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    Beowulf (If my memory serves me right) belongs to the knight-sagas series.. A collection of literature that was written by the kelts and vikings. He belongs to a group of men that thought it nothing to tie theyr own entrails around themselves so they would not interfere while fighting, grabbed spears out of the air, whose womens hair could be used as bowstrings and fought ghosts regularly... (sucks in air).

    He is the "Comic-hero" of his time. One of many, kind of like spiderman, superman and the incredible hulk to name a few.

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    It's good that i've not been into superheroes since the ninja turtles. Ah, those were believable heroes
    [...]if Beowulf were somehow able to turn Grendel into a bowl of Chocolate Pudding, that might be a little off-character[...]
    I wanna see that though.

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    Hey Mutton,

    thanks for reminding me. I forgot to add this final frame.



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    YES!!!
    dan....THAT is classic

    next frame: *commercial announcer voice*
    "Grendel pudding: Its chocolatey GOOD!"

    good show

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    Dan, that is too cool. Seriously. You're out. Disqualified for coolness. Chocolatey good… Aw man…

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    Ha Har! Nice work Dan. You must be the Fastest Draw in the West.

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    wow, that was quick

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    ok..back to work..heheh




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    I'm laughing out loud HARD right now at both Dan and Ty. Seriously funny!

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    Xpressions-

    I got my training at the Ontario College of Art & Design. But truly you get your real training the big bad world. Storyboarding is all about being super fast and drawing from your head. I can't think on another occupation that has you draw so many different images and different subject matters in a day, month... year whatever.(Of course someone will now correct me.) Problem is that you develop a lot of bad habits and quick tricks. As far as inspiration goes. I can’t think of one in particular. There is so much great art being done in every genre, that I'm inspired by it all, including the art found on these forums. I can't tell you how much I've learned in the year or so I've been hanging around here.

    Thanks everyone, I’m glad we’re all havin’ fun.

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    Is Beowolf eating pudding out of a goblet? I can't think of a more Rock N Roll thing to do. Your stuff rocks Dan.

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    Cool

    Holy cow! I must jump on the bandwagon here. Your storyboards are super mondo excellent, Dan. Everything I'm thinking has pretty much been said by everybody else already, but the movement in your art here is just fantastic. And that last one with the chocolate pudding... classic.

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    GRR.... I HATE YOU ¡¡¡¡
    YOU HAVE THE POWER ¡¡¡¡
    hehehehe i am :eek: i am learning very much with you.. THANKS MAN''''

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    nice!

    Hey Dan,

    Your work reminds me a bit of Rosinski's.
    He is a polish comic book illustrator and lives in switzerland for the moment . His most common known work is probably the serie 'Thorghal' and ' the Chninkel' , both written by the belgian author Jean Van Hamme.

    Anyway , very nice work, nice technique
    Best of luck
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    Excellent drawings Dan!

    Once you see the first set of drawings you can't wait to see the next ones. Then you start scrolling and scrolling down, antisipating what will show up next.

    Very well done

    Last edited by Glenn K; January 16th, 2004 at 04:14 AM.
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    Those storyboards are wonderful Dan, and your color work seems to flow like your drawing.

    I enjoy your speed man.

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    I wanna see some of tyboogies stuff. Did I miss something and he dropped out?

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    ive been having fun with the design of grendel. grendel eats orcs for breakfast

    anyhoo--ill post storyboards in a day or two

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    Grendel - wildest dream of any girl (pic 3)

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    Hey Ty,

    I agree with Mike. I love the red Grendel. Really really great. This is going to be amazing to watch develop. Keep um coming boogie! I think your Beowulf is looking more authentic then mine. Nice!

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    Very, very cool tyboogie! The double mouth is very interesting. You're putting up a strong fight with Mr. Milligan; I can't wait to see the rest.

    And amazing, inspiring work Dan. Once again, you have shown us what it takes to make pro work, and then outdo that!

    I think he needs some mead to go with that pudding. There's a bar in town here that makes home-brewed mead... I don't know how common that is but this match is making me thristy for some. I guess its like hot, watered down honey.:beer:

    *tyboogie- i just figured out how Beo should take your Grendal down.....I mean, it's pretty obvious how he could cut short his life....

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    Great stuff Ty. I like the middle batch as well, although I had to chuckle over the first ones. I mean who can hate a monster who loves his mom?

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    sweet...

    hey Dan,
    just wanted to say I like your sketches and all, actually I think I like them more than the paintings you did....but that's just my opinion. I was also wondering why you guys do a lot of digital art and never something more traditional?? or am I just not evolving with my time? (I'm actually only 20 years old and studying traditional animation at this time but I really didn't yet experiment a lot with 2d digital painting proggies...)
    well, enough said.....never mind me and just keep on doing what you do best!

    cheers and good luck in your contest!

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    Damn Tyboogieboog! .. that's definately one of the most origional interpretations of Grendel I've ever seen, I can't wait to see where it goes from here!

    He's truely frightening


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    Awesome tyboogie..you never let us down! I too love the red grendel...fantastic!

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    Cool

    I just checked into this thread for the first time... great work from both you guys for sure. I especially like the early sketches that Dan did. So fast looking and sketchy, but so nicely done at the same time. Looking forward to more from Ty as well. Great job, fellas...

    - blind
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    dope!

    this stuff is coo and inspirational...keep it coming!
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    Very Fun one.

    Tyboogie! Crush the Danner!!!!!!!!!!

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    Dan!

    When ever I need inspiration, I come to see your work. Awesome! I'm new in digital painting. Just got PS CS and Painter Classic with Wacom Intuos2. Works pretty well...

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