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February 10th, 2006 #40Registered User
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pristine angel man, brings back memories. i remember my bro gettin that card and i stole it for the art. your site is kickass, looking forward to seeing more of your posts
love the lady on the right too, ace anatomy
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I demand large detail pics of these 'cause I know we're missing some mad detail. Fantastic color, costuming and facial design.
February 11th, 2006 #42
February 11th, 2006 #43
Ink it is!
Alrighty, here is some ink! These are interiors from the first two Dripping fang books. I just finished inking the fourth yesterday, and am having so much fun it feels like a crime to get paid to do it!
I pretty much never did inks, out of fear, till just before I started this gig. Basically the inks on my site (Kids books/ B&W) are the first I had ever done. So I still learn new stuff all the time as I fumble my way through it.
The inks are traditional, wish i had the wacom skills to pull them off digitally. All right that is a lie, I am glad i don't have the digi skills to pull them off, cuz if I did my drafting table would never get used! And there is something dangerous about a toothbrush dipped in ink. you know your gonna spatter, but is the spater going to ruin the image?
Yo Casper (a.k.a. Jiffy Jeff Miracola) I didn't know you swam these waters, or I woulda had to join long ago.
BK, Jon, Dan Dos, Irene, I am starting to think y'all were keeping this place a secret from me! Prolly trying to protect me from the time vacuum!
And I know the lovely svelte Jason Felix will pop his head in this thread sooner or later! I saw your book at Tony D's baby. Talk about some groovy B&W! A man of action, that one. And dead sexy in velvet pants.
P.S. I am a yankee, but the 'y'all' came from working retail while going to school in Savannah GA. Never lost it fully.
February 11th, 2006 #44
Ha! and there is my man Felix posting two seconds before I sent my last post.
February 11th, 2006 #45
Damn Scott! Those B&Ws are amazing. So awesome to see you doing more of it. I just dig your use of black so much, you know exactly how much detail to show. You work it like you've been doing it your whole life bro! I'm excited to see this stuff in print. You say a few books are out already? I gotta go find those.
- Jiffy Jeff ;-)
February 11th, 2006 #46
Those inks are beautiful.
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."
February 11th, 2006 #47
Welcome to the boards! Amazing work! Lookin forward to more!
February 11th, 2006 #48Registered User
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February 11th, 2006 #49
February 11th, 2006 #50
thanks so much for showing the ink work, Scott, 'tis marvelous. makes me want to resurrect my sables & india. and ain't it amazing how grazing below the Mason-Dixon line for even a short time can stick with ya?
February 11th, 2006 #51
Holy wow, Scott! Quit being so darn good. Right now, I mean it!
Okay, I guess you can keep being so darn good. Great to see you here! And great to see how the Dripping Fang art is turning out. I am, quite frankly, speechless. 'Cause you're 'da Greatness.
February 11th, 2006 #52
Hey Scott welcome to CA
Great work man.
Love this one.
"FAIL, FAIL AGAIN, FAIL BETTER"