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    SketchBook: As for updates, which I seem to do sporadically...

    As for updates, which I seem to do sporadically every few months (better that than years) - here's some new stuff:

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    I had to get back to drawing in between...
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    SketchBook: Wanted to comment on your blog, but it seems I...

    Wanted to comment on your blog, but it seems I had to register to do so. I really loved the storyboard with the sense of movement, atmosphere, and the suspense. I also love that it's in color! =) I'm...
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    SketchBook: Really nice hand studies, Eugie! I say you're...

    Really nice hand studies, Eugie! I say you're making great progress with them, and yeah, sometimes you just have to tell that little voice to shut up. I tend to just let the muscle memory roll and a...
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    SketchBook: Some good action poses and I like your faces with...

    Some good action poses and I like your faces with the sketchy lines. One big area of improvement would be to give more form to the shapes making up the body. You have a start in the head - next step...
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    SketchBook: You have some great values, good use of colors,...

    You have some great values, good use of colors, and some incredible faces with the sketches. Really beautiful work and I love your Mona Lisa heist idea! =) I would just say keep it up - obviously...
  6. I'll just dabble in everything but if you find...

    I'll just dabble in everything but if you find yourself locking onto something, it might be worth exploring for more insightful depths. You never know what could kick your art into high gear. Don't...
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    Glad to see Tsutomu Nihei being recommended...

    Glad to see Tsutomu Nihei being recommended several times in this thread. I would definitely place him in the "fine arts" camp simply due to his incredible environments. His environments really stand...
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    SketchBook: Well, most of 2012 from the get-go was spent in...

    Well, most of 2012 from the get-go was spent in some sequential art (as seen below). I learned a lot from doing it, and seeing the improvement from page to page was not only several lessons in the...
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    This. I'm sure you can dig out plenty more...

    This. I'm sure you can dig out plenty more distasteful soundbites from the GOP, too.
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    SketchBook: Thanks for the critique on the off-balance thingy...

    Thanks for the critique on the off-balance thingy going on with my figures, JesseM. =) I'm trying to work on that at the moment by doing some sequential panels for my assassin story. Seems to be...
  11. Thread: Iran

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    My family talked about this not too long ago....

    My family talked about this not too long ago. Being Chinese-American, I'm always afraid of a USA-China conflict exploding in our face one day (can't help but think of WWII's Japanese internment camps...
  12. Also, always get something (like half or a...

    Also, always get something (like half or a percentage) up front just to cover you in case the project goes south. If you wait until the project's finished to get your payment, you run the risk of...
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    That is interesting. Black Butler to me feels...

    That is interesting. Black Butler to me feels extremely shoujo (art style-wise, too) and it's earned the nickname Gay Butler for many people (it seems to be very popular with the yaoi fangirls)....
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    It's just interesting to think of a shoujo-esque...

    It's just interesting to think of a shoujo-esque story ending up in a shonen demographic. Of course, there are no boundaries when it comes to who's interested in what but with Japan's system, it can...
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    Yeah, CLAMP is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes...

    Yeah, CLAMP is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to their style + marketing. They did do a ton of gore (holy crap, X/1999 was flowing with it whatnot with the women exploding giving birth to swords,...
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    I still use guidelines. If I nail it correctly...

    I still use guidelines. If I nail it correctly the first time in line form, I have less cleanup work to do later when I start painting and realize, "Oh crap, something's really off!" That's not only...
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    Welcome back, mate! =) Glad to see you have...

    Welcome back, mate! =)

    Glad to see you have thick skin. Yeah, it's always a shocking letdown when you think you're the best in a small pond (or fish tank) and then the ocean lets you in and you...
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    A few weeks back, but I finally got down to...

    A few weeks back, but I finally got down to watching Blade Runner. Oh my God, what an awesome cyberpunk movie. Everything I'd ever wanted from one, I got. Harrison Ford as Deckard was amazing - so...
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    Yeah, shoujo in of itself is a hard market to...

    Yeah, shoujo in of itself is a hard market to bust into. In Japan now, many shoujo magazines are going bankrupt, forcing many shoujo manga artists to scurry over into the shonen market. CLAMP is only...
  20. Thread: Introverts

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    Did anyone read the most recent Time magazine...

    Did anyone read the most recent Time magazine article on introverts? =D It explains all of us in a very good way, I think. Count me in as another innie - never been much of an outgoing person (I can...
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    That's...there's no words to describe that kind...

    That's...there's no words to describe that kind of ignorance. I take it modern, more "abstract" work with a thesis paper to explain your work is big over there while representative work is shunned?
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    Boondocks would be the perfect show to air that...

    Boondocks would be the perfect show to air that kind of social commentary. I can see that. Although, the one time I did see Boondocks, all of the older relatives were Bruce Lee-ing across the screen....
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    Arshes, I misread that my first time, too. I had...

    Arshes, I misread that my first time, too. I had to double-check to make sure my eyes weren't playing tricks on me, and they were. I almost thought it was a derogatory racist word.
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    Elwell, that does depress me. All of that digital...

    Elwell, that does depress me. All of that digital interfacing and soon you'd need a "How To Use A Book 101" classes. It also seems to fall in line with people not using their heads anymore and doing...
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    Empyrean, I was thinking the same thing. It's...

    Empyrean, I was thinking the same thing. It's like as if William Gibson's 'Neuromancer' is coming true, plus every single cyberpunk I've read or seen (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex,...
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