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    wow! very god job! fantastik!


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    Kev Ferrara's graphic novel THE DEAD RIDER is out now (details inside)

    so awsome, had to think of a landscape here hehe

    as is mentioned, your inks are great, precise and loose at the same time.
    frazetta is one of your influences?

    MOOOORE

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    Cool stuff man. Your Illustrations have a lot of kenetic energy and life.

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    Here's a link to Harvey Dunn's class notes...

    http://www.robolus.com/h.dunn-eveningclassroom.pdf

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    Thanks for the comments guys! Much appreciated!

    Anyhow, here's another two Pen & Ink drawings from my Deadlander mini for Dark Horse...
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    Here's another Blitz Oil Girl. I got into the turps on this one and began splashing like mad. That's why it looks like Bobo the Monkey Boy did assists.

    I think this session was two hours, so it wasn't as crazy as the hour and a halfs I've been doing recently.

    That's a little joke. Doing an oil painting in two hours is still like writing a song as you perform it in front of a live audience. Mistakes are bound to happen, but the expression will be dead honest and something just might occur that never can be captured again.

    There's so much spirit in a loose oil painting. It's like nothing else. And I love how, when you move in for a closer look, the whole image flies apart before your eyes.
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    beautiful work mate, love your stuff.

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    I really love composing illustrations. Here's two more from my notebooks...

    The first one is a pair of Lilliputians talking over their catch of the day.

    And the second one looks like The Deadlander peeking around a corner at some kind of mining operation, but I have no idea what scene it's from.
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    Here's a portrait of my Italian Grandfather.

    He played mandolin in a marching band in Sicily in 1912.

    He was a big David Hasselhoff fan.

    He was very loud and wore his pants up to his chest. I hope one day to be just like him!

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    the compositions in your comics are great, and i love your ballpoint sketches.

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    good lord, you're the best comic artist ive seen on this forum. amazing!

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    Another panel that will not make the final cut.

    This is from a very early page that was so complex and design-y (not in a good way) that when I showed the original pencils to Stephen Hickman at one of Berni Wrightson's parties he said it looked like the Sistine Chapel.

    I originally took this to be a compliment, but now it gives me a good laugh because Steve says all sorts of mischievous things to young artists that sound good at first, but on reflection are actually rather clever "crits".

    I think now what he really meant was that the page looked like it took me a thousand hours to draw, was super complex. and the story didn't make any sense.

    Ah well. Live and learn... Thanks Steve!
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    Another unused Deadlander panel from the same page as above... (I'm isolating these drawings from each other so I can post them, but in the original page they're all in one big jumble of illustrative chaos!)
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    Very nice work Kev. Cowboys and zombies. You’ve done a great job of illustrating the western undead. The oil painting of the skull in the box is cool too. You do put a lot of detail into your work. I like that. The ink barbarians are impressive too. Sure would like to see more. Nudes are good too. I’ve been a fan of barbarian artwork ever since Frazetta’s Conan paperbacks. I’ve studies the man for a while now. Anyway you’ve got some great looking artwork. I’ve enjoyed your sharing it here.


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    Really great work Kev. I ll keep my eye out for badlander. Keep it up.

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