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A pin up of the outlaw Kassidy. A character from my comic Blackfeather.

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Wow Irish! I really like this! I could see myself posing for a sketch like this! Me in my ABU's or some crazy shit! HA! Good Work though! Loving it!

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well i havent posted anyting in a very long time lol.

 

anyway here you all go for more please visit my da page (its at the bottom of my signature.)

Line Art:

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Colored Ver:

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again its wesker lol.

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Sweet work there kiddo.

 

 

thank you ;)

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Tutorial I wrote for Revolver Magazine on "how I make a rock poster" is now up

Lemme know what you think

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Awsome :D i liked it ^-^

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Tutorial I wrote for Revolver Magazine on "how I make a rock poster" is now up

Lemme know what you think

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Very interesting! A must-read!!! :)

 

Your tutorial is full of great advice.

 

You never think about how much work goes into making a poster until you see the process step by step.

 

Plus, I really love the poster. Death wearing a hoodie? Clever! This poster should win awards.

 

 

 

 

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Tutorial I wrote for Revolver Magazine on "how I make a rock poster" is now up

Lemme know what you think

 

 

Wow, the work you put into that poster! You are a real "Get your hands dirty" kinda artist.

 

Already had tons of respect for your talent before the tutorial, now it is just off the charts. Thanks very much for sharing this. Love your work, Fucking bravo man.

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Thanks for all the great replies on the tutorial. Sometimes you don't realize what you've learned until you hafta explain it to people.

 

New Day Of The Dead art print

Aranita

(Spider Baby)

18x24 giclee

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My artwork in the latest issue of People magazine?!?!

I designed the logo and artwork for the Country Throwdown Tour.

 

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congrats! ;) looks great! :D

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I collaborated with Vannen Watches to design my own watch.

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Also created a new giclee to go with it.

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Also customized 13 boxes that are part of the watch packaging. That was a lot of fun to do. Here's 2 of the 13.

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I collaborated with Vannen Watches to design my own watch.

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4648509660_fd949e8282.jpg

Also created a new giclee to go with it.

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Also customized 13 boxes that are part of the watch packaging. That was a lot of fun to do. Here's 2 of the 13.

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That is so awesome! I would proudly wear that watch. And I love the rose box. If you feel like it, you can send me a free watch, and I'll walk around advertising it for you. ;)

 

 

 

 

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I'm working on a pseudo-historical series in my spare time (which I don't really have much to spare incidently) called "The Legend of the Five Sisters of the Dokgebi". In the tradition of films like Tsukiyaki Western Django, Wild Wild West, Jona Hex etc. it's deliberately visually anachronistic but this time set in in Chosun era Korea. If there's enough interest I'll open up a separate thread here dedicated to sketches from the development of the series.

 

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I'm working on a pseudo-historical series in my spare time (which I don't really have much to spare incidently) called "The Legend of the Five Sisters of the Dokgebi". In the tradition of films like Tsukiyaki Western Django, Wild Wild West, Jona Hex etc. it's deliberately visually anachronistic but this time set in in Chosun era Korea. If there's enough interest I'll open up a separate thread here dedicated to sketches from the development of the series.

 

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I dig it.

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I'm working on a pseudo-historical series in my spare time (which I don't really have much to spare incidently) called "The Legend of the Five Sisters of the Dokgebi". In the tradition of films like Tsukiyaki Western Django, Wild Wild West, Jona Hex etc. it's deliberately visually anachronistic but this time set in in Chosun era Korea. If there's enough interest I'll open up a separate thread here dedicated to sketches from the development of the series.

 

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I'd follow that thread.

 

Looking forward to seeing more.

 

~R

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Hey, my first full color sequential pages. A 3 page short story for a buddy to take with him to comic con. Hope you enjoy em.

 

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Oh, how I love this thread. It's always with a giddy excitement that I check back in, and I cannot wait to see what people have posted!

 

You guys all inspire me so much. Andy, every time you post man, I get a big dumb grin. You're the whole reason I love comics and art anyway. So much of who you are, your humor and personality come through in your work. Even when somebody else is writing the story for you, it always feels like YOUR WORK, you know?

 

Love seeing you do colors. Wish I had the feel for it that you do. I'm thinking of doing some color for GRAFT, which I haven't shown anybody yet. I guess I should post some of that up. :)

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Thank you Noeland.

 

The coloring came out ok. It really was my 1st time doing the coloring on sequential pages...I HATED IT! Maybe if I practice more I'll learn to be more efficient at it...it was way to time consuming and I found that very frustrating. I'll continue to work on it, but I think for the most part I'll be leaving it to other folks.

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I tried to take a second pass at the sisters. This time I used Korean celebs as photo-reference (well all except for the Axeman's wife... since it's damn near impossible to find fat Korean celebs). Fortunately I suck at portraits... so their real identities are kept secret while the end result is more realistic renders.

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