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Victor Cañizares Coleman
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Hello, this is Victor Cañizares Coleman, but online I am known as James Corck.

I'm a graphic designer, illustrator, artist, and every day I do my best to improve my artistic skills, trying out new things, drawing for others and myself. You may wonder "Why an artist? Why don't you find a job that pays better and is safer?". Well, I read once that sane people become lawyers, doctors, or something other that pays well and has a secured position. If you are insane you make movies, write books, and do pictures. I guess I am insane then. Besides, I tried that whole "better job that pays well" thing for three years, and those were the most miserable years of my life. I only feel good doing this, I genuinely do. Doing otherwise would be to betray what makes me being me.

I come from a family of artists. My great grandfather was an artist. My grandfather was an artist. My mother was an artist. And I want to continue that lineage.

I'm the creator of Ask Movie Slate, an ask blog on Tumblr where I review movies with my character, a cute unicorn called Movie Slate. I also illustrate the comic series "Old Appleoosa: Tales from Eq-Westria" written by Fernindt, "I Will Never Leave You" and "Sanguine Kindness" written by Rated-R-Ponystar, and the comic strip series "Fur With Cream" (currently on hiatus).

I've worked for "BronyScot" doing graphic design for their convention, and came up with those "Best Pony Logo" edits a few years ago. I am also working with Silver Quill on his review show "After the Fact" as a title card illustrator.

I hope you all like what you see in my gallery, and I encourage you all to let me know what you think of my artwork in the comments.

Thank you so much for dropping by and I hope you all have a wonderful time.

My Art Tumblr - awthredestim.tumblr.com

Ask Movie Slate - askmovieslate.tumblr.com

My Twitter - twitter.com/James_Corck

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My Instagram - www.instagram.com/jamescorck/

My FurAffinity - www.furaffinity.net/user/james…

My NewGrounds - jamescorck.newgrounds.com/

My Picarto channel - picarto.tv/JamesCorckStreams

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I've been incredibly busy these past couple of weeks, but I'm slowly getting back on the saddle. I will be uploading some of the finished art over here sometime soon.

You can check out my Tumblr blog to see any of my sketches and doodles, and my Twitter to keep up with anything more immediate happening in my life.

Thank you guys for your endless support!
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Well now. Look what convention just snuck up on me! I've been real busy these past couple of weeks (months) moving to Scotland, getting things ready, setting up my flat, and just juggling a ton of different things at the same time. It's been stressful and rather annoying, but in the end that's the way things work when you're starting a brand new life. It's been rocky for the past couple of days, but here we are now! Ready to enjoy this convention at the beautiful Land of the Scots.

This means I will be gone from my Computer from the 9th to the 15th of November, but you can find me on my most immediate social networks.


HERE'S ALL THE PONY SWAG I'LL HAVE FOR SALE!


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I will have the classic prints I bring to every convention, plus a handful of new designs I've made during 2017. I will have A3 and A4 sizes of all the designs you see here as well as some others that I couldn't fit in the pictures. I've also kept all the ones that I couldn't sell at Hearths Warming Con, which include four prints I've never had at BronyScot ever before!


I'm also bringing not one painting, but four original paintings that will be available for purchase at this convention! These paintings don't have a fixated price tag on them, so if you are interested in getting one, drop by and make me an offer. To me it's about sharing the artwork and putting it out there, and it always humbles me how much you guys appreciate my work.

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I will also have these stickers for sale at my table. These proved to be super popular last year, and I've made a few newer designs! They are vinyl based, water resistant and individually cut. You can buy just one, or a whole set, or several of the same design!

    

I have also dipped into them Hama Beads, and did a few designs ahead of moving to Scotland. I will have these at my table as well in case you want to pick one or two up.


And of course, if any of you fancies a commission on the spot, I will draw you something! These will be "Pay What You Want", so feel free to give anything you want if you're up for one. After this year's Inktober I feel like I can make these fairly fast.


I will also be hosting a panel about Ask Pony Blogs and the current state of the ask blogs over on Tumblr. It'll be laid back, nothing too super serious, with more audience participation than before. If any of you are interested you can totally drop by and listen to me ramble in between conversations. It'll be fun!

I will give you all a more thorough update in the way my life is at the moment, since there's several details to touch upon (Commission work, settling in Scotland, apartment readiness, work schedule, and a long etc.). I want to keep you guys updated but there's only so many hours in the day when I'm not working on commissions, or putting together furniture. After BronyScot, I will make a more thorough update on the state of things.

Thank you all for the support and the loyalty you guys have been giving me, during what has been perhaps the most challenging year of my life. It's thanks to people like you that I can keep doing what I do. Thank you so much for everything, and I hope to talk to all of you real soon. Have a good one everybody!

Feel free to follow me in any of these other websites.

[ Art Tumblr ] [ Twitter ] [ DeviantArt ] [ Instagