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    Paintings I've done this month - all with watercolour & ink.

    Except this one - it's entirely digital for a comic I just started. I really have a lot of fun doing these.
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    @Michael Shea: I'm loving those drawings on the butcher paper too. Someday I'll be able to do drawings like that using black and white(etc) materials on mid-tone paper. And if I may ask... what is your Flickr user name?
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    thanks! flickr username is mikesheadraws, photostream is here!
    • CommentAuthormrmcdaniel
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2011

    Cover in progress to my upcoming digital comic "Optik Noize.
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2011 edited
    A sketch of Serge Gainsbourg (just because):

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    god damn moali, impressive!
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2011
    Un-Deadwood #2

    Un-Deadwood #2
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    I shared a few sneak peeks of my Transmet Art Book piece this week and put them together to share here:
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2011
    @Mojokingbee - awesome as always

    @WednedayWolf - digging your style!

    I'm no artist, hence why you'll usually find me behind a camera rather than behind a sketch pad. That said, I absolutely adore natural history art (hey, I'm a biology geek, what more can I say?) and recently have been trying my hand at some simple shell studies.

    Shell study Shells2

    (posting before I sober up and lose my nerve)
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    @WednedayWolf...creepy looking stuff. like.

    finished work early so had time to kill. Play...

    for DEO
    funny..didn't a few of the mainstream comic characters used to smoke? When did that get phased out??
    • CommentAuthorgzapata
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2011 edited
    Haven't posted new art here in a bit
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2011
    mojokingbee- awesome! That image of the Thing made my day, very very nice stuff.
    @gzapata- love the action on that page! Great work man

    Nice piece Neil! I see you've found your way around Manga Studio very nicely :)
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    Pattern design for the video cabinet I'm building. My wife complained that it looks too much like pyjamas.

    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2011
    A Shingon Buddhist mandala I made for my art history class.
      CommentAuthorAlan Tyson
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2011
    @gzpata: That lighting is just... oh man. So good. Those mice are in such terrible danger.
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2011 edited

    Team Phantom shoud exist!

    (Please, ignore the signature. This is supposed to be the work of a fictional comic-book creator. That's me drawing, I promise).
      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2011 edited
    @ Richard Pace those sneak peaks are stunning, love the pencils!
    @ alberto awesome old school styling!

    Here's a time lapse video of a couple drawings I did. The vid didn't turn out like I'd hoped, we need a better lens to capture the details ( the little scibbles in the last minute are actually all sorts of cartoon characters but it's hard to see) I tried to salvage the work with some editing and home made psychadelic grooves anyways...

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    @ Hey Apathy! -- cool video.

    Found out I don't have to tease the transmet image anymore.

    Here are the pencils:
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    Hello, everyone. I started a different thread for it, but thought I'd ask here, too. Was just looking for some advice on how to put together some animation. I want to do a 3-minute short animated film with talking and music and stuff. My first one (the McLaren Justice League trailer) came out so-so, but I used Windows Movie Maker, which is utter garbage for trying to use jpegs as single frames of animation. Basically I'm just wondering if anyone has any advice about any computer programs (that are free) that I can use to take a bunch of jpegs that I'd draw and string them together into an animation.

    I've Googled, but it's hard to find what I'm looking for, because it's all buried under piles of stuff that I don't want. Any help would be appreciated.

    And I want to put it on a DVD when finished, so exporting as an avi or mpeg would be a must for any program (or if it just has a burn to dvd option...).
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    We're doing photo-covers for Invisible, Inc. I took this one:

    Invisible, Inc. #3

    It's just a quick mockup so the edge pixelation/border will disappear, the background will turn out nicer, and I'll layer some traditional comic book aesthetic over it. But man...what a kick I got seeing my imaginary friends as real people.