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    • CommentAuthorValente
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2011
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    Detective Kay Howard
    Detective Kay Howard
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    I got my Graffiti paper pad as a gift, have been sketching with my new markers.



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      CommentAuthorRooth
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2011
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    Wow, cool stuff Katherine. Great markering :) New sketch pads rule!
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    @Rooth Thankee Mike! :D
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    pulp
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    A recent comic strip:
    Amalgamated Biscuit

    I think it should chime with the Uk'ers experience of Job Centres.
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      CommentAuthorFredG
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011
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    One of those days...
    timmy
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    @CinnamonAndSpite..what's graffiti paper? Nice bold colours.

    Today's daily....



    fer march modok.

    today was a good day for drawing despite me dozing-off while drawing a couple of times.
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      CommentAuthorNeilFord
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011
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    @FredG - ha ha, that's briliant. :)
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      CommentAuthorAlberto
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011 edited
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    Wow, that's a lot of MODOK you have around here, guys. I've been enjoying @mojokingbee's pictures a lot. Specially that Batman, a couple pages back.

    Also, @PaulSizer, I have to insist in the idea of a 2012 World Tour.

    I just got word I'm allowed to show my Marvel Dangerous Divas sketchcards but I'm not sure It's a good idea to flood the thread with a ton of marvel characters, so here's Storm (because She's arguably the coolest female character Marvel has):

    Storm

    Who's next?
    • CommentAuthorlazzyfair
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011
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    My final Godzilla pages. Colors here by my friend Shay Plummer again.

    pg1
    pg2
    pg3
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      CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011
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    Everything on this page is Teh Awesome!
    • CommentAuthorValente
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011
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    Detective Crosetti
    Detective Crosetti
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    @Lazzyfair As a massive fan of Godzilla, nicely done!
    Alchemy Test

    Trying to get over silly block I've given myself. I've found myself actually unable to do "art" even when I've really been itching to. Quite what set of odd mental rules I've given myself, I'm not sure, but I've been actively avoiding, even to the point of making excuses, doing drawings. This was done with Alchemy. It's the second thing I've done since I got my Intuos, about 5 months ago, which is ridiculous. Literally a 1 minute doodle.
    • CommentAuthorlazzyfair
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011
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    Well do more one minute sketches, cause I dig!
    • CommentAuthor256
    • CommentTimeMar 9th 2011
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    @alberto
    here's Storm (because She's arguably the coolest female character Marvel has)
    arguably


    No. It's not arguable. Mohawk Storm is the coolest Marvel character, full stop.

    Sweet art.
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    @VertigoJones Totally feeling your pain. And I have a Cintiq, damnit. I keep hearing from bearded wise men to "work through it". Personally, I find a thin brush, bottle of black ink and a stack of cheapie watercolour paper helps.
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    @imaginarypeople- what the eyelids got stuck? (awesome)
    @ lazzyfair - topnotch! love the manga/feildstien bug-eyed-monster-glob
    @valente- incredible line/brush work on the Crosetti , technically the best one so far
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    @mojokingbee Its this paper they especially made for graffiti markers and spray-paint apparently! My friend got it for me in tandem with the markers, which I got to use on my cardboard pieces (cause cardboard just wastes normal markers within a few pieces), but also works wonderfully on this paper. its very slippery and tough, it likes markers of all kinds quite well, from my leftover kid's marker packs to sharpies. see it here on dickblick : http://goo.gl/WdXSu
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      CommentAuthorsebfowler
    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2011
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    Haven't tried embedding vimeo files on here before, so bare with me if this doesn't work...
    Here's a 200 drawing animation, which I was given a week to complete. If you were wondering why I'd gone quiet/disappeared, this is one of the reasons.

    200 drawings from Sebastian Fowler on Vimeo.


    It was a great learning exercise in speed and letting go, amongst other things.
    It's for the course I've just started, a Masters of Animation & Interactive media. Wish me luck. It's going to be a hell of a (fun) ride.