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    Battle Chasers: Idiot's Colors

    Found this on my cpu (forgot I had done it lol) and decided to touch it up for posting. Colors done for practice.

    Pencils and inks by: Joe Madureira, and Tim Townsend

    Colors: ME



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    great picture!i want to see more of you! your colours are superb!do you do some on requests too? MORE!

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    Nice work, I typically don't like the results of coloring, but this looks really good.

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    Oh do I miss those comics. They kicked ass.

    Am I wrong, or are the artists working at or helped found Liquid Entertainment?

    another on the way.

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    nicely done man colors look good

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    Yeah all the Cliffhanger comics had insane art. As far as I know, Liquid was the company that did the coloring for most of Joe Mad's comics.

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    Originally posted by Lohan
    Yeah all the Cliffhanger comics had insane art. As far as I know, Liquid was the company that did the coloring for most of Joe Mad's comics.
    Liquid was pretty awesome for a while, but I started getting tired of everything being so shiny.

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    this is damn good....
    i don't reaaly like comic style coloring but this feels warm

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    the creature in the bottom-right corner is totally rad. the others look a little "joined" and as one creature with many heads.

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    Very 'bold'.
    Extremly nice and vibrant colors even if most of it is dark (not typicaly associated with vibrancy).

    I don't think I made any sense.

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    Great coloring job.

    Not my particular taste in pencil artwork, though. I'm not a big fan of the way-way-wayyy too rubbery and hyper-exagerrated style that seems to be altogether too prolific in comics these days. (Though I do enjoy comics that can go from being subtle to hyper-exagerrated at the drop of the artist's hat.)

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