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Here's some of mine, part of a comic book project I'm working on. The first one is a splash page at the inking phase that still need some extension on the bottom to meet the comic book format, while the second is a large panel that still need some pencil (and ink) once I finish cleaning up certain area that are not to my current taste...(these were done years ago)





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Some contributions from me:






A sketch I did for Richnerd, back when he was looking for artists to draw a comic based on a book written by a friend of his:




Beastman, part of a submission I did to Bioware for concept artist position they had:




I no longer work as an artist, taking a break from that career for now. Great Thread guys!



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Well I'm always sketching but never have time to finish any real drawings but here is a partly completed one.




And here is an oil painting I did a couple months back. I never worked with oils before so it was a nice experiment for me.

I showed it to Matt and he gave me some great pointers that I was going to use to fix up the feet and stuff but my step boy wanted it.


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Wow. :applause:

There is enough amazing stuff in this thread to make a CGC Forum sketchbook.

I'd buy that and maybe even get it slabbed.




Then you would you have to buy the TPB so you could see all the art!





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This isn't my art but it is my brothers. Not comic related but still very cool oil on canvas. He's a starving artist and stay at home dad. I help him out when I can and he gives me paintings.


Here's a link to some of his paintings and photos he made for me.


Link to his page








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