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    Quote Originally Posted by the black frog View Post
    P.S. - Do not hesitate leaving me a little comment - even if it's not very inspired - it's putting some wood into the fire to keep the machine steaming.
    I do all that for me of course, but I'm doing it a bit for you guys too so we're all in it together on that one

    Take care.

    B.F.
    I'm usually not into this whole styl!istic approach, personal choice really, but in here the storytelling is good enough to keep me coming back. Which should give you an idea ofhow high it's quality is.

    Also keep in mind that after a while, people will run out of ways of telling you it's good. Humanity is only good at complaining really

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    This is so good... really goodddd

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    CRAP!! give me more!! must find out what happens!! lol good job

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    hmmmm, there really ain't anything to comment on, your brush strokes are evident and direct, and they rock big time, the colour is smooth and simple, tho maybe it might be a little bit more sometimes ? or that might take away from the overal feeling...

    anyways, Love what u are doing lately, keep on with the rock songggggg

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    When this is finished, I need to be able to get it in a trade paperback. The comic is great!!!

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    Yeah, I am really loving this story so far, it is really really good!

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    This comic looks so awesome (love the bled out marker styled rendering with heavy ink on top) and is a true pleasure to read. I visit this thread everyday now for my Igor fix. please post more.. and I want to bite your nutsack off if you truly improvise this comic. such a talent!

    love it,

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    Evil > leave my nutsack alone

    You know, when you write a story, there's always a big improvisation phase... That's called brainstorming really, but that's the same thing.

    Usually what you see is the result of a brainstorming, shaped into something final which works, hopefully with no narration or logic flaws. When you're lucky

    What I'm doing is not that different, except I am doing it for you, on the fly.

    I am showing you something that evolves constantly, a detail, or a dialogue at the time. So yes, it's improvised in the sens that I have no idea what will happen in today's 5 pages... but the more I draw this comic, the clearer its world mechanics are in my head.

    Glad you all like it so far.

    Take care

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    Thank you for sharing your process!

    I love the story, your colorscheme, and the stylistic approach. I also like the different colors you're using for the speech bubbles - that makes it easier to follow.

    I'm looking forwards to reading more!

    "The reason why truth is so much stranger than fiction is that there is no requirement for it to be consistent."-Mark Twain

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    Your style reminds me much more on works by Ivo Milazzo ( he is my number one comic artist ), than on the works by Mike Mignola ( who's drawing style I like very much, but not the worlds he is created ). In this speedy work you're showing much more of your outstanding skills.

    But, I really don't know what to say about the story. Hope it will end up in the best possible way for you ( on the first place ) and for us, the audience of this adventure, and, at the end, for Susan Swallow and her mother :o).

    The way of storytelling is excellent and humorous but I know for sure that one must be very careful when playing with hell and demons and that is better to stay out of that. Maybe you think this is much of bullshit, what I'm just writing here ( I don't know which your religious appropriation is ). Anyway, you must be careful...

    We all are very responsible for what we are putting in the heads of other people....

    Maybe I sound confused, because I have not too much time to write right now, but I think you'll understand what I'm trying to tell you. And, sorry for my mistakes in English.

    So, take care, my friend, and think about your life after death.

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    Hey Vladimir.

    I hear you.

    I don't have any idea, or beliefs about what comes after death, if anything comes. This is just a story, I tap into what other people think about what will happen, and make my soup with that. I don't think what has been written before (In one big holly book or another) is bullshit.

    I just don't know.


    So if I say anything distasteful for any of you guys concerning your religion whichever it might be (I'll try to be very broad and unspecific anyway), I mean no arm, this is just one of my "visions of it". You guys still can be right

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    OK Igor. I appreciate your attitude about the religion. You are honest and that is quite all right.

    I really don't want to thwart you in any way.

    I'm just bored with so much artist who are so inspired with that or similar themes ( devil, hell, demons, zombies... ) especially if they are don't religious ( even not a member of satanist sect ). This phenomenon is really indicative....but this is not time and place for such discussions.

    Anyway, hope I'm not disturbing you too much. Forgive me if I am.

    Good luck!

    Hear you.

    Hugs from Serbia!



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    And just my adding to the soup you're making:

    Bring the army of angels leaded by St.Archangel Michael to blow up that bunch of horned bastards and to rescue Susan!

    Yes, it is typical but interesting and very demanding to draw at the same time. So, show us your skills in drawing a massive battle scenes. ;O)

    Best!

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    Well, i'm waiting for the next installment. I don't know if it's been said in the comments, but is there a plan to publish this comic in paper form?

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    This story continues to intrigue, I love checking up on it! It's one of the best comics I've read in recent memory(I don't read many though). One note, the 2nd panel on page 86 is a bit confusing at first, took me a while to realize what I was looking at.

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    guys I need a couple of days to rest... that has been quite tiring... there's only so much a hand can take, doing 2 long shifts a day on a wacom tablet.

    I'll see ya after the week end for the next pages.

    bursac> why do you think I brought her to the 7th legion if it's not to use it

    walnut> no plans for the paper version yet. I'll wait until p.150 to see if I can do something with it

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    Love the art, love the colors, love the story. I'm totally hooked!
    I'll be definitely looking forward to see more of it next week! (after your very deserved rest )

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    I'm continually impressed with the incredible speed at which you complete these without sacrificing quality. Take that well deserved break before those hands fall off.
    The story is incredibly compelling and I hope you publish it so I can own it

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    well, well...looking forward to see what's gonna happen. :o)


    But it's really time to take some rest man ... 5 pages every day for more than two weeks, plus another working shift, is really striking tempo, even it isn't big page format and the style is so loose...

    By the way, I prefer your Stone Monkey graphic novel. Beautiful, so sophisticated anatomy-so rare to see, wonderful camera angles and that old look of the pages...looking forward to see much more of that story.

    Have a nice weekend.

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    This is a really great story you're working on. The spontaneous drawing style is a joy, and the story is becoming even more gripping and entertaining as you go on. I've tried improvising stories a few times myself, so I know how easy it is to screw up, but you're handling this story very well.
    Great character designs as well. The captain of the guard in particular had a fascinating silhouette. I love the demons' eyes. The eternally burning people hanging from the gate was another nice touch.
    My only crit is that the word is "holy" not "holly." I don't normally critique grammar and spelling around here, since it's an art forum, but since your story is dealing with hell and the afterlife, I think that's an important word to get right.
    Great work!

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    mind leavin' some talent for the rest of us? truly genius. But can you juggle?

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    Those where some great 100 pages!
    I will leave your nutsack alone, for now.. tumDUM!

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    reading the whole this has been a true pleasure Igor, really catchy story and the art looks loose and extremely confident.
    Can't wait to see more of the story
    was gunna ask some dumb question but managed to click on your blog's link first hehe so got my awnsers already.
    much respect,
    waiting for the next update

    EDIT:in that quick sketch process video, i see you moving the brack strokes to correct them, how'd you do that?

    ciao!

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    I could not believe the first post, your technique is pure genius, and so unique! Awesome job, my super inspirational friend.

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    You should try fishing. Really, with everyone hooked like that...

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    aaaah! I do quite hope you'll continue this story. Engaging, truly engaging. and the art is beautiful in it's simplicity. I've always been a big fan of your work Igor but I feel as though you have outdone yourself with this one. And all on the fly too.

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    Black Frog, this work is really amazing, all of it, story, drawings... Im really impressed and waiting every day for some new pages... 150 is a promise, no?! would be great to have it in printed form!
    Go on creating... in fact I just registered to tell you this, have been admiring your artwork for a long time now!


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