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    Look out below- huge card dump!

    Here's a bunch of cards done for Upper Deck and Marvel. Per their process, all images are 5" x 5", done in three phases- pencils, inks and colors. I got away with really rough bluelines for the pencil stages, inked these puppies with Micron pens, as is my wont, then painted 'em up in Photoshop.

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    Mendel Stromm, former partner of Norman (the Green Goblin) Osborne, currently an undead cyborg dude. Yikes!

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    The assassin Bulleye (movie variation)- it's all about the barrels, baby.

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    Blarrgh! It's the Demogoblin- booga booga.

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    So.. purple. Vampires-feh!

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    Wotta revoltin' development!

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    Scorpia, as designed by the suave and talented Terry Dodson- I tried to keep the flava he gives his segsie girls...

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    Hey, Kids- drugs = money! A meth lab, just like mom's...

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    Magneto, the Mutant Master of Magnetism's sub-volcanic Antarctic lair. I had just one bit o' reference fir this- a tiny, rather diagrammatic side-elevation-type drawing by John Byrne. I just made it all up!

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    The Gobin Glider, awaiting it's dread master. When they say parking in Manhattan sucks...

    Tha-tha-tha-tha-that's all fer now, folks!

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    nice works chuk. the purple of the vampire one is a big much, methinks. the handling of the colors in alot of the other ones turned out really successful. The smoke from the volcano worked out really well too...dope!

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    Nice stuff. I love the artwork on cards, whenever I get into a card collecting phase, that's why I do it; The artwork.

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    Nice work Chuk. I love the color work.

    Pigma Micron note: I switched over to hi-tech C's after DNS2k let me try one. Basically because I press to hard and split my micron's tip. Also, the line doesn't "split" when I draw to fast. They are around $3 each here, but I imported a box of them from Japan for under a $1 a pen.

    I'll drop you an email soon. I'm back at work and wanna bang on Blur's door.

    Cheers man,

    Phil

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    Dig it! I'm not really feeling the purple vampire piece too much either. I like the drawing, but the purple makes me hurt a little.

    I really like Mendel and the Demogoblin, but for some reason my fav is the Meth Lab piece. I dunno, it just seems really strong. I think I'm diggin' the sort of dual monotone scheme on it too.

    Anywho, nice to see some new stuff from ya.

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    Love the somewhat cartoony style of your work, but the obvious industrial design drawing underlay that makes them look real too. Cool stuff.

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