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    Quote Originally Posted by Symson View Post
    Dragon Man is taken kevphil. Please check the first post for what is available.

    Would really like to see you do some painted art for this.
    Quasimodo, please! I'll "paint" it, but digitally.

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    Straight Outta a Comic Book [SUPPORTER] Symson's Avatar
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    Quasimodo would like you to be friend kevphil. And says, "Digital paint will be fine to show his digital life."
    Inviting 100 artists to celebrate Kirby and Eisner Centennial Tribute Books

    Joining you in the ABCs of faith - Action, Belief and Confidence

  3. #363
    Quote Originally Posted by Symson View Post
    I concur with VagabondX about your talent Luca.

    Step right up and join the shock troops of Apokolips.

    Also, may I interest you in a side dish of comic noir and get you to do some art for the Eisner Tribute book. Your style is perfect for his characters.
    Thank you Symson! I'll try to my best on this! Depending on free time i really would like to partecipate on Eisner book too, i will see if it's possible. To contacting me directly, there is my mail adress on my portfolio. Heard you soon and thanks again!

    Luca

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    "I saw your drawing on Dropbox. A very well drawn and solid piece.

    I do feel you missed the character. The Silver Surfer gave him a misshapen hunchbacked form. Not a svelte super hero body. He can’t stand up straight in a heroic pose. He also has a surprised look at his exploding hand.

    He can shoot a ray from his eye, not his hand.

    I want everyone to do their best work. This is a tribute book and I cannot use art that doesn't portray the character correctly.

    If you want take another shot at this, here's a link that may help
    https://comicvine.gamespot.com/quasi...5-7230/images/ "



    Howdy from Texas!


    If you actually read the origin story of Quasimodo (a backup, 12-page "filler" story in F.F. Annual #5), you will know that the Silver Surfer enveloped Quasi in a cosmic energy ball that eventually destroyed him. That is what is on his arm and why he is surprised at it. There are a couple drawings where he is standing more or less erect, as in Panel 5, Page 11. Quasi also spent a fair amount of time jumping around on rooftops (a nod, no doubt, to "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" movie).


    I was unaware that he had made a comeback in later books. So I took my inspiration from the work of Jack Kirby, not later iterations of the character, an approach which you admonished contributors to not take.


    I'm sorry you don't like my art, Symson, but I'm not re-drawing anything.


    Have a nice day!


    _kevin
    Last edited by kevphil; 08-10-2017 at 08:48 AM. Reason: syntax

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    ^I do like the art Kevphil. The storytelling falls short.

    Sorry to see you go.
    Inviting 100 artists to celebrate Kirby and Eisner Centennial Tribute Books

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