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Frank Miller about Bruce Timm’s BATMAN

cooketimm:

"What Bruce Timm did was, he took the best of Batman from every period, from Dick Sprang through Neal Adams through to my stuff — everybody’s stuff — and managed to meld it into this almost composite Batman that was really a reminder for anyone who touches the character that Batman is essentially a force for justice — and also a big guy with a big jaw."

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Source: comicbookresources.com

samgilbeyillustrates:

supersonicart:

“KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art.
Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which opens on Saturday, September 6th in San Francisco, California.  Kubrick is responsible for some of the greatest films in history, which leaves plenty of room for contributing artists to draw from.  The work above is by Tracie Ching, Kate Copeland, Epyon5, Bartosz Kosowaski, Sam Gilbey and Guillaume Morellec.
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Huge thanks to supersonic art for including my Dr. Strangelove inspired piece in their preview of Spoke Art’s new show.
samgilbeyillustrates:

supersonicart:

“KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art.
Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which opens on Saturday, September 6th in San Francisco, California.  Kubrick is responsible for some of the greatest films in history, which leaves plenty of room for contributing artists to draw from.  The work above is by Tracie Ching, Kate Copeland, Epyon5, Bartosz Kosowaski, Sam Gilbey and Guillaume Morellec.
Read More

Huge thanks to supersonic art for including my Dr. Strangelove inspired piece in their preview of Spoke Art’s new show.
samgilbeyillustrates:

supersonicart:

“KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art.
Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which opens on Saturday, September 6th in San Francisco, California.  Kubrick is responsible for some of the greatest films in history, which leaves plenty of room for contributing artists to draw from.  The work above is by Tracie Ching, Kate Copeland, Epyon5, Bartosz Kosowaski, Sam Gilbey and Guillaume Morellec.
Read More

Huge thanks to supersonic art for including my Dr. Strangelove inspired piece in their preview of Spoke Art’s new show.
samgilbeyillustrates:

supersonicart:

“KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art.
Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which opens on Saturday, September 6th in San Francisco, California.  Kubrick is responsible for some of the greatest films in history, which leaves plenty of room for contributing artists to draw from.  The work above is by Tracie Ching, Kate Copeland, Epyon5, Bartosz Kosowaski, Sam Gilbey and Guillaume Morellec.
Read More

Huge thanks to supersonic art for including my Dr. Strangelove inspired piece in their preview of Spoke Art’s new show.
samgilbeyillustrates:

supersonicart:

“KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art.
Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which opens on Saturday, September 6th in San Francisco, California.  Kubrick is responsible for some of the greatest films in history, which leaves plenty of room for contributing artists to draw from.  The work above is by Tracie Ching, Kate Copeland, Epyon5, Bartosz Kosowaski, Sam Gilbey and Guillaume Morellec.
Read More

Huge thanks to supersonic art for including my Dr. Strangelove inspired piece in their preview of Spoke Art’s new show.
samgilbeyillustrates:

supersonicart:

“KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art.
Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which opens on Saturday, September 6th in San Francisco, California.  Kubrick is responsible for some of the greatest films in history, which leaves plenty of room for contributing artists to draw from.  The work above is by Tracie Ching, Kate Copeland, Epyon5, Bartosz Kosowaski, Sam Gilbey and Guillaume Morellec.
Read More

Huge thanks to supersonic art for including my Dr. Strangelove inspired piece in their preview of Spoke Art’s new show.

samgilbeyillustrates:

supersonicart:

KUBRICK: An Art Tribute Show to the Films of Stanley Kubrick" at Spoke Art.

Spoke Art will be presenting over 60 artist’s work of art dedicated to Stanley Kubrick in their new show “KUBRICK” which opens on Saturday, September 6th in San Francisco, California.  Kubrick is responsible for some of the greatest films in history, which leaves plenty of room for contributing artists to draw from.  The work above is by Tracie Ching, Kate Copeland, Epyon5, Bartosz Kosowaski, Sam Gilbey and Guillaume Morellec.

