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Steve Horton
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Posted: 28 May 2005 at 12:15am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Is it OK to post work that's not yours? Here's a piece by my artist on GROUNDED ANGEL that I'm particularly proud of. The artist's name is Vivi Erlanita.

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 Anthony castrillo wrote:
really? We need a studio name.
darren,anthony,glenn,scott? What do you think?
MAC

I'm game, so long as it's not an "exclusive" deal-LOL. As for suggestions, I might have hoped something that hinted to our JB connection and origin.

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Darren, how do you feel about inking six issueson spec.?
I'm committed to them(no pay) but i feel strongly about the
material.We could see a good penny on the back end.
Heres the link.
The writer has given me layouts.
Check it out and tell me what you think.
MAC
http://www.ascendantstudios.com/ARTISTS/
ANTHONY_CASTRILLO/PROJECT_SKETCHES/PAGES/

Sure, why not. I'm tying up a few loose ends at my side but I'm sure I'll be able to schedule some time for this.

 

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 Glenn Brown wrote:

Vlad, that Aquaman was bad-assed! I'd like to
see your inks on something of mine someday.



Thanks Glenn, and sure I enjoy collaborating with other artists.

Vlad

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Still working on my Kirby verse poster,and still a few to add,Gerry Turnbull is colouring it up,what do you think guys?

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Here's a couple of pics I did years ago. The Superman figure I inked myself, using a Windsor-Newton brush (also the rocks). Mark Heike did the background.





Hawkman was inked by Rich Faber.

I'll see if I can dig up any X-O Manowar stuff from my days at Valiant...
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Rik! Are you working in comics right now? If not, you should be. Let's work on an Image pitch together! I've got a great idea and need an artist to make it work! smashoutgames@yahoo.com is my e-mail.
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And another Iron Fist...bit more pleased with this one.

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Darren Taylor
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 Rik Levins wrote:
Here's a couple of pics I did years ago. The Superman figure I inked myself, using a Windsor-Newton brush (also the rocks). Mark Heike did the background.

Hawkman was inked by Rich Faber.

I'll see if I can dig up any X-O Manowar stuff from my days at Valiant...

Great work Rik.

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Darren once again love your Iron Fist He's one of those characters that i just love the design of his look which you nail dead on.. I also concur with you about coming up with a name that links to our J.B. connection
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 Anthony J Lombardi wrote:
Darren once again love your Iron Fist He's one of those characters that i just love the design of his look which you nail dead on.. I also concur with you about coming up with a name that links to our J.B. connection

Thanks Anthony and "YEAH!" Iron Fists costume is pretty damn cool!

Relating any -would-be- Studio, where it's origins can be traced to the Byrne-board, would seem common sense. Add to that the fact that we all, to a man are influenced by JB I think it becomes a nessesity

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Darren Taylor
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Here's another thought guys, the whole emerging Studio chat should probably be in a thread of it's own in the Fan Fiction section of the board. Not just simply because it's kinda off topic for this thread but seems a little more appropriate there.

http://www.byrnerobotics.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=6047& amp;PN=1&TPN=1

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Steve: I've been out of comics for ten years, nowadays teaching art at a local university.

Darren: Cool Iron Fist! Looks very Neal Adams-like.

Here's my rendition of the Penguin. Looking at it now, I think I could have done the umbrella better; it's hard to tell what it is. I should have either had it opened, or not as drastically foreshortened....
This one I did my own background, except Mark helped out on the shading lines on the steps


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 Darren Taylor wrote:
Here's another thought guys, the whole emerging Studio chat should probably be in a thread of it's own in the Fan Fiction section of the board. Not just simply because it's kinda off topic for this thread but seems a little more appropriate there.

http://www.byrnerobotics.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=6047& amp; amp;PN=1&TPN=1

Oh right, another thread to follow... :)



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 Rik Levins wrote:
Steve: I've been out of comics for ten years, nowadays teaching art at a local university.

Are you off for the summer? :) Perfect time to do a five-page Image pitch with me.

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 Steve Horton wrote:

Are you off for the summer? :) Perfect time to do a five-page Image pitch with me.



Nope, Full Sail is a year-round school. I get a couple of days around July 4th but my wife usually has enough tasks lined up for me to keep me from getting bored.
Appreciate the offer, but between work and taking night classes in various digital media (one advantage to working at a school, you get to take classes for free), I don't have much time to draw nowadays.
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A shame. The comics industry has lost too many fine talents like you to better-paying, more stable careers.

 

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Rick, I really prefer your own inks, sharp work.

Vlad

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A couple of fresh ones...

For Darren Taylor: the idea was good, but the execution sucks IMO...just working out a new pose...
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Character design for an aborted pitch...
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Darren Taylor
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 Glenn Brown wrote:
A couple of fresh ones...

For Darren Taylor: the idea was good, but the execution sucks IMO...just working out a new pose...

Well regardkess of your opinion Glenn I think the Iron Fist you've done here is really cool! However if you feel you need to do another...far be it from me to dissaude you, I'll just sit back an enjoy the artwork as it comes thorugh dude;-)

 

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Anthony J Lombardi
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Glenn I look forward to seeing your next piece as well
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Darren Taylor
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And where's MAC? Last he wrote he was going out for a sesh at the bar!! That dude's missing some key conversations here;-)

Pipe up MAC!

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Maybe he didn't make it out of Last Call in one piece :)
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Darren Taylor
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 Anthony J Lombardi wrote:
Maybe he didn't make it out of Last Call in one piece :)

LOL...he's been trapped in a rogue "lock-in!" ;-)

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Darren Taylor
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So while developing a first story with "Claymour".I need to design a baddie...here's a development sketch:

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