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I would buy a Black Hole Sun graphic novel done by you. It doesn't exist right? Cuz if it did, I'd buy it.
I apologize in advance for placing this post here, but I know the Finally Finished section gets more views than some of the others. And I though this was pretty good information for everyone here.
The John Cotton image is gorgeous. For me, that one is on a higher level than the rest. Great work.
I'm digging them. No crits, I just really like retro stuff.
Very cool. Love the colours and execution. Could double as a concert poster. And thanks for the tut.
cotta: Thanks - prints are here if interested: http://www.zazzle.com/stevethomas/gifts?cg=196016200531151899
Consider yourself followed.
Long time no post. Been busy with kid #3 and work. I did have some time to put together some new posters. I wanted to try my hand at some concert/gig-style posters. I used 1980s cartoons...
Just. Wow. Impressive colour, composition, action, tension, etc.
These are fantastic. The "The Hundred Handed One" is exceptional in the number of subjects coming together as one. 5 stars without a doubt.
Very cool. I like the limited colour palette. Sorry I don't have much to critique about. Nor have I seen the original story, but it definitely makes me want to see more.
Thanks for all the posts and answers. I do have to do a lot more research and in the end, get permission. I just wondered if there was a magic number of prints to stay under and be safe.
I apologize if this has been address, but I was wondering if anyone knew or had some insight into being able to sell art created with copyright "names/places/likenesses" or intellectual...
Thanks all for the advice.
I'm moving towards creating a business for my freelance illustration. I just wondered if anyone out there has done similar and which would be the best course of action.
This is indeed a very sad day.
Congrats on the Spectrum entry!
Cool. Could be the start of some graphic novel concepts, perhaps? Love to see more.
I've got a couple of kids and we watch "Tigger and Pooh" on the Disney channel. Now, everytime I see it I can't help but think of this:
Thanks kizer. And great image and story behind it....
Thanks all. They were fun to do. I may do some more, but I'd like to figure out how to print and sell them without running into copyright issues.
I had some extra time and I did these with little prep or planning (didn't need to really, since they are almost copies of the originals). Done for fun, enjoy.
When I saw this poster: ...
BINAURAL is very nice. I could see this in Spectrum.
Are these done on the computer? They have a very "mixed media" feel.
StallionOfBeachhaven: Thanks. Space Invaders is definitely on the drawing board. As are Defender, Moon Patrol, Missile Command and Galaga (my personal favourite from the 80s).
the Tiger image is my favourite
Here are some more vintage style posters with a twist. Four in all for now. I didn't want to be too true to the original game art, but just enough to let you know what game they are suppose to...