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Another sketch from lookbook. Grunge as fuck. #inksketch #art #makeart #inking #brushesonly #ink #fashion #fashionsketch #grunge #sketch #generationx

This is a piece I put together for my Digital Literacy class. I took some photo reference of my own fist. Everything was done in Manga Studio EX5. The text is a Tim Sale Brush Comic Craft font I purchased during their winter sale, I tweaked it quite a bit, and added some splatter for effect. Not the most complicated piece, but fun!


"From Russia With Love" movie poster I put together this week.

It’s been a while since I posted my “Dr.No” poster, but I’m still committed to finishing a poster for ALL of the bond films.

This was a tricky one. It’s my favorite Bond film and I found it difficult to capture my enthusiasm. After scrapping my first attempt, I decided to go with a concept that was more subdued, something simple. I used cool grey’s, an old photo, and an unloaded gun to capture the “cold war”. I took the typography from an original From Russia With love poster. I wanted the text to “pop”, so it’s rendered with the only warm colors on the poster.

I created a two-point perspective grid. I wanted all the elements laid out, as if on M’s desk. I then manipulated the images and title text to fall on my perspective grid.    

Finally, I found a high-res map of soviet Moscow, tweaked it to suit my needs. Then I laid that out on the grid as well. 

Honestly, I’m still not super-happy with the piece, but it was a very educational experience, and I’m looking forward to doing more of these. 

Booty shorts. #inksketch #fashion #fashionsketch #art #sketch #inking #cartooning #doodle #artistsoninstagram

I’ve been studying a lot of Darwyn Cooke, but then I sit down to draw and it comes out looking like Tradd Moore…Go figure #sketch #inksketch #doodle #inking #fashion #brushesonly #art #sunglasses

Moving in, the bookshelf is coming together.

Matthew: It is most certainly an intentional device on my part. It’s color theory, and studying it makes doing my job so much easier. Knowing how to choose colors that will do what you want them to do, to direct a reader’s eye, to frame a scene, or elicit a certain response is crucial to good coloring. Good color theory can even make up for other shortcomings, like being inexperienced at rendering (adding textures, highlights and shadows to define form).

The biggest mistake I often see in aspiring colorists’ portfolios is their focus on rendering before they have a good grasp of color theory. I went to art school and majored in “Sequential Art”, which is a fancy name for a degree in comics. (I think it’s to get parents of perspective students in the door. If you called it majoring in comic books they’d probably never let the kids anywhere near the school.) Of course, I took a color theory class as part of my foundation classes, and then as required by my major, I took a “computer coloring for comics” class.

I don’t remember the exact number of assignments, but we weren’t allowed to do anything but color completely flat for the majority of the class. The professor wanted us to be able to tell a story using only flat colors. So, without the aid of lighting or texture or gradients, you had to choose your single flat color for each background, or each face, very wisely to get the most out of your choice. I remember I practiced on a lot of Mignola Hellboy pages and studied a lot of Dave Stewart’s flat colors on that book.

Anyway, the point is that the importance of color choice was made very clear to me when I first started coloring comics on the computer. Looking back, it was important to limit myself in a program that had limitless colors and tools to distract a novice colorist.

Matt Wilson interviewed about his colouring techniques. Go read the rest but this bit strikes me as particularly wise. (via kierongillen)

One of the best interviews with a comics pro I’ve read in quite some time!

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I was bored and watching It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia when Lucille from The Walking Dead showed up! So yeah, I made this…

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(x)

in case you didnt know whats going on in Arizona right now… “We had no idea that gays had money and bought things just like regular people do.”

"Arizona!!  Careful, Arizona, you turn history back too far, you’ll go back to being that weird patch between New Mexico and California that no one wants to talk about.  Which really isn’t that big a change, is it?" - Jon Stewart

We don’t eat food. We absorb our energy, which we call “Fabulose”, from rainbows. We don’t need it often because the gay organ, which is where the appendix is, stores a surplus.


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(x)

in case you didnt know whats going on in Arizona right now… “We had no idea that gays had money and bought things just like regular people do.”

"Arizona!!  Careful, Arizona, you turn history back too far, you’ll go back to being that weird patch between New Mexico and California that no one wants to talk about.  Which really isn’t that big a change, is it?" - Jon Stewart

We don’t eat food. We absorb our energy, which we call “Fabulose”, from rainbows. We don’t need it often because the gay organ, which is where the appendix is, stores a surplus.


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xchloechristine:

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(x)

in case you didnt know whats going on in Arizona right now… “We had no idea that gays had money and bought things just like regular people do.”

