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    • CommentTimeJul 7th 2011
    @seb & @mojo! Your style makes my pants tighten!
    • CommentTimeJul 7th 2011

    Still drawing away at junifish
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    i thought id try and draw you guys as superhumans
    • CommentTimeJul 7th 2011
    @Yskaya - That is very cool. I like the weathered look with scratches and all.
    • CommentTimeJul 8th 2011
    That's a good one @imaginarypeople - again, another terrific vandalhandle. The kerchief/goggles/top hat combo is a winner in any style!
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    @vandalhandle: Awesome pic man! I've never drawn a "steampunk" style drawing before, but your image seemed to call to me to do so. Also for any steampunk fans out there who find I may have missed to point on how steampunk is suppose to look, I apologize in advance, it's not my typical style. I've included both a black and white as well as a colored version. Just because. Kudos again on the awesome fodder!


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    teeheee i love being fodder- imagination running wild comes up with so much awesome!!!!

    @ Yskaya that is woot of the highest quality. the color <3
    @ Anthonyofkazoo I approve of the steampunk!!! hehehe i dig the B/W it has a crisp quality to it.
    • CommentTimeJul 8th 2011
    @ Anthonyofkazoo

    No, aside from being just a touch too colourful (pretty though), you've pretty much got is perfect,
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    I just spent an hour working on six different shots (1cara, 2argos, 1comicbookbunny, 2oldhat, 1oda) and they are all terrible. So, I shan't be posting them, but I feel it should be known that I am trying. That is all.
    • CommentAuthorValente
    • CommentTimeJul 10th 2011
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    @yskaya…love your lines.
    @imaginary…ok, they look like a super hero team or maybe villains?
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    I took self portraits and this one is at least somewhat silly.
    • CommentTimeJul 10th 2011
    @Anthony!! The colour is brilliant! What did you use?
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    Thanks for the kind comments everyone! @diello: Thanks! I use art markers on Bristol board for all my drawings. I wish it were more hi-tech than that, but I'm very old school with my equipment. Mostly because I can't afford programs like photoshop. Thanks for the interest!
    • CommentTimeJul 10th 2011
    You have great command of the markers. I could never get them to not bleed all over each other or blend properly.
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    @diello: Thanks a lot! I have found using smooth Bristol board is the best kind of paper for markers, almost no bleeding. Also Prismacolor art markers seem to bleed less than an average marker. I've not been able to blend as well, but starting with the lightest colors, then going over them with darker and darker ones has given me the best results. Hope that helps! Thanks again for the great compliments!
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    I'm very old school with my equipment. Mostly because I can't afford programs like photoshop.

    i have the opposite problem. i already had photoshop, and now that i am broke i can not afford pens and markers so i do most my coloring these days on the computer.
    i guess you work with what you have
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    @imaginarypeople: You do bring up a good point. I could probably afford to buy photoshop software if I saved all the money I would have spent on paper and markers through the year. In the long run it would be a good investment to eventually work with an electronic tablet and a good illustrator program. Though I do still enjoy the hands on feeling of a pen in my hand and ink on the paper. "You work with what you have" truer words have not been spoken.
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    @anthony yeah i do all my sketches and outlines by hand. i also enjoy that feeling of a pen or pencil in my hand as i draw. i really wanna get an electronic tablet but as i have said before being broke sucks.

    • CommentTimeJul 11th 2011
    @Valente Been gone a bit. Brilliant on page 43! Awesome.