Read More

Huge thanks to supersonic art for including my Dr. Strangelove inspired piece in their preview of Spoke Art’s new show.

bryndonovan:

I have worked at Hallmark for about 20 years total and this is probably the best card I have ever written.
bryndonovan:

I have worked at Hallmark for about 20 years total and this is probably the best card I have ever written.

bryndonovan:

I have worked at Hallmark for about 20 years total and this is probably the best card I have ever written.

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anakinskyguy:

cabinboy100:

Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Cards: May the Force Service be with you! (by cabinboy100)
Keep on keepin on~

"You got red on you."

I think that should be “You’ve got Red 5 on you.” =) anakinskyguy:

cabinboy100:

Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Cards: May the Force Service be with you! (by cabinboy100)
Keep on keepin on~

"You got red on you."

I think that should be “You’ve got Red 5 on you.” =) anakinskyguy:

cabinboy100:

Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Cards: May the Force Service be with you! (by cabinboy100)
Keep on keepin on~

"You got red on you."

I think that should be “You’ve got Red 5 on you.” =)

anakinskyguy:

cabinboy100:

Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Cards: May the Force Service be with you! (by cabinboy100)

Keep on keepin on~

"You got red on you."

I think that should be “You’ve got Red 5 on you.” =)

Q

cabinboy100 asked:

Apologies if this is already well-documented in your tumbling, I admit I haven't done a lot of digging for the info. I'm curious about your work setup and practices. I see "drawn in PS" and wonder some dopey things, like… What are the dimensions of the image? WxH ratio? How do you decide? How many PS layers are/were there? How many custom brushes do you use (are they different in shape and size? How much scratch disk space do you need? How large is the saved PSD? Very much dig your work.

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euclase:

I make the image as big as I’d want it to be printed. So maybe ten inches wide with a resolution of 300. Sometimes I make it bigger so that it looks prettier when I shrink it down. But I don’t go too big because then things start to stutter.

I don’t use many layers. I like having one or two. I get confused really easily and am always afraid I’ll draw on the wrong layer.

I use one brush mostly. It’s round and soft, and I change the size as I need to. I sometimes use a rougher brush for different surfaces like metal or fabric.

I don’t know what scratch disk space means. Most of my files are around 25mb. I don’t go much bigger than 100 or 150.

Thanks for the note. :)

Remarkable. = )

Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Cards: May the Force Service be with you! (by cabinboy100)
Keep on keepin on~ Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Cards: May the Force Service be with you! (by cabinboy100)
Keep on keepin on~ Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Cards: May the Force Service be with you! (by cabinboy100)
Keep on keepin on~

Cornetto Wars Trilogy Trading Card: Return Of The King! (by cabinboy100)

May the Force be with you wankers!

A trading card from film number three of the Cornetto Wars Trilogy. Gary King has returned to the planet of his youth to rally his friends to complete a quest left unfinished twenty years earlier: the notorious Kessel Run, a galactic cantina crawl. It begins with an inaugural tankard in The Wretched Hive, then on to The Great Warrior, The Nerf Herder, The Sabered Hands, The Millennium Falcon, The Trusty Droid, The Nien Sisters, The Princess, Old Admiral Ack’s, The Wheezing Father, and Manny Bothan’s Pies & Pints for a measure of the same. All before the last bittersweet pint in that most fateful terminus, The Death Star.

Now, reunions are always accompanied by a bit of shock and surreal deja vu, but after twenty years, things have truly changed in Mos Newton Haven, and before the night is done, the Jedi King and his ragtag Rebel court will be fighting for their lives! It’s a trap!

* Part 3 of a series of fan mashups p-shopped up a year ago for the release of THE WORLD’S END, the third film in the Cornetto Trilogy—*so* much frickin awesome. =)


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