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If you ever wanted to see inside "NEVERLAND: The Life and Death of Michael Jackson", the graphic novel by Jim McCarthy and myself, but didn't want to shell out for it or loiter about in Waterstones, heres a link to  a video review on youtube. It's about 16mins long, so you might want to bring sandwiches.

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Trick5t3r Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wow your art is soo cool!
their awesome!
*watches*
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ani110 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013  Student
Your Doctor Who art is simply fantastic!! :clap: :love:

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orabich Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
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AntediluvianWhovian Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi. Would you be interested in collaborating on a Doctor Who fan project? Totally non-commercial, of course, as I've no intention of upsetting the BBC. You'd get points for your effort tho! Please look at [link] for details. Thanks for your time.
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Before-I-Sleep Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday!!! :iconcakepinkplz:
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LilithVallin Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
You are fabulous, absolutely brilliant!
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Kuwaizair Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012
i fight with the kids here. people say "there is no right way" to do art things. but if someone wants to be a professional illustrator, you need that right?

or should all of us let the young teens learn how to shade, have color theroy, have lighting by themself, or by school or other people who are blunt?

because on this site, you can be called a bully for saying "Oh, did you know, you don't shade with black? if you are doing people, try a purple or blue...brown ish color"

it's called "cramping their style" and hindering their creativity.

or should people like me take that clue and ignore anything and I just need a good agent. and not worry about correct perspective, layout and all that jazz?
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BrianAW Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2012
True - but it's less important what something looks like than how it works. It can look like anything you like, as long as it's consistent. Even the Lion King characters are based on correct anatomy - they did the research and adapted the look as they saw fit - but only after doing the hard graft of getting to know how the real animals work. There's a video online somewhere of Disney artists drawing a deer from life, preparing to design Bambi. Times change, computers make it easier to do the research, but here's no getting around the fact that, if you're serious about it, at some point the work/research has to get done:)
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Kuwaizair Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2012
[link] if i drew wolves like this, in a portfolio or resume. i can still be a professional, good artist right? and be super respected too.
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BrianAW Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012
Hey, they look great, good job. You've done your own thing, but followed the "rules" too. (Heads at the front, legs at each corner, etc:)

As for the respect thing, don't worry about it too much. I was talking with some friends about freelancing the other night and we all agreed that we'd had to develop a thick skin to get us through the gazillion rejections we'd all had.
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