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Peter Martin
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It's supposed to be the cockpit of a huge mecha!
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Looks good Peter. What are you drawing on? iPad, cintiq?
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Paper for the pencils and inks. Then I scan it into my PC and render/colour with photoshop (for my sins, I use a mouse).
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Whenever you get the means buy a new iPad Pro and use the Procreate app and you wonít look back mate. If youíre accomplishing that with a mouse, imagine what you do with a stylus pen.
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Power Girl

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Here's something I colored on the computer but hoped wouldn't look like it. I really liked the style of this one cartoon show I saw only a few times before it disappeared, it was probably better in Japanese.


(C) 2018 whoever owns Pururun/Pollyester of Kyatsu Ninden Teyande/Samurai Pizza Cats.
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One of my favorite designs for a villain ever (was shocked she never became the major player she should have been); The Silver Banshee.

Initially I tried doing the all black version but that takes a lot of attention to structure and making it look right was difficult so I did a dark grey version as well. That JB could consistently use the blacks and white to define form with only the absence of lines is a testament to his skill. And also why most artists who interpreted her since her introduction cheated a bit like I did.

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I had a go at trying to do a Curt Swan era Superman in my style. I think Iíll try a Neal Adams Batman next.
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It's been a LONG time since I posted anything. So....an old-school vibe to a Beholder.



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Or this.... A dryad. Honestly she is too "human" and not enough creature-esque. But oh well.



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John Popa
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Love that Beholder - those were always my favorite D & D creatures!
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Beholders - Definitely the creepiest monster. Pure malice wrapped up in a meaty disco ball.

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Another...

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Some say that the art of enjoying the art of a beholder lies in the eye of the critic, but I say that the critical eye is beholden to the art of the lie. I think.

Beholders are cool.  


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Messing around on my iPad...


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Last one for awhile....

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Finally found a brush/pen for Clip Studio Paint that works and looks
exactly the same way I doodle in sketchbooks.

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Next...Fan Art of Hellboy.
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