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    nice one @ pupato
    @ Lordofthejungle- wicked sketches ( and sick finished work in the other thread!)

    the latest weird vignette from my webcomic
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    I don't even know where to start. So much amazing in this thread. Mojo I liked the dog head sketch a lot.
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    @Rooth = At first I'm like "Hulk's got this", then I'm like, but Beast is standing on Hulk, who's standing on a cliff edge, next thing I know I'm imagining a whole kind of "They Live" scenario where Beast is trying to make Hulk put on the sunglasses... So I guess what I'm saying is I like your drawing too :D
    @Valente - Lovely work, intriguing image and good use of black
    @Neil Ford - Nice Hellboy! Great shapes.
    @HEY APATHY! - Thanks a million, also brilliant webcomic! Getting trapped in a mirror is such a scary idea, people look in mirrors all the time but no one can hear you scream.
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    @Rooth I always love your colors and washes! That's something I'm going to try soon, I mostly use markers right now.

    Speaking of, here is a commission I started at Wonder Con and finished today.

    Dark Phoenix Commission
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
    KIller HB, Neil! Love it!

    LOrdofthejungle- haha! Thanks! I loved that movie....

    superecretid - thank you! You should definitely try out ink washes, I think you'd dig 'em.
    Working wet on wet with a decent brush, you can pull off some pretty cool colour mixes and nebula type stuff blends.
    I'd recommend using liquid transparent inks and/or liquid water colours to get that 'comic book vibrancy' into the colours, as opposed to using traditional water colour cakes/blocks (which i find harder to get bright colours out of).
    I find inks to be a much easier (and more reliable) medium than markers- though you seem to have a pretty awesome handle on using markers! Awesome Dark Phoenix!
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
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    Phwoooooaaaaahhhhhhhh, that is amazing Sizer, really amazing. You've done it again old chap!
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    @Sizer - I caught that over on his site, those a pretty tight, and a damn sight lovely to look at.
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    @ Sizer -KING PAUL! the three panels story trumps everything I've ever seen you do and that is no f--king easy task. Amazing message and as always amazing art.
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2011
    Thanks all! Appreciated.
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    Saw it at Warren's blog, but the cranky bastard has it closed for comments, so I'll say it here -- damn good job!

    • CommentAuthorlomopop
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011
    @oddbill - I love those sketches, especially the use of colour. What a great idea for a drawing class.
    @miranda - I really like that image. I keep going back to it.

    Here's a pen and ink I just finished. My penmanship is not that great but I'm working on it.

    A girl named Claire
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011
    Some artwork for the upcoming Weaponizer Quarterly:

    mad science
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011
    @moali: I'm damn proud to have my shit go in a mag with illustrations like that. Gorgeous.

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    @Fauxhammer cheers Chris!
      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011 edited
    @ moali - shit that's cool call it a spectreman and throw it in the remake thread!

    @miranda - think I already commented on your stuff here but I actually came back today just to check it out again. It's like beautiful from afar but dismal and rotten up close, and yet still absolutely beautiful.

    @lazzyfair- sorry to here March sucked, keep that pencil in hand and things will only get better (maybe, no guarantees)

    @ lomopop - nice poem & hatching/liked the remake also, alternative comics rule!. (You're a fan of the gashlycrumb tinies too I presume?)
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011
    I made a horrible tshirt design today D:

    Probably one of the last pictures of Shark Pony I'll do, but some of my watchers and friends on DA want me to actually draw the comic, not sure if I might be fun?
    I need to scan in stuff to post on this thread sometime.
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    You tell me when you have that on Red Bubble and I will purchase that shirt ASAP.

    I think Chris's Space Shark needs a guest artist page. Hint. Hint, you two.

    Last month I put up a shot of a mask that I made for a local photographer. The two shots will be published in a Houston arts magazine Bayousphere. Hurrah for being published, though the mask isn't getting a credit of any sort.

    I'm going to assume the Ventures Bro art jam is getting to a slow start or is it now being post-poned?

    Custom Football card:

    Ellis' Astonishing Ladies:
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2011
    @jackcrowder I have the shirts up on Zazzle (I hadn't heard of Red Bubble until your post) and I didn't post a link in the forum because I thought that would be weird/improperselfpromotion D:
    I've never done a guest comic so I'm not sure where to start with that.