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nice..........do u ever ink or color ur stuff?

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Thanks :)

Inking really isn't my thing. I 'inked' (basically just traced the pencils in pen.) some stuff years ago; but, mistakes in pencil are a whole lot easier to correct. ;) I also used to photcopy drawings, and color pencil them; I haven't done any recently though.

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ahh ic....yeah im not tha great of an inker either....but i love coloring...thats my fav

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to color...i use mostly prisma color markers....but then add color pencils and pastels and other junk over to make pop more someti,es.


I actualy have an illustration certificate from the school i go to and had to do a comic for my final project (I talked the teacher into letting me do a comic instead of achildrens book).


I havnt drawn in soooooo long, I want to get back into it and maybe ill post some up........there was a post some where in here tha i posted some scans. dont know if they are still around.

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yeah ive been wanting to get copic markers but they are more expensive than prisma, every year at sdcc i see the copic botth and just want to go crazy and buy every single color. maybe if i get back into it ill invest in the markers.

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It's kind of short notice, but, if anyone is interested, this has been posted on various boards:


Blueline Pro Forums

MySpace Bulletin


Blue Line is sponsoring a Sketch Card Gallery Exhibit

on March 8, 2008 at Comics2Games in Florence,

Kentucky. This show is open to all artists. Blue Line

will send sketch cards for the artist to do their

illustrations and Comics2Games will set up the display

for the event. The Exhibit will be up all day with a

get-together with some of the artists from 5 to 8pm

that evening. Then, after the show, the cards will be

auctioned on eBay with the proceeds donated to the

American Cancer Society.


Cancer has touched the lives and families of so many

artists and writers, faced with fighting this terrible

disease. So, consider taking the time to illustrate a

few cards for a good cause. Blue Line is supplying the

sketch cards for the show and will mail blank cards to

artists upon request to illustrate for this event.


The cards can feature most any characters (including

your own) with some exceptions on licensed properties

such as Star Wars.


For more information to contact Comics2Games at (859)

647-7568 you can contact Jeremy Bell at

jeremyb@comics2cars.com on how you or an artist you

know can participate in the event for this worthy



Pass the word along to all the message boards, groups,

bulletin boards and other outlets you know. Help the

fight against cancer and participate in this sketch

card event!


I'm personally going to be doing some cards myself as

well as ink some cards here and there, so if you want

to pencil one or two for me to ink, just let me know!






You should get a quicker response if your address & # of cards you want to work on (I believe they'll be sent in pks of 6) are in the email.


Star Wars is apparently now fair game <_>

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sweet keep them coming

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Sorry for taking so long...


you do some nice work, have you tried like movie arts, or gijoe, or even anime, i used to draw a lot of comic art, but I'm more in to Visual and Cartoon Arts,
'movie arts'?

I wouldn't mind trying a couple of Joe's eventually, but, right now, I'm just focusing on Star Wars and Marvel characters. Thanks for the comment though:)


JJ, just finished these tonight...


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