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Old 10-03-2019, 07:52 PM   #1
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Old 10-03-2019, 10:15 PM   #2
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I like the name midnight task force. And werewolves, lol. Good stuff.
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Thanks Tim
Midnight Task Force is a comic from Madcave studio. A fairly new company with several titles out now.
The werewolf is my idea though.
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Wow! Amazing black & white treatment.
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thanks boss
I have been getting a bit of a method down lately and I have been feeling more satisfied with my rendering.
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thanks boss
I have been getting a bit of a method down lately and I have been feeling more satisfied with my rendering.
I know the feeling as I've been there too. Well, now you found it! Keep it up!
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will do.
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Small detail, but a good detail to include (and this goes for almost everyone here) - when you have your weapon up you never put your finger on the trigger; it’s always outside to maintain control and prevent accidents.
It looks cool and ready in illustrations, but not accurate.

Cool stuff though, look forward to seeing more.
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Good point john. I did weigh this at the time and it seemed too relaxed to move the finger off the trigger. Maybe one or two of the panels it could have worked looking back now. I know it should be safety first but this is comics and we live on the edge.
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Old 10-24-2019, 05:13 PM   #10
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yeah these are all pretty damn awesome i think
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Thank you very much 12013 your thoughts are welcome here.
Coming back and looking at these again after a few weeks yeah they still seem pretty good. They seem even better when I remember that I tried to enter the same contest in 2018 and in two months i could not do three pages of this companies characters that I like at all. In the end I did not even get anything in.
These pages I did in a weeks time. I did already have the main character figured out some what from last year but I remembered the contest with two weeks left. I took a few days deciding if I was going to do it. I had layouts done with one week left. I was working an intermittent job and I can't remember how many of those days I was working. It did not seem hard to get these pages done.
So I have learned a thing or two in the last year and me such and old dog.
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