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david-dent-jedai Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The style you draw in...It reminds me of something I can't quite place my finger on. Tim Burton meets years olde beasteriy. Where did you learn it?
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Gorger Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
Self-taught, but drawing a lot of inspiration from spanish comic artists :o
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david-dent-jedai Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Realy? Well I'm self taught but I started with DBZ carbon copying eyes and body styles and slowly graduated to trying a little fusion (smaller less square eyes, less bulky frames) and created the style I now call Neo-Anime-Western-Fusion! :iconsamuraiplz: Spanish comics eh? Got any scans online I could link to? I love to observe new styles and don't always get a chance to track them down. Not all artists are either open with their secrets or some don't even know! Almost totall savants not thinking about style or technique. ^^; I feel for them. A little bit of art school taught me to examine my technique and learn about pressue point softness and which pencils and pens will produce the right effect. It allowed me to eventually swap styles pretty easily! Though like in writing, as I always a tell a friend of mine, there's a "fingerprint" something of you that's unique and can't be blended away. XD No mater how much you try! For exampel she loves family orinated super heroes so she writes about Justice Society types even when doing contemporary fantasy! It's something that...sort if liek a bit of our soul in our work, ya know?
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Gorger Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
Look for Francisco Ibañez and anything by Ramis/Cera. Or more exactly, Mortadelo y Filemón y Los Xungis/Pafman
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