"Arizona!!  Careful, Arizona, you turn history back too far, you’ll go back to being that weird patch between New Mexico and California that no one wants to talk about.  Which really isn’t that big a change, is it?" - Jon Stewart

We don’t eat food. We absorb our energy, which we call “Fabulose”, from rainbows. We don’t need it often because the gay organ, which is where the appendix is, stores a surplus.


Seriously?!

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(x)

in case you didnt know whats going on in Arizona right now… “We had no idea that gays had money and bought things just like regular people do.”

"Arizona!!  Careful, Arizona, you turn history back too far, you’ll go back to being that weird patch between New Mexico and California that no one wants to talk about.  Which really isn’t that big a change, is it?" - Jon Stewart

We don’t eat food. We absorb our energy, which we call “Fabulose”, from rainbows. We don’t need it often because the gay organ, which is where the appendix is, stores a surplus.

Seriously?!

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Goth-ish girl. #fashion #goth #skirt #mywholelifeisadarkroom #sketch #inksketch #art #doodle #inking #pocketbrushpen

"DR.NO" movie poster I did this morning. When I got the Bond box set I though it might be fun to design slightly abstract or minimalist posters for each film. Who knows if I’ll really get through all the Bond films, but I think it will be good practice. I’m hoping it will increase my knowledge of Manga Studio and hone my design sensibilities. 

So here’s the first poster, This was done in Manga Studio 5EX. I created all the elements as separate files and them combined them. When I began this I used a screenshot of Sean Connery, but no matter how much I tweaked it, it just didn’t look right. I ended up tracing the photo with blue pencil, and then inking it freehand. This also allowed me to tweak the lighting a bit, and lose the cigarette that he was smoking in the original photo. I used another screenshot of the opening credits so I could pull colors with the eye dropper. All the circles were made using a grid and the handy dandy “snap to grid” feature.

I had a lot of fun doing this. It reminded me of how much I used to draw movie posters when I was a kid. I don’t really know why I stopped, but now that I’ve started again, I’m really looking forward to doing more of these.  

emergentfutures:

Computers are providing solutions to math problems that we can’t check

Good news! A computer has solved the longstanding Erdős discrepancy problem! Trouble is, we have no idea what it’s talking about — because the solution, which is as long as all of Wikipedia’s pages combined, is far too voluminous for us puny humans to confirm.

A few years ago, the mathematician Steven Strogatz predicted that it wouldn’t be too much longer before computer-assisted solutions to math problems will be beyond human comprehension. Well, we’re pretty much there. In this case, it’s an answer produced by a computer that was hammering away at the Erdős discrepancy problem.

Full Story: Io9

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Reblog and win my WATERCOLOR BRUSHES FOR PHOTOSHOP! Three winners will be chosen at random. 

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Here is some art from Pretty Deadly #5 shared in this incredible interview with Sister Kraken at Toucan that is totally worth a read and a re-read.

Part 1

Part 2

From Part II: 

What advice would you give for any woman—or man—who wants to break into comics?

Kelly Sue: Make comics. I think a mistake that people make is they think they need to work on getting hired. Don’t work on getting hired, make comics. Making comics will get you hired. There’s that Devin Grayson quote about breaking into comics is like breaking into Fort Knox. Once they find out how you did it they make sure no one can get in that way again.

The way I came up was through a message board. I told you I have like three or four different breaking into comic stories because my first paid job in comics [was writing reviews], and I then I have my first work writing the English adaptations of Japanese and Korean comics, and then I have my first co-writing gig, and then I have my first “big two” job, and then I have my first creator-owned book. And for all of those I had to break in sort of differently. The Internet is a wildly different place than it was at the time when I was coming up, and trying to copy that career trajectory is not going to work for you.

When I got the gig with Steve Niles co-writing 30 Days of Night: Eben & Stella, Steve was familiar with my writing because we’d sent stories and things back and forth to one another because we knew each other from message boards. …

Learn your craft, that’s first and foremost. Then get involved in communities of people, like the very active Tumblr community; these people are forming friendships that remind me of the friendships that we formed on the WEF. Those people [I met on the Warren Ellis Forum] are now my colleagues.

- See more at: http://www.comic-con.org/toucan/kelly-sue-deconnick-part-2-pretty-deadly#sthash.yb0v4j3l.dpuf

"What advice would you give for any woman—or man—who wants to break into comics?

Kelly Sue: Make comics. " …Best advice ever. Now we can all stop asking and start focusing on what is important. This is something that I(and many others) should take to heart.