Rocketeer drawing, with some costume redesign.
    The Rocketeer
  9.  (11213.37)
    @tnperkins: I want that first Sentai Claus poster. That would be the only Christmas decoration I would ever put up again.
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    some new sketches for the new year

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    Eh, so anyway last year I started on a painting on canvas. I haven't painted on canvas in 20 years (I paint on found wood mostly) so I decided to shake things up for a change. The first thing I did (after gessoing the canvas) was to make a mess:

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    One of the reasons I use found wood for my paintings (other than it's cheaper) is that I hate blank canvases..they're kind of intimidating when starting a piece. With that out of the way, I started painting a face and some octopuses over the mess:

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    I started getting a concept in my head so I painted a horn in:

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    Then I started hating it and said "fuck it" and wrecked it:

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    It was sitting in the studio for a few months and recently I started working on it again and late last night/early this morning I finished it (or at least abandoned it to a point that I don't feel compelled to wreck it again):

    audiopareidolia


    Anyway, uh...Happy New Year?
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      CommentAuthordorkmuffin
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2014
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    Sup, birches.

    @William Joseph Dunn, LOVE getting to see the progress shots!!!

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