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June 30th, 2004 #1Registered User
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here is a little side project i did for the director who was helping out a young writer. steed, the writer, came up with a wonderful symbolic script, well the the story is symbolic not the script. any way, i made it into a short comic book.
the black and whites will be colored by someone else. but for now i like the simplicity of the gray scale.
these are not in sequences nor do they have the captions as will be obvious.
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This is just amazing... I see youve been a busy boy.. Good to see you Jon!
These are wonderful, I dont think I have ever seen you do a comic? Sweet
Thanks. Oh and when you get back you have a sketchbook thread to fill buddy... haha
June 30th, 2004 #3Registered User
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great to see your work again!
how did you get the light so beautiful? I wish I had the words.. but I'm speechless. Your art is Amazing!
June 30th, 2004 #4
ooo, a comic? from jonny?? it can't be! I'm in awe.
June 30th, 2004 #5
June 30th, 2004 #6
Sweet to see you post again Jon,
wish you ould have made it to the Workshop. You would have been a great addition.
All the best in Italy
June 30th, 2004 #7
Guess who's back... back again.
I like the comic, could be refined but it's not the final render so what the heck.
Amazing as always.
June 30th, 2004 #8
I can't begin to tell you how much you were missed around here... the design of the characters, poses, and emotion are stunning.
June 30th, 2004 #9
My foster fix has finally arrived. These are looking great. They really have an energy about them and fluid motion. Good to see you stop by again!
June 30th, 2004 #10
June 30th, 2004 #11
You're posting artwork again! Sweet. These are killer. I love your treatment of that girls hair.
June 30th, 2004 #12
Great work Jon. Post more stuff, really great work.
June 30th, 2004 #13Registered User
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June 30th, 2004 #14
damn jon, that is bad ass :d
June 30th, 2004 #15
there he is!!! we all miss ya buddy. nice pages. fostery, but theres something different about them, something new....just when i think i've got you all figured out, you comewith something completely new.keep up the good work man.-c36
June 30th, 2004 #16
These are extremely cool. I like the way you handled their glowing heads. :ak47: :rambo:
I don't spellcheck...
June 30th, 2004 #17
Finally got access to the Internet, huh? good to know How's Italy? (I'll send you a private email.)
extremely cool stuff - hope to see more of it.
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June 30th, 2004 #18
I agree with Coro on this one... always suprising to see what you are going to create. It has your signature style, but just feels different. Perhaps your art is evolving?
June 30th, 2004 #19
omg these are incredible! they seem to have a bit of Sienkiewicz's digital collaging style to them.. beautiful.. hope the colorer does em justice..
June 30th, 2004 #20Registered User
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I run well with scissors. Seriously, I do.
June 30th, 2004 #21
awesome work. This image right here though, seems a little too fast. Compositionally I wiz through the bottom three panels in one fast instant. The focal point in panesl 3 (the face), 4 (the hair), and 5 (the hair) are almost at a straight horizontal level with one another. I think it would be a wise idea to take the focal point of the 4th panel and move it towards the bottom, so that our eyes have a little more movement going from panel to panel. The panels, juxtapositionally, take place fast to me, and moving the focal point (you could probably do this by placing the horizon towards the bottom, so we could see more of the sky) would slow down the time between them and keep the viewer a tad bit more interested.
Oh I just realized, it might even be a good choice to leave pane 4 as it is, and move the focal point in panel 5 down to the bottom. Then it will seem like he's walking up the hill in 4, and then once he gets to the top he's jabbed in the neck by an arrow XD
N & B
June 30th, 2004 #22
HE LIVES!!! good to see you still pushing it jon...no more going away ok?
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June 30th, 2004 #23
June 30th, 2004 #24
My goodness! That is really inventive. What madness of thought resides in your head?
July 1st, 2004 #25
These are fantastic!
Im so happy you're back. yaaay...
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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July 1st, 2004 #27
man,, that stuff is killer.. this is the kind of comic that im always looking for when i go to the comic shop. its rare to find this much care throughout the whole book.. ill be looking for it.
July 1st, 2004 #28
really really really nice
cool beans to you...my friend.
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July 1st, 2004 #29Registered User
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:eek: thats got to be the coolest looking comic ive seen in a long time. hope youre having a good time over there :fruit:
...so what if i'm bored, and ordinary?...
currently playing: Super Mario 64 DS, ICO (grrrr....)
July 1st, 2004 #30