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Steven Queen
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Posted: 11 October 2022 at 4:58pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Wow Peter!  Love it.
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Thanks, Steve!
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Posted: 12 October 2022 at 6:54pm | IP Logged | 3 post reply

Another one from the old sketchbook, which I think may date all the way back to 1993:


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Another great one Peter.  And you claim you're not an penciler!
I see a bit of Clint Eastwood in there. No?

Here's my daily practice.  Yet another generic female face (no reference).  A poor follow up to Clint.  I'm still learning where you are allowed to put lines on a younger person's face.







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I'm participating in Inktober 2022 to continue my journey with dip pens. The prompt for this was Scallop. 
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Nice touch of whimsy in the design of that creature Vishard. I have yet to
venture into dip pens. Hope to see more of your progress! Are you on social
media? Maybe I can see more of your inkTober stuff there?
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Thanks a lot Joe. I also like your drawings. I post my inking progress on Instagram vcc.art22. Dip pens can be pretty unforgiving but because of that it tends to make you more decisive in your line choices. 

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Tarzan Makes an Entrance




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 QUOTE:
And you claim you're not an penciler!

I certainly considered myself a reasonable penciller at one point. It's the inking that I've realised I'm no good at.



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Forgive me Peter, looking back that was Paul Willis that made that claim.

Ink is cruel.
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Not in my sketchbook, nor did I draw it, though I kind of half-conceived it:


I asked an A.I. art app to draw Namor in the style of Arthur Rackham and then I added the text after. 


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Wow some really nice work here by all!
Peter, I recently have been playing around with ai with my own art just for fun. I upload my drawing and it interprets it. Some very interesting results
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