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Christian Major
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My Bio
I do comics pencils and inking, painting, tailoring and fashion design.
And maybe I don't look like it here, but I'm 31. I'm well-preserved.

Current Residence: Montréal, Canada
deviantWEAR sizing preference: M
Favourite genre of music: Synthpop, Industrial, Hard Rock, Glee soundtracks
Favourite style of art: Digital painting and comics
Operating System: WinXP SP3
MP3 player of choice: Samsung T10
Favourite cartoon character: Dethklok
Personal Quote: "Don't rush things in life: you ain't making it out of here alive anyway"

Favourite Visual Artist
The UDON crew are my gods. But as otherwise claimed.... don't do faves :)
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Colony 5, VNV Nation, Aesthetic Perfection, Placebo, Depeche Mode, The Cure
Favourite Writers
Ed Brubaker; Neil Gaiman.
Favourite Games
Left 4 Dead 2, Mass Effect, Dragon Age: Origins, Portal
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Pencil-and-ink; Photoshop; Poser; Google SketchUp
Other Interests
Fashion, writing, comics, geography and history, mythology, fetish, etc...
You know what I dislike? With intent? Westerners whose entire lives revolves around Japanese culture. I've never been able to understand it. People that go so far as to collect exclusively manga art, chibi art, anime art, to the exclusion of all else. They go so far as adopting Japanese handles online, which are always painstakingly composed to result in the most cheesily cute translation ever, to ensure an kawaii appreciation from their fellows. As a student of Art, I couldn't understand, try as I may, why such an obsession can come to be. There's fantastic art everywhere, in every culture, and yet someone would limit their appreciation to
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I always forget about DA; mostly because between work, my lovely wife, my social obligations and yes, Penciljack, DA becomes a distant... whatever. But I'll add more stuff. Hell, maybe I'll even organize it neatly and... stuff. I've been spending a lot of time with my ImagineFX subscription magazines, but have yet to really dive in and start my first digital painting project. Color is intimidating to a color-blind artist, so I could begin with tones. Still, it's a lot to take in, and I still don't have that extension cord to hook up my second monitor to my computer. That would help a hell of a lot. In time I'll put it up here. I just need t
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Wow. Been a while I wrote here. One of the hardest things in life is to pick up new habits not through, well, force of habit, but through training yourself to have it become a habit. DA is one of those things for me. First, I always get the feeling the site is clunky as hell. Second, I never had a website of my own, so I don't know what it's like to obsess over one's online baby. Heh. However I decided to fix that by getting my own website. The problem with that is with being a jack-of-all-trades. For those that don't know me very well, there are multiple things I do in general, for art and for work. As you can see, I can pencil a bit, and
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Swing by and load up some of your past pummel stuff

I appreciate the :+fav: my friend! Thanks!! :)
Welcome to the Village! :salute:

Thanks for sharing your art with us :)
I just started learning how to ink and found your work very clean. right now I'm learning from Armondo Durruthy Zach Howard, and have had the chance to talk with Jason Martin about inking also. what I'm saying is that I really like your work and hope to be able to get work some day by getting into a label at the next big comic con.

love the work!
Thanks! Whatever you do, keep in mind that inking's always about so much more than making lines black. There's a whole interpretive aspect, so sometimes, go with you gut! And don't be afraid to experiment, use whatever you have to find that texture and feel you like!

It may not be the most glorious of work, but it's honest and can be very rewarding. Keep at it and thanks!
Thanks for the watch!