The Ol' Grab 'n Stab

posted 17th Jun 2014, 3:35 PM

The Ol' Grab 'n Stab
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17th Jun 2014, 3:35 PM

Sleeper

My progress has been good in terms of expanding my buffer. So enjoy a mid-week bonus page.

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17th Jun 2014, 6:43 PM

HeSerpenty

"The ol' Grab n Stab"... yuuup it's a classic! Had to use it on my way to the mail box this morning >_>

Haha jk. This is a great lil action sequence! Man that jaguar didn't stand a chance! :O. Also I like how you portray dense jungle foliage!

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17th Jun 2014, 7:18 PM

Sleeper

Thanks. I learned a lot from doing this one. I did a little happy dance when I found that foliage material in MS5

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25th Jun 2014, 12:58 PM

bemily

lol the title of this page...

in your last page, it looked like in the last panel you may have used a reference image for the jaguar (or you just know your jaguars really well). the jaguar at the top of this page looks like pelt already. otherwise, your other renderings of the jaguar are nice.

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25th Jun 2014, 2:57 PM

Sleeper

Yeah, i couldn't find a good reference to use for the top frame. I'm not much for actual art so I have to rely pretty heavily on reference images.

Thanks for stopping by.

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20th Sep 2014, 1:43 PM

Breck

So I think this may be the first comic book action sequence that I've read that has actually made complete sense to read. So often they are just disjointed pictures of burly men punching each other, with no frame-to-frame coherency. Well done.

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21st Sep 2014, 2:11 AM

Sleeper

Thanks! I'm doing my best to capture moments without dragging them out too much. I'd love to give him the eight page spreads he deserves. But seriously, ain't nobody got time for that.

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