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  1. Jim is short for James, right? ;) Thanks for...

    Jim is short for James, right? ;)

    Thanks for the help - heading over to his blog!
  2. Hard-/Software for recording traditional art processes

    Hey guys, what sort of hard/software would you recommend for painting processes?

    I work in watercolours and would like to record more of my processes. I don't have anyone who can film me on a...
  3. Art: Back to my usual illustration work. Some Romans,...

    Back to my usual illustration work. Some Romans, some Tolkien. Experimenting with rougher paper, and gouache highlighting.

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    If you like my work, please check out...
  4. Art: Thanks so much for the kind words, guys! :) The...

    Thanks so much for the kind words, guys! :) The book is being layouted right now... the wait is killing me.
  5. Art: It's done! 76 images altogether... my first book...

    It's done! 76 images altogether... my first book is out in October! I'm quite stoked.

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  6. Art: Thanks so much for the feature! And thanks...

    Thanks so much for the feature!

    And thanks for the support of the campaign - I definitely recognised a CA name or two in the recent contributions. ;) Thank you!!
  7. Art: I'm in full swing with my work on Cannae. I plan...

    I'm in full swing with my work on Cannae. I plan to have the book out at the end of this year - just a trifling 54 images to be drawn until then... but hey.

    Here's a few examples from the images...
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    Art: Great job there! Love the way you handle the...

    Great job there! Love the way you handle the medium, and the flow of your works.
  9. Art: I've finally brought a heart's blood project on...

    I've finally brought a heart's blood project on the way. Blood sounds about right. There'll be a lot of it.

    It's an illustrated novel about the battle of Cannae in 216 BC, where Hannibal defeated...
  10. Art: Thank you, Candra! I'm experimenting with new...

    Thank you, Candra!

    I'm experimenting with new media - and found acrylic ink, a great compromise between my line-art-based style and the addition of something more opaque.

    Another Hannibal...
  11. Art: Thank you, Shorinji, Kokori! This one was a...

    Thank you, Shorinji, Kokori!

    This one was a looong time in the making; you may have seen it in the wip forum. It's finally done - Hannibal crossing the Alps.

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    Watercolour and gouache...
  12. I certainly hope so! Though it'll give me a few...

    I certainly hope so! Though it'll give me a few more grey hairs, I suppose. ;)

    Final version:
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  13. Gah. I think I always want to combine the curled...

    Gah. I think I always want to combine the curled shape of a Roman scutum with the round shield. Thanks; I'll see how I can fix it.
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    Actually, of the prelim sketches, I think the top...

    Actually, of the prelim sketches, I think the top left works way better. It has the healer's face, and it has a more interesting angle of the bed.
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    The healer's left arm doesn't work yet; I'd move...

    The healer's left arm doesn't work yet; I'd move up the elbow and give the upper arm a bit more substance. Right now, her forearm is too long and the upper arm too short.

    That's a beastly...
  16. Okay, I think I'm happy with this. What do you...

    Okay, I think I'm happy with this. What do you think?

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    I know the guy behind Hannibal and the soldier he's pulling to his feet is rather confusing right now; I'll separate those in the...
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    I have to say I love the concept behind this. I...

    I have to say I love the concept behind this. I am an Aquarius and know a bit of the backgrounds, so I recognised the air connection straight away. I think it's a terrific idea - the water-bearer as...
  18. Ack, ignore. Too many mistakes. Will be back with...

    Ack, ignore. Too many mistakes. Will be back with an update once I've fixed the more obvious ones.
  19. Thanks for your thoughts! Zephyri, I just had...

    Thanks for your thoughts! Zephyri, I just had that idea with drawing up the man's leg myself. Though I haven't progressed any further with this - I'm stuck. Maybe it is too crowded. Vineris, this...
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    Better, I'd say - her eyes now actually look at...

    Better, I'd say - her eyes now actually look at the light source. Without your explanation, though, I wouldn't have known there were two lights in her wrists. Maybe make the glowing ball a little...
  21. Not sure about the bigger elephant, but all the...

    Not sure about the bigger elephant, but all the other ideas are great. Getting rid of the cloak does sound like a good idea, if I can keep the swoosh with whatever I put in its place. The idea with...
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    Dierat took the words out of my mouth. Absolutely...

    Dierat took the words out of my mouth. Absolutely seconded on all counts!
  23. Hannibal crossing the Alps - needs C&C and 30,000 winter coats, please.

    Okay, keep the winter coats. C&C would be great. ;)

    This is in its very early stages; I want to turn this into an A3 size watercolour, and I want to make the narrative and composition as good as...
  24. Art: After years of Tolkien, inspiration has carried...

    After years of Tolkien, inspiration has carried me to an age-old obsession of mine - Hannibal (the Carthaginian, not the Lector one). I'm toying with the idea of a comic, and am trying to get the...
  25. Art: Thank you! Forgot to add the link to the first...

    Thank you! Forgot to add the link to the first one of #77 - there's a full process for that too. :)
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