Kings Club Chapter 1 La Vendetta PG003

posted 26th Jul 2017, 6:59 PM

Kings Club Chapter 1 La Vendetta PG003
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26th Jul 2017, 6:59 PM

AmeliaP

NOTE. cugine: a young soldier striving to be made.
Ladies and gentlemen, you are so awesome I'm uploading more one time today. Double upload! Thank you!
Ladies and gentlemen, you are so awesome I'm uploading more one time today. Double upload! Thank you!

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view Darkwes's profile

26th Jul 2017, 7:23 PM

Darkwes

Can't say I like the plot since I didn't saw much, but the art quality is insane.

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view AmeliaP's profile

26th Jul 2017, 9:44 PM

AmeliaP

Thank you, Darkwes!

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view TotalDecadence's profile

26th Jul 2017, 11:53 PM

TotalDecadence

Just my kind of setting, along with incredible art.
Very eager to see where this goes!

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view AmeliaP's profile

27th Jul 2017, 12:24 AM

AmeliaP

Thank you!I hope do not disappoint through it.

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view joeyballast's profile

5th Nov 2017, 5:09 PM

joeyballast

Man, footnotes are so handy.

He's got a point. It's a tad difficult to respect someone dressed in a short skirt and a long jacket.

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view AmeliaP's profile

5th Nov 2017, 9:13 PM

AmeliaP

A Gossip Girl character dressing XD I agree! It's hard to respect them like that.

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6th Dec 2017, 11:53 PM

chris-tar

You should sell you art talent in liquid form or pills on ebay. I would buy them because I need more art talent. Lol

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view AmeliaP's profile

7th Dec 2017, 12:44 AM

AmeliaP

But your art is so good o__o And I saw you put a lot of effort in your comics. (your character Brock Trueblood has an amazing expression!)
What are your favorite artists from the industry? (so I can have an idea of your expectations about your own art :))

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7th Dec 2017, 1:22 AM

chris-tar

John Buscema & Ernie Chan (Savage Sword of Conan), Frank Frazetta (World Famous Painter), Jim Starlin (Dreadstar), Tatsunoko Production (Creators of Gatchaman my Favorite Childhood Cartoon) just to name some of the top of my head.

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7th Dec 2017, 1:24 PM

AmeliaP

You like the classics! Me too! And I can see a taste for a strong brush and ink in your favorite artists' techniques. Perhaps if they inspire you to some degree, you can try to use more "analogical" ways to draw. I mean, trying brush and ink in a paper can help you to identify the logic behind their techniques and create your own (and focus on one technique. it takes time to develop, so it's better to concentrate as soon as possible when you find your favorite way to draw.).

You're a digital artist like me, so I understand it can be boring to use "analogical" stuff to draw (because we, digital artists, spend $2000 with a Wacom to draw in a screen to simulate a paper and a pencil XD). But you have to follow your eye and what excites you when you're seeing a drawing. You know, if you don't like the process, it'll be hard to keep the consistency of training. Pick something you're into.

Taking my visual choice in KC as an example. I love the Golden Age style and pulp neo noir. So I dived into the artists who belong to one of those two categories and the artists who belong to the two categories at the same time. I saw how they managed to create a fresh style of the Golden Age and when I understood the logic behind it, it was easier to pick a style for KC.
The last thing, we are comic book artists, so the visual storytelling is a visual choice as well :)

Hahaha, me and my wall of text! Sorry for that, man XD

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7th Dec 2017, 2:51 PM

chris-tar

No offense but you seem like one of those rare women that is into all of the stuff the guys are into, like a tom boy. That is cool. And you do not come off as a feminist either Thank God.

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8th Dec 2017, 12:29 AM

AmeliaP

I'm definitely not like a tomboy! :D But I know what you meant. It's pretty hard to see women drawing and rarer to see a woman as a game designer. BUT, I meet a lot of sisters here in CF (artists and gamers) :)
Feminists, I really understand their point, but I prefer to see every human being as... a human being. I know, there is injustice all over the world, more in some places than others, and someone has to scream to be heard. I appreciate what the feminists do. But, I'm that kind who prefers to be in a pacific movement than be a rioter. Mwahuahauha, I know, I know, it's pretty weird coming from a "crime genre author" ^^

P.S.: That previous wall of text answer was a technical talking. Sorry for that boring stuff XD Talk about techniques and process can be a pain in the neck.

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8th Dec 2017, 1:10 AM

chris-tar

This may ruin things, but I really have to say that as a white man, I feel like I have been mistreated quite a bit in my life by non whites and feminists. Furthermore, I believe that millions of white males have lost their careers and dreams to "affirmative action" which is the most racist practice ever devised in my opinion. I believe that people should only be hired based on their qualifications and merit, not because of their sex and race. I feel that a lot of the anger feminists have is misguided and unfair, even irrational, because I believe that women have actually had more opportunities in some ways then men have for a long time now, and on a non-corporate level, get paid just as much if not more than men. There is nothing stopping women from starting their own businesses, or comics, and becoming millionaires if they want. I have never personally tried to hinder or prevent anybody from succeeding in life, and yet I feel like their is a lot of hostility towards me in public because of my sex and skin color.

Having said that, I do see you as a unique human being, and I apologize for imagining you as a tom boy which I can see now may have been some kind of sexist generalization since women can be every bit as smart and talented as men.

Ughh. Looks like I blew it again...
well take care I guess.

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view AmeliaP's profile

8th Dec 2017, 4:02 PM

AmeliaP

I understand your point.

"I believe that people should only be hired based on their qualifications and merit"
Yeah! Let's build a better world with this thought!

"Having said that, I do see you as a unique human being, and I apologize for imagining you as a tom boy"

Don't worry! I'm not offended by this. ^^
To be honest, I was more concentrated on our technical talking about art and style :D

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8th Dec 2017, 5:03 PM

chris-tar

If this means we can still be friends, and you do not see me as a chauvinist male pig or "toxic masculine" etc
Then I am very relieved!

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view AmeliaP's profile

8th Dec 2017, 7:38 PM

AmeliaP

Of course we can be friends :D

"you do not see me as a chauvinist male pig or "toxic masculine" "

You a kind person and I sorry you experienced the rage of the minority (and for nothing) just because you're a white male. Everybody deserves to be respected, minority or in a "power position".
And, at the end of the day, we are all artists, all creators. We're buddies!

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8th Dec 2017, 8:44 PM

chris-tar

Oh thank God.
hallelujah.

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view Merman83's profile

16th Feb 2018, 2:20 PM

Merman83

No way!!! Buscema is my favorite! Although I never liked Ernie Chan's inks, :p Frazetta of course, was God. And I loved Gatchaman, too! Although when I watched it it was called Battle of the Planets.

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view Merman83's profile

16th Feb 2018, 2:24 PM

Merman83

I'm really loving the look of this comic! Awesome. Reminds me of some of my favorite artists from my favorite period: the '70s!

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view AmeliaP's profile

16th Feb 2018, 2:49 PM

AmeliaP

Thank you :D
I admit I work on this style based in pulp comics and Golden Age, and comics from 70's were in my research too.

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view ProfEtheric's profile

5th Oct 2018, 7:28 AM

ProfEtheric

Okay, commenting as I go, but you have already hooked me. :)

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