|Sketched out (2B) then Prisma colored Calendar piece.|
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Halloween has had such a cultural hold in the past century that it's rather fun to just look at its heroes. The series Penny Dreadful over on Showtime does a great job of grouping them together. Frankenstein (would you care for a roll in the hay?), the Werewolf, vampires, demons and the playground of the occult. Where children run around getting sweets and everyone can wear whatever mask they desire. This acceptance of costumes has made it's way across other venues. Why some say the masquerade is what's killing comic conventions. I say celebrate cosplay. With your original characters. With classic ones. Carving pumpkins! Summoning the things that crawl in the dark! Any of these scenes $10 off insanely instantly!
One day I staggered on to DeviantArt with a wandering eye and a room to decorate. I was here for prints, commissions and whatnots. While the community is more than helpful, I was left a bit in the cold about how there wasn’t much interaction in the scenes I was trying to create with fellow artists. I was also limited by budget. Every character I added doubled - tripled - the cost. That’s why when I hung up my own commission sign years ago, I put into policy that three characters were included. 3 characters per piece. I wanted scenes possible because while it was what I was looking to buy, it was also what I wanted to build and now I have quite the wondrous portfolio of scene after scene. None of which would have been possible by sticking to the one character code.
3 characters included in every artwork.
$5 for each additional character.
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The incorporation of these themes not only provide a unique attitude to the scenes but verges characters into new territory.
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One of the great aspects of the Back to the Future trilogy is that it addressed the dual nature of dreaming technology. It not only presents retro gadgets of Tomorrowland but also displays the dystopian possibilities of the wrong choices. You go from having this Hill Valley with cars running off pollution to a Hill Valley featuring Tannen's toxic waste reclamation plants. It’s 2015 next year. Let’s make the future strange. Any scene that takes place in a scene within either a utopian (think the Jetsons) or dystopian (think cyberpunk) setting automatically gets this deal.
Let’s make something together. Paige is featured on my return to Commissions graphic. She’s a blank slate. She’s quite available for any adventure and whatever nature they take. The previous sword swinging ginger that was my commission’s graphic was actually a negative reminder. It was a character that I had designed but was never paid. Always recycle, friends, but now is the time for something new. I want to do that with you. Whether it’s building a background or simply putting her in jeopardy, each of these acts will be adding to the mystic of Paige. I haven’t seen anything like that done or, rather, I haven’t seen it lately and I think it would also allow us all to build a neat relationship to how we each add to her.
Disney didn’t endanger any of the Marvel licenses. The epic nature of Guardians has proven that. There was such a vulnerable current that went through all the comic fans when the Mouse took over the House. Well, you can all be at ease finally because it’s been exposed. They care. Even after Iron Man, even after the Avengers, there still was that atmosphere like these characters were in risk. You can all relax now. Make one of the three characters one from Marvel’s catalog and you get instant savings.
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There’s something about battle damage. Sometimes it’s self inflicted. Sometimes it’s from the heat of the conflict. That big reveal of what’s underneath. I’m not sure if I would say that it’s completely sensual as it is curiosity. As a child, my heroes were always bleeding or showing their skin under their costumes. It represented how treacherous their situations were. The actual wearing away of the individual until all that’s left is them until the end. Just a hint of that perilous activity makes any captured moment that much more powerful.