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    @mojokingbee - I really like the movement in that last one.

    @NeilFord - those gorillas are awesome.

    I updated my B:TB&tB paint blog and this week it's Kirby-centric:

    B:TB&tB episode 7

    B:TB&tB episode 7

    you can see the rest of the work here:

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    Some Elsa Bloodstone action:

    Elsa Bloodstone by Kevin Mellon
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    Some King City Fan Art I made:
    • CommentTimeFeb 21st 2011
    @mojokingbee - Thanks! I've been using sumi ink for a while now. I like mixing it up whenever I need it and it seems to last forever. Not waterproof, so it can bleed a little if you're working over with watercolours, but I don't mind. Those were watercolor pencils, but I usually use watercolour paints.
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    Here's a painting named Space Invaders which I did a couple of years back. Am getting into painting again more now. You can find more paintings here.
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    @sebfowler...I should give sumi inks a try. The water solubility might be to my liking.
    @kevinmellon....nice energy and hatching..Elsa should be in more comics.
    @ William Joseph Dunn---love the backgrounds...wish I was better at else to practice on...
    • CommentTimeFeb 22nd 2011
    Gah, I've been too busy with stuff in general, though I did finally get a chance to do one piece I'd been wanting to get to for a while:

    Do the Job!
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    wow some really great stuff in here this month. i'm working on a comic but have been experimenting with some new brushes in my spare time. these are on butcher paper:

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    @Dmitri- I need to tattoo that phrase on the insides of my eyelids some mornings.
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    @michael shea..nice lines and on butchers paper even..great.
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2011
    @michael shea - concur with @mojokingbee, love that woman with the undercut - highlights are great.
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    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2011 edited
    Yay Comics! Hey Kids Check it! Ahhhhh the wonders of comics! “Blue Ribbon Cerebral Comics Featuring the Astounding Super Ego! It's Freudian VS Jungian Archetypes in all out comicbook action!

    Blue Ribbon Cerebral Comics #177

    ©T.N.Perkins IV 2010 All Rights Reserved.
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2011
    @tnperkins: Heh, I want to see more of Captain Ah-Ha :)
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2011
    @frequentcontributor, @Paul Sizer - Thanks for the crits guys, the updated version is below. I'm not sure I've nailed it, but it is time to move on :)

    • CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2011
    I was watching Independent Lens last night, and they had a bio of Mr. Burroughs. I sketched this while watching, and inked it up this afternoon.

      CommentAuthorAlan Tyson
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2011
    @Jim: I think that reads a lot better. The astronaut falling to his knees, while a simply change, really sells the despair.
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2011
    Thanks Alan :)
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    I drew this for Amanda Palmer

    She retweeted my Christchurch print charity and it really helped to raise money (Warren did to which was great.)
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2011
    @ Alan Tyson: Or what you don't see is the astronaut is whaling on his air guitar. Just a tought
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    @used_bandaid...nice lines and textures used.

    I've been using painter for years yet only discovered image hose tonight...must read manual one of these days...oh well, at least I'm drawing something new again and it's half-decent.