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December 7th, 2007 #301
me gusta mucho tu estilo comic
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A very awesome and inspiring thread indeed; but the thing that caught my attention the most is: you are the first and only artist I've seen who can both talk about the spiritual/philosophical side of art, and demonstrate these impressions to the viewer of your works at the same time. Usually I've seen only people who can brag about deep art meanings but their work suggest the opposite of what they say.
Very awesome works ! I'm going to try to find me a copy of Deadlander.
By the way, your joke sucks ,man. LOL
December 12th, 2007 #303
Heyy Kev, just got my copy of Deadlander in the mail yesterday. I am not lying when I say that the artwork inside is better than any other comic book I have read in the past 4 years. Only crit, Moar action!
December 12th, 2007 #304
December 12th, 2007 #305
b e a U tiful!
December 13th, 2007 #306Registered User
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Can I buy "Deadlander" in Germany?
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December 20th, 2007 #309
So much to learn from you Kev... good work.
December 28th, 2007 #310Registered User
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You've been helping me out so much since I've been here, but this is the first time I've gotten to see your art (I dont know why I didnt look before). Your works are outstanding!! Keep it up
January 4th, 2008 #311
I'm not crazy about your colors, they all look to "washed out" nothing comes at the viewer in terms of balance. Although you did have a nice effect going on with the cowboy zombie thing in the door way.
You're pen and ink pieces are to much Frazetta like, with a few pieces having way to much going on in them. Near the top there I can't make out what is going on at all in the piece next to the guy swinging the sword at the one on the horse.
You do have a lot of skill too, but I think you need to find a little more balance in what you're trying to say in each piece. Keep up the great work though, you're figure studies were nice.
January 4th, 2008 #312Registered User
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dude you are a billy! your work reminds me alot of John R. Neill (illustrator of oz) keep it up
January 6th, 2008 #313
Kev...I'd be a fan of yours now...such great works you have here...perfect understanding of anatomy and perspective and lay-out and emotion. I used to doodle in comic illustration before, really love lines and brush strokes. I have a question, how big is your original paper where you illustrate your comics? And what kind of paper do you use? Would it be ok if it's glossy? You see here in the Philippines, I can't find the right art materials. Tell me pls what best paper to use in comics illustration. Hope to see more of your works in the future. Thanks.
January 7th, 2008 #314Grand Knight
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Well, awesome sb, subscribed, waiting for the updates
January 14th, 2008 #315
I'm sorry for kind of "resurrecting this" however;
I just bought the first Deadlander while at the workshop (in the Pike's place Market).
How can I say this;
BUY THIS COMIC, PRONTO.
It's 3 dollars. I've never been a huge comics fan. I've looked and read and looked more- Manga to Marvel. Even classics... Ronin for example- I didn't like it. I'm extraordinarily picky, and need to have good INK, good COLOR, and good story/dialog, and so far this is the only comic that I could get totally in to without saying "man this color/ink sucks" or "Man that was a cheesy line to say". There is a major lack of ugly in this comic, as well as a major lack of cheese, lame, and fail. Success however, is abounding.
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