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FaridKarami 10-31-2019 03:08 PM

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Originally Posted by artman (Post 1882851)
Fine work

Thank you so much.

FaridKarami 10-31-2019 03:10 PM

http://s6.picofile.com/file/83768377...1_22_39_40.jpg

artman 10-31-2019 06:29 PM

:thumbs:

FaridKarami 11-09-2019 06:36 PM

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Originally Posted by artman (Post 1882955)
:thumbs:

Thanks!

FaridKarami 11-23-2019 05:33 PM

the layout is from right to left.
http://s6.picofile.com/file/8379423500/1ink.jpg

http://s7.picofile.com/file/8379423526/2ink.jpg

andrew-henry 11-23-2019 11:54 PM

cool work indeed ...man attend cons to reach editors

FaridKarami 11-24-2019 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by andrew-henry (Post 1883147)
cool work indeed ...man attend cons to reach editors

Thank you so much.
Unfortunately, I don't live in the US and I can't attend cons. is there another way to reach the editors? I'd appreciate it if anyone could help me in that regard.

artman 11-25-2019 07:47 AM

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Originally Posted by FaridKarami (Post 1883152)
Thank you so much.
Unfortunately, I don't live in the US and I can't attend cons. is there another way to reach the editors? I'd appreciate it if anyone could help me in that regard.

check submission guidelines for each company. you could try reaching editors through social media. DC will have an artists workshop once a year, it's sort of a contest. Dark horse and Image takes email submissions. Marvel and DC pretty much look at work at cons, they suggest working at smaller companies to get their attention. You either need to be savy at gaining attention to your work through outside means: social media, YouTube, website, success in other media or inside means, contacting editors, artists, non art internships, your brother who's an ex gopher for Joe Quesada. :banana:

FaridKarami 11-25-2019 12:49 PM

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Originally Posted by artman (Post 1883154)
check submission guidelines for each company. you could try reaching editors through social media. DC will have an artists workshop once a year, it's sort of a contest. Dark horse and Image takes email submissions. Marvel and DC pretty much look at work at cons, they suggest working at smaller companies to get their attention. You either need to be savy at gaining attention to your work through outside means: social media, YouTube, website, success in other media or inside means, contacting editors, artists, non art internships, your brother who's an ex gopher for Joe Quesada. :banana:

Great! Thank you so much!

FaridKarami 11-25-2019 01:04 PM

the layout is from right to left.

http://s7.picofile.com/file/8379644676/3ink.jpg

http://s7.picofile.com/file/8379644942/4ink.jpg

MeltedChi 11-25-2019 03:16 PM

These are some really solid pages! You show weight, movement, and drapery very well!

My only thought (and this is very minor) is that the 2 boys without glasses look very similar to one another in terms of design, and if I was shown them without the context of their shirt patterns, I would confuse the two.

Again, really quality work you have here, and it's nice to see how often you are posting, as well.

FaridKarami 11-25-2019 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by MeltedChi (Post 1883164)
These are some really solid pages! You show weight, movement, and drapery very well!

My only thought (and this is very minor) is that the 2 boys without glasses look very similar to one another in terms of design, and if I was shown them without the context of their shirt patterns, I would confuse the two.

Again, really quality work you have here, and it's nice to see how often you are posting, as well.

Thank you so much! yeah, that's a good point. you are totally right. Thanks for your comment.

artsnake 11-25-2019 10:24 PM

These are getting great. You have come a long way in the last while. Solid drawing, well composed and natural poses with some flair.
I would how ever agree with MeltedChi and go further. Your characters look too generic. They all have the same nose. Try to have distinctive head shapes for everyone.There is nothing about them that stand out to me. They are not bad in any way, just not memorable and that is not how to get noticed.
You have impressive skills and you need impressive characters to show them off.
About editors to contact have you seen this? https://jasonthibault.com/definitive...on-guidelines/

FaridKarami 11-26-2019 06:19 AM

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Originally Posted by artsnake (Post 1883169)
These are getting great. You have come a long way in the last while. Solid drawing, well composed and natural poses with some flair.
I would how ever agree with MeltedChi and go further. Your characters look too generic. They all have the same nose. Try to have distinctive head shapes for everyone.There is nothing about them that stand out to me. They are not bad in any way, just not memorable and that is not how to get noticed.
You have impressive skills and you need impressive characters to show them off.
About editors to contact have you seen this? https://jasonthibault.com/definitive...on-guidelines/

Thank you so much. you are right and I'm gonna work on that more. Thanks.

FaridKarami 11-29-2019 04:47 PM

Jackie...

http://s7.picofile.com/file/83800881...0_00_15_52.jpg


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