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December 12, 2011 @ 11:37 pm

A quick big ups to the sensational plan b cover artist Ericka Lugo. I’m always excited to see what she comes up with. Brilliant equal parts composition and style. Can’t wait to work with her again one day… if I can still afford her. Check it!

Hey peoples! SO this is a style I like to use for flashbacks, All of chapter 2 looks like this of course but since then I’ve learned some new tricks. It’s almost more difficult to make something look this bad than it is to made it look beautiful. Anyway, I hope it’s the right amount of fucked up.

Some things to check out. Bioshock is one of my favorite things. Not games, things. So imagine my surprise when I found a podcast of Ken Levine and Guillermo del toro conversing about story telling. Love these guys. Not to miss if you’re into storytelling of any kind. BOOSH!

Episode 2 of Black Mirror has surfaced from the murky depths. I can’t say enough good things about this series. If you didn’t see the 1st ep it’s cool they’re related only in theme. This has what might be the most realistic depiction of the future I’ve ever seen. Steal it HERE

I fucking love this song… obsessed!


Out of curiosity, did you start off doing it normally, then change it afterwards, or did you go straight into doing it like this?

Straight in. The flatting process is relatively the same but everything else in the coloring process is completely different. All my flashbacks look kind of like this.

Do you have some filter that automatically takes a drawing and renders it as if it were done in three-color newsprint slightly offset from the lines?

Louisville has added bunches of River Birches and some Paperbarks down by the Ohio in their dnpvloeieg River Walk area. I am a huge lover of each. That Sangu Kaku, by the way, is about as large as any I have seen. I’ve planted scads of those and their color in slightly more moderate climates is red beyond the imagination like a flame. Great post. It is so cool to see the various barks described here, thanks.I’ve been watching that maple grow since it was first planted in 1999. It’s almost 15 tall now and a redhead! Happy to bark about bark!

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