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There is a brief interview with concept artist Terryl Whitlatch on Muddy Colors today.
This is killer, Cam!
Ooh! I love that white-haired girl with the sword (3rd to last).
I don't know if I've seen it before.
You're getting so good so fast, it's gross.
You can take them, I do it all the time.
However, I get harassed every single time, and told I can not take them.
Which is why I print out the TSA guidline that specifically states that I CAN.
Nice work as usual, Sam.
I can't wait to see what you come up with as you delve into fantasy a bit.
Don't forget those environments!
Or just buy Chartpak AD markers....
Way flatter color with minimal streaking.
Nope, no original.
I put a color balance bar on the image sometimes as a test.
Other times, I have a master color proof that I let them compare it to.
I always make sure the proof is done from the...
It's all about the employees and how well they manage and calibrate their machines.
The machine itself is more than capable of making beautiful prints...
The employees... that's a different story....
You can get a nice 11x17 print at Kinko's for $3.
I use them all the time.
Ask them to use the Xerox Docucolor aka 'The Fiery'.
As for the $20 entry fee;
Given that you receive a free copy of...
That's a pretty epic line up.
I'm totally honored to be included, but I would honestly attend regardless of teaching.
Jon Foster just wrote a really nice post about his thumbnail process.
Check it out:
I used to try to photograph my reference in similar light,
but it never seemed to capture what I was going for anyways.
Now, I just implement a bit more color theory into my work.
I'll be there for sure.
And I agree, if you are paying for an Atelier, you can spend $150 for 4 days that are jam packed with demos, critiques and portfolio reviews.
Trust me, it is well worth it.
It has a real European comic vibe from the way you handled the inking.
Though, I think the "Machete" title is so illegible, it may as well not even be there.
I agree with Bjoern.
Even though these are really well painted, the lack of lighting from the saber is really hurting it's potential.
And to make it worse, the lightsaber even has a cast shadow in...
Update on page 1.
I'm partaking in a new group blog with a slew of awesome artists.
A lot of the content will focus on fantasy illustration, with an emphasis on it's creation.
We will have an update...
These are awesome.
Looking good, McLean!
I especially like 1, 3 and 4.
I've got a couple Moebius wallpapers.
I uploaded them for you.
These are very cool.
I would love to see the world flushed out a little more by designing a few creatures that aren't so dominant and predatory.
Small mammalian creatures that serve as prey, or...
I don't know what your problem is (I am assuming it's called 'youth'),
but you're acting like an ass lately to anyone who puts forth any sort of criticism contradictory to yours.
I'm really happy you're redoing this.
I'm a fan of the original, and you definitely appear to breathing new life into it.
Hopefully, a whole new generation will learn to appreciate it...
This looks quite a bit like my work when I was younger, not just in subject matter, but in execution as well.
Digital coloring wasn't an option back then, so I used markers a LOT.
I know how hard...