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    Man Mountain [SUPPORTER] scmarooney's Avatar
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    MarooneyTOONS

    I guess I'll start one of these blog threads too . I would appreciate any comments on, or critiques of, any of my work in this thread. Right now I am still mostly about 90% "analog", and about 10% digital with my illustrations. I haven't quite figured out the digital coloring-thing yet, but hope to in the near future .

    Here is a drawing I finished a couple days ago for a contest here at PencilJack:


    Thanks for looking!
    -Sean

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    Here's a few Superman sketches that show my current work flow:
    rough sketch:

    second sketch:

    Finished Inks:

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    .....and the finished Superman drawing (colored by hand with acrylic paints and colored pencils):

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    There is an intangible involved in coloring by hand vs digital , Its very hard to place as both are compared so much against eachother as to which is best . I for one like what you got going with the old school tools man

    For example I would take Lynne Varley over any of the digital colorists today ( Veritable Norman Rockwell of comic coloring that one is )
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    Nice work--thank you for sharing-
    Thanks so much for this. I appreciate the effort. It really helps a lot.
    Glad to hear you're using this: I plan to keep it much more aggressively up-to-date than has been the case in the past, but don't hesitate to let me know if you find errors or need clarifications.

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    Thanks for the feedback, Thordad!
    Here's a few sequential pages I did for a contest on another website a month or so back. Don't remember the script too much, think it had something to do with bountyhunters?


    thanks for looking!
    -Sean

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    A few more from the same project:


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    last of the page of this bunch. Think I tried to fake my way through curvilinear-perspective on this one (LOL, don't look too close...)

    Thanks for looking!
    -Sean

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    Here's a fairly recent Sci-Fi thing. Its a little bit Iliad and a little bit transformers. It was drawn and painted in watercolors on a spare chunk of artboard.

    Thanks for looking!
    -Sean
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    Here's another sequential for a Blue-Line contest over on their message boards. Got the feeling that they weren't really pleased with any of the entries, though.
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