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    2 hour page - updated with page 3

    Hi all.
    Just a simple page I did today in a little over 2 hours. Hope you forgive me the silly monster...

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    I guess I'll be the first to say this is wicked cool and I wanna see more

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    you freakn rule Simon-looks great. 2 hours? Dude- time for your own comic book/ graphic novel!

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    Ditto what scott*altmann said - where's your comics?

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
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    Wow,
    very nice lineart, impressive !

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    Show off
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    it would be awesome to see a graphic novel, lot's of potential and great rendering. Kudos!

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    awesome! I love the empty space, it's detailed but not cluttered.

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    Fantastic one Simon... the "silly monster" is great!

    How are you applying the ink? Nib Pen and brush?

    Thanks for posting mate

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    I really enjoyed this short, one-paged strip. Fast and extremely entertaining. Perfect lines, and words that go with them. Thanks for sharing!

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    Sweet man!!!!!

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    Ooh, Kuberty!


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