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Thread: Chris Noeth's SKETCHBOOK - Update: APR 23/2015

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    cool stuff


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    Really good covers mate!
    Ciao
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    Nice Covers they have sort of classic feel to them
    Very cool
    Ohh and bro I did the punisher thing that you wanted, just updated like a few minutes ago so hit it up when you get a moment
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    dude im back! that maya pic is Awesome with a capital A i really like the colours in the maddrax colour series as well...i agree with jedininjaman's comment about them having a classic feel...i think the colours balance out much more nicely than usual in those...great improvement man!! keep working hard..im gonna check out that vid now
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    Alpha Bettie - first 5 pages!

    Grandmassa Mr. Spect: Thanks for stopping by. Great you like my Crypt work. Let me know how you like the story please.

    OldNoobie: Cool comment! Thx.

    Dreamworker: Thx again man!

    jedininjaman: Thank you very much. The 'old' and 'classic' feel was something Bastei wanted to see for this covers. Great to see it works.

    paperX: Thank you! It is good to read you like my Maya preview. I have big plans with this story ... oh btw: is the video still working and how do you like it?

    Now to Alpha Bettie:

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    Here is a short description what it is about:

    The story is written by former IDW editor Dan Taylor. The year is 2053. Lieutenant Bettie Swift is an officer and fighter pilot with the United Solar Fleet serving aboard the U.S.S. Patriot. She is a member of the Alpha Squad (hence the name Alpha Bettie). She’s a firecracer, but an ace fighter pilot.

    The project is on a hold for now because of my other projects I'm working on. It's open when and with who the project will launch with but you already can get a five page sneak peek of our sci-fi work in progress here. The pages shown here are finished for quite a while now. Please keep in mind the pages are older than my other comic projects like 'Tales from the Crypt' or my new project 'It came from beneath the sea... again!'. Art (everything from layout to colors) is 100% done by me.

    Let me know how you like them.

    Here they are...

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    Best,

    Chris
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    Great work Chris.. I love your environments.. really adds to the credibility of your story.
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    Intercomic 62!

    Staz: Thank you very much for stopping by. It's great you like it!!

    Todays post is a short one without new art. Instead I have some news for all German readers of this thread:

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    I will be at the German convention 'Intercomic' in Cologne on next Saturday (November 3). I will sign my work for the MADDRAX spinoff series 'Das Volk der Tiefe' from 11 to 13 o'clock. I will be at the con a little longer.

    More information about this comic con you can read in a German forum here:
    German Forum Thread about the 62. Intercomic convention!

    It would be great to meet you there!

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    I like the sketch style of your panels. Alpha Bettie looks like a lot of fun.

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    Freaking awesome work. I love the Mars Attacks and Star Trek stuff...
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    I have waited so long to read some of the alpha bettie stuff and now i missed this first pages
    I like it very much. Great sci-fi feeling to it.
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    Quite awesome work.
    I read your article in Gamestar/dev last month. Thank you so much. I like it to have tutorials printed 'cause you can read them whereever you are etc.
    Nice style. Hope to read more from you.
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    Intercomic 62

    First I have to thank all you guys who visited me at the 62. Intercomic in Cologne. It was great!

    Here are two pics I've got from the Con:

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    ... and on to the last posts:

    Dynamike: Alpha Bettie is a lot of fun, but it will take some time before this project will see print because of my other comic projects which have prio1. Thank you!

    PredatrHuntr: Thank you very much! I love Predator btw. The first movie with Arnold is awesome. I remember in the late eigties I dreamt about drawing a Predator comic someday. Today there are so much comic books and also sequel movies of this character I lost my interest in it. It isn't about the man vs. monster anymore. But looking at your sketchbook is very inspiring and remembering this time made me interested again. Thx!

    Flesheater: Thank you! Great you are looking forward to Bettie. And it is good to read you like what you see here

    Maxerateur: Welcome on board! Thx for your comment! Great to hear you like my GameStar/dev article. Watch out for my new one which should be out this days. It's a 'Making Of' of one of my novel-covers to 'Maddrax-Das Volk der Tiefe'. I think you will like the new one too. Thx again!

    CU all soon!

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    Con Sketches

    ... and if you want to know what I'm doing in the last picture...

    I did some con sketches like this one:

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    Can you see this is a 'self portrait'? hehe

    Best,

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