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    :clapping2 :clapping1 x:


    can't wait to see these painted!!!!

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    It really shows you are having fun...the sketches are full of energy...

    Looking forward to the final images...

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    This thread is freaking rocking. :thumbsup:

    But where's tyboogies stuff?

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    Dan, great work with Beowulf. He started out kinda "Conan" but he's turning into his own person. I really like your Grendel interpretation, too. Wonderful movement in all of them.

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    Damn good work Dan,

    Dynamic sketches, your speed is unmatched.

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    I'll throw a cheer towards Dan's way.

    Good stuff. Extremely dynamic.
    Something a lot of art is missing nowadays.

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    great sketches!!

    cant wait to see this one!

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    These are amazing Dan, you work is fun to look at and very inspirational.

    I will be just like you one day
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    Thanks all,

    Thinking about all those life drawing classes where I should have been paying more attention... youth wasted on the young.


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    Keep' em coming my friend, you'll have enough for a book before this Thunderdome is over, looks like you're having way too much fun.

    Fab stuff as usual.

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    I have to admit that the sketch with Beowulf ready to stab at Grendel (second pic), is just awesome. So much energy and motion with just a single pic. This dual is going to seriously rock the house.

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    Why, if it isn't the mysterious supersurfer, Aaross. Ah yes I remember back in the day before his horrible dis-figuring accident, when he collided with that Polish sugar freighter while wind-surfing the dangerous 'Redpath Straights', that He used to frequent these forums. Perhaps we may see his like again? Perhaps....
    Nice stuff Dan. Tyboogie, I think you'd better git sketchin'.

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    Amazing fluid motion in all of the action sketches, the characters really interact well.

    Your interpretation of Grendel reminds me a little of the cave troll in LOTR, but Tolkien did base his writing on Beowulf so there should be some similarity between the characters.

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    Mr. Milligan, your sketches rock! I love the look of your Beowulf.

    If you don't want to read the story, here are some quick points:

    Beowulf decided to grapple with Grendel hand to hand, and tore Grendel's arm off. Grendel ran away, but bled to death.

    Grendel's mom (the Sea Hag) attacked to take vengeance, and Beowulf followed her to her underwater den, and killed her with a sword (though the blade melted because of her acid blood).

    Then, finally, Beowulf (as an old man) slew the dragon, but I'm hazy on the details as to how.

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    Hey Rust,

    You are gentleman and a scholar sir. I got the arm thing, you think cutting Gendels arm off with the sword is changing it too much as apposed to ripping it off. You know, artistic licence. .

    Thanks again everyone,

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    The more I look at that last drawing the more it bugs me…. Oh well

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    hey, your rendition of Grendal reminds me of the Drenai from War3: Frozen Throne, anyway, the second to last sketch is kind of hard to tell whats happening, but otherwise they are perfect. good job!

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    Really looking forward to the outcome of this here battle. Good luck to you both.


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    Actually, I'm digging the sword thing. I'm a fan of bladed weapons, and was almost dissapointed when I read that Beowulf didn't use one (a long time ago). Now I'm just fond of the image of Beowulf beating Grendel with his arm But like I said, I'm digging the sword. And I'm all about artistic license. Can't wait to see more!

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    OK. looks like Beowulf is gonna have to rip Grendels arm off . It's kind of an important aspect of the story. Anyhow here's some of my storyboard frames. Got to condense the scene because we're going try and do this in 8-12 frames. More to come.

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    Grabs arm? Aren't you forgetting the next one where Grendel bites off Beowulf's leg and slams him into the ground with his arm? Totally Awesome work otherwise, hope i can achieve that someday.


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    Awesome!

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    Nice work

    Do I detect a hint of John Buscema influence in your sketches, or am I imagining things?

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    Damn fine work! I love storyboards! You've got a great sense of action in these panels. Props and hats off to you sir!! Peace

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    Fantastic! Love the storyboard stuff! What tool do you use in Painter to make the sketches?

    Oh, and what made you change your mind about the sword versus hand-to-hand?

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    Rusty- The pencil I use is one I've built to suit my likes. Generally speaking it's a pencil with a subcategory set on grainy hard build up and then some fine tuning from there. It's probably the fourth or fifth generation of my sketching pencil.

    Beowulf decides to fight Grendel unarmed because Grendel is unarmed. (No pun intended) Also the poem talks about how in awe Grendel is with Beowulf's grip.

    Speed- Your the second person to say that my junk has a John Buscema look to it. Can't say I've honestly used him as an influence, but I'll take the compliment!! Thanks so much.


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    insanely awesome. i suspect your grendal has cotton mouth, being that he never seems to close it

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    Very cool! I love the motion and drama of it all. You do an excellent job of transitioning which makes perfect sense when put the pannels into context with eachother.

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