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October 28th, 2004 #16
hahaha the sign on the first page says "sparth" yeh? are you a friend....or an admirer???
Your work is very professional and top notch. One thing that caught my eye was when the protagonist is shaving with the blade the 2 shots are of the same shot of him shaving, one is just zoomed in. Feels like your somehow cheating the reader by using a frame twice (your totally not, it just spoils the rhythm of it). Maybe a shot of him scraping one way, then a shot of him scraping back the other way would look smoother u know?
Great use of depth of field too in the action scenes.
Fantastic fantastic stuff.
Merci merci merci!!!
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haha i just noticed
as well. So either your an avid admirer of their work, or you have some serious industry connections OR BOTH!
October 28th, 2004 #18
I absolutely love this. I love the texture and I love the buildings, everything is wonderful. I would really like to see how you created parts of this, especailly the textures. It looks like it was all done in photoshop, but I could be wrong. My only crit is on the close up of the hand pointing one, it doesnt seem as well done as everything else.
October 28th, 2004 #19
October 28th, 2004 #20
Superbe! Je me rejouis de le voir en vitrine. Chez quel editeur sera t il publie??
Great art work and atmosphere, wonderfull!Become a fan of my Facebook page:
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October 28th, 2004 #21
Oh very nice
C'est le premier tome ?
October 28th, 2004 #22
wtf?! I just noticed your signature, I've been to your website a dozen times, and saved almost all of the images to my inspiration folder. I saw it a long time ago, and remembered the site, but couldn't remember which user you were....
one of my CA favorites!
where is the "bengal" ?I self-published a book on the fundamentals of drawing from life.
October 28th, 2004 #23
October 28th, 2004 #24Registered User
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It looks and feels great, do you work alone if so, how long does it take to make such a thing.
Ya know whats funny. I've read so much mangas in the past that i started reading your comic from right to left and couldn't understand the hell out of it, took me three pages to find out something didn't fit well.My dick isn't small. Its just foreshortened
October 28th, 2004 #25Registered User
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really nice pages, i like them alot
the color is cool and the motion scenes are brilliant. my fav panel is the window-jump, just amazing... and like the others said the movie atmosphere and the whole feeling is very well captured.
natEcheck yourself before you wreck yourself...
October 28th, 2004 #26
You rocks mate !!!
October 29th, 2004 #27
October 29th, 2004 #28
Beatiful work...one problem though on 2nd panel its shown that cops are breaking through door from hallway right into the washroom?...I've never seen hotels that have acces from hallway right into the washroom then into the bedroom or sinks in a living room.I Am Colorophobic
October 29th, 2004 #29
i didn't notice it the first time but after reading Form's post, and looking over it again - i have to agree with him.
seems like there's a good point in knowing french after all"You know - one loves the sunset, when one is so sad..."
October 29th, 2004 #30
hey ornicar! gez fry here, i am also doing a BD with Mathieu I love Smoke City so far & wish you the best of luck with it!
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