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If you haven’t noticed yet, it’s become my mission to let everyone on DeviatArt (and the world!) know how Incredible it is to work for Marvel Comics! It is the BEST job I’ve ever had in my life (and I’ve had some bad ones!)! Anyway, the office here is so cool! There’s stuff everywhere; toys, poster, comic books (stuff I’m sure other places would consider ‘unprofessional’;) However, I always felt that even thought we have Venom soap dispensers the bathroom was a little boring (re: corporate). So one day I came up with this sign to hang up there. Hopefully, it’ll start other people hanging stuff too!

As for the piece itself, it was drawn/inked/colored completely on the computer. So it classifies as ‘green’ artwork because no paper was used (except for the printout obviously!). Plus if the message is delivered it’ll make the world a cleaner place! Yeeah environment!
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So, I hung up the Bullseye piece in the Marvel bathroom (the best place in the world to work! uh...Marvel not their bathroom!) and it got a really great response! So great that I was actually asked to do another one by a VERY high ranking person in the company! So here it is!

So do me a favor, go to Marvel.com & check out all the neat stuff we (I love saying that!) have going on!
Then go out and buy some Marvel stuff, or go see a Marvel movie!
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And keep your eyes open because my artwork my be hanging over a toilet near you!
:spidey:
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I was very moody that night...this is the result...

It is still linked in my journal so I am sure some of you already seen it, but here it is anyway. Night, my very first submission for Raster... :)
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This is my first ever deviation in this category. :O I haven't made plushies since elementary school!

This is a Star Whale. Star Whales are from Doctor Who. Doctor Who is awesome.

I made this for my little brother for his birthday. :3

It also has a green underbelly which you can't see in this photo. :(
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Here's an unused comic strip I did for the Marvel Traded Department Blog.

“Starbuddy” name created by the great, marvelous, kind & gentle Jennifer Grünwald 2006*





*I have to write that or she'll hurt me





((Click download to see it larger!))
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Late night sketch painting/study that I worked on for a bit more this morning. I might scrap this later since it's really just a study.

Lately, it feels I rarely just let my mind wander and draw whatever. I tried that this time and got this. Guess the last painting was just too colorful for me, hehe. :)

It wasn't even meant to be Spectros, but it turned into him early on. Subconscious? He's missing his horns here.
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I think we all know a Deviant like this. Photo way too dark, so-so composition, whole thing covered in watermarks, and the resolution is positively miniscule. And yet the person who point-and-clicked the shot still spends a paragraph and a half on a caps-locky rant bawling out their viewers as if every single one of them is just itching to steal the shitty photo and get famous off it.

Never mind that actual thieves could give two shits about your rules, however aggressively you word them. All your shrieking and hysteria can do in the long run is scare away honest fans who would never in a million years do you wrong.

And of course, never mind the fact that some of the rules are downright unenforceable (HURF DURF NO SAVING TO THE HARD DRIVE).

Still, if you point any of this out to the artist, no matter how politely, you had better be wearing a pair of asbestos underpants, because you're in for the flaming of a lifetime.

Especially if the artist posts a "call-out" in her journal linking to your page no fewer than three times and basically begging all of her friends and fans to nerd-rush your page and call you names for daring to challenge her right to protect her own intellectual property.

DA: Come for the wank, stay for the porn.
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So I'm sitting here in Denver International Airport a lil bored and decided to work on my next piece (and crank out more than one image per year finally)
From the Secret Invasion storyline, I decided to rework an image used by Steve McNiven and here it is. Hopefully if my flight gets delayed any further I'll have more to post tonight.

*edit*
update, working on the body and background now, had to switch to Painter cause Photoshop keeps crashing on this image for some reason

ps...drawing all these webs are a b***h!
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This is something I did because I saw Adam Walmsley post a really cool entry for a 10 ton studio sketch challenge. I've never entered it before and decided to submit something because Charles P Wilson III is such a nice guy and his artwork is so spectacular, I just wanted to let them know how much I enjoyed their book and how it's inspiring artists all over the place.

Problem with the 10ton studio sketch is that you can't use computer. If you know me, then you know I don't even use paper anymore! I draw EVERYTHING in Photoshop.

Anyway,
Thanks Charles & Adam.
Visit their deviant pages:
Adam: [link]

CPW3: [link]

Here's what my sketch looked like without Photoshop
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PS: I know somewhere Adam Walmsley is laughing at how bad I screwed up trying to enter that challenge.
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I was cleaning up my studio and I found a few old prints from school that I never posted. For this one, we were given the theme of scientology to work with. I had to do an edition of 25, so it had to be pretty simple. I had fun with it. I really miss printmaking.
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