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    Oh my lord these are beautiful. There is so much life behind each of the figures. And the coloring is delicious.
    wow.
    paft.yaiekes!.
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    I like your style. The detailing is quite nice and the colors accurately reflect the time period and mesh so well with the line work.
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    Interesting designs, Very nice signature to your style. Reminds me of the 70's.

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    Thank you all for the kind replies.

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    Nice work, has a great fashion design feel :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Lichi View Post
    Nice work, has a great fashion design feel :)
    Thanks. I guess it's because the clothes are what always hints at a period more than anything else so there needs to be that extra attention to what they're wearing.

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    Really cool! Looks a lot like those 70's Dracula comics, only with a dash of Paul Pope. Is this just a teaser, with actual comics to be shown later?

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    Thanks! They're character concept art pieces that are part of an attempt to pitch a graphic novel adaptation of the classic series from the 60's 'dark Shadows'. So far I've had no luck. But it's still early days.

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    Default Dark Shadows Poster (Rough Draft)



    For larger view: http://fc06.deviantart.net/fs71/f/20...as-d4vr4j2.jpg

    Here's a rough draft of an illustrated Dark Shadows movie poster. I REALLY hope I get time to complete this.
    But of course I probably won't be getting out of the office before 9pm for the next four days.
    Business as usual... I'll have to do all-nighters. I refuse to let this one slip.

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    Πολύ ωραία σχέδια!

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    Default Dark Shadows Contest: My Barnabas Collins portrait



    I submitted this last night to the Dark Shadows contest over on: Deviantart

    This is a portrait of my favorite shot from the trailer, where the family checks out their abandoned cannery.
    I chose to do everyone because I love how Barnabas awkwardly stands out from the rest of his predominantly blonde family.
    The color palette of primary colours is inspired by the vintage cartoony logo of Angelique's rival cannery (seen in the trailer).

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