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    I've read your octopus preview in RHP and I like it very much. It feels like watching a movie. When can I read the whole issue?


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    respect man!

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    dude awesome panels. Love the style, how long does it take for you to finish a page? what comic projects are you working on know? Hope to see you post's some new stuff, your drawings give me more motivation to DRAW....

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    I love the panels, nice colors and storytelling. especially the environments. My only crit is that the inking sometimes takes away from it, or looks sorta blocky/pixelated maybe? That and sometimes theres too many folds/wrinkles in the clothes. But other than that its all really great!
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    Merry X-Mas everyone!

    Dynamike: Thank you! I'm working on it

    Flesheater: Great you like the comic preview so far. Thx! It is great to read you like the 'movie feel' to it because I want to make this comic feel like a movie. Great to see it works ... the first issue should be out summer 2008.

    anticasper: Thank you very much! Thx for stopping by.

    Darkwebslinger: Thx for your comment! Great to know my stuff motivates you to draw! To your questions: I do all the art on my pages myself so: Layout and pencils 1 day, inks a half day and colors from a half to one day. My actual projects are "It came from beneath the sea... again!" and some cover artwork for other Bluewater books. The other stuff I can't talk about yet

    Mr.Delicious: Thank you very much for checking it out! And I appreciate your crits!

    I wish you guys a Merry X-Mas!

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    Don't forget to check out issue #4 of "Tales from the Crypt" which comes out this week! The perfect gift for X-Mas btw...

    Have a great time with your friends and family!

    Chris

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    last one is super!
    nice and clean, reads really well!

    cheers

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    Dig your stuff Chris. But I *adore* those souped up corsair and spitfire concepts!

    best,
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    New year... new stuff...

    Hey everyone!

    I wish you all a happy and successful new year 2008!

    hurricane: Thank you very much! Great you like the last one. I'm thinking about doing more stuff with this kind of 'style'.

    paperX: Thx!

    kev ferrara: Thanks for stopping by! I really dig your stuff and it is great to see you posting bout mine... especially posting you like my stuff hehe. Keep up your great comic work!

    Some news:

    For all German readers of my sketchbook:
    I did a podcast and you can download the episode (13) at Lamonds and Hobies fantastic site here: Checklist-Comicast!
    I'm talking about my comic projects and you already can get some information on my plans about my creator owned project MAYA.

    And as I mentioned earlier I did a painting for the 'Last Man Standing 3' contest. I've sent the final image in this week and I'm looking forward to all other entries! Of course I can't post the image in the sketchbook yet... you will have to wait until the images are posted in the official thread.

    I am working on my current comic project this days and to let you be a part of this fantastic books you can see some new concept art from the books here:

    Captain Pike:
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    BTW: Check out the official forum to "It came from beneath the sea... again!" here: It Came From Beneath The Sea... Again! FORUM!

    Best,

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    haha that sea monster design is sweet, i think it could use a few more tentacles though, cool stuff

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    great stuff!!

    Here's some thoughts though.

    The shirt doesn't really looks convincing. Especially the collar...You might want to simplify it or make it more like a normal shirt (for the readability)

    The tentacle monster looks very good!
    But you might wanna look at this before you take it further.
    http://www.neilblevins.com/cg_educat..._materials.htm


    cheeers!

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    Help fighting cancer!

    Todays images are from some sketchcards I did for the Blueline American Cancer Society auction.

    More information about the auction you can read at:
    Blueline American Cancer Society auction info!

    So go and get them! I bet you allways dreamt about getting the chance to be the owner of a 'Captain Pike' sketch... right? Here is your chance!

    Before I show you the cards some feedback to your posts:

    paperX: Thx! I can't give it more tentacles because the original only had six in the movie. This one is TOP SECRET to talk about but it should have not more than six too I think

    hurricane: Thank you very much. And I totally appreciate your comments on how to make things more convincing!

    Here are the card images:

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    Best,

    Chris

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    New DVDT Cover

    Here are the covers to the German novels "Das Volk Der Tiefe" from issues #10 to #12.

    The first one from each issue is the art without the text and the second from each issue is the cover as it will hit the stands.

    I hope you like the trashy look!?

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    Harryhausen DVD!

    Today's post isn't showing any new art.
    Instead it is showing some good news for every Harryhausen and comic fan!

    My first pages from the comic sequel to the classic horror movie "It Came From Beneath The Sea!" are on the new Ray Harryhausen color DVD (2-disc) version of this movie which came out in January 2008!

    Here is the cover for the DVD. (Click for big version!)

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

    And some more information about the 2-disc DVD:

    Now’s your chance to get Ray Harryhausen’s classic It Came From Beneath the Sea — in COLOR. Personally supervised by Ray, with colorization by West Wing Studios. This edition also includes a restored b&w version of the film.

    It Came From Beneath the Sea was the first of several fruitful collaborations between producer Charles H. Schneer and special-effects wizard Ray Harryhausen. “It” is a giant, six-tentacled octopus, which is galvanized into action by an H-bomb test. Worse still, the monster is highly radioactive, rendering useless the normal means of defense against it. Scientists Donald Curtis and Faith Domergue team with atomic-submarine commander Kenneth Tobey to halt the creature’s progress before it begins to attack major coastal cities. Alas, the monster manages to reach San Francisco, wreaking havoc on the Golden Gate Bridge, the Ferry Building, and Market Street before Tobey figures out a way to destroy it. The stop-motion animation utilized by Harryhausen in It Came From Beneath Sea is convincingly frightening, but before long he’d top this achievement with such superb projects as Earth vs. Flying Saucers and Seventh Voyage of Sinbad.

    Special Features:
    * Feature avaliable in original B&W and color
    * Audio Commentary with Ray Harryhausen
    * Visual Effects Astists Randall William Cook and John Bruno, and Arnold Junert
    * Remembering It Came from beneath The Sea
    * Tim Burton Sits Down with Ray Harryhausen
    * David Schecter on Film Music’s Unsung Hero
    * A Present-Day look at Stop-Motion
    * Digital Sneak Peek of “It Came From Beneath The Sea… Again!” comic book
    * Video Photo Galleries
    * Original Ad Artwork

    Best,

    Chris

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    Last Man Standing 3 - Entry

    Here you can see a bigger version of my 'Last Man Standing' Entry.

    It shows 'MAYA' the main character for a comic series I will working on after my actual projects are finished. I posted a promo image of 'MAYA' earlier in this thread.

    I hope you like the new one.

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    Chris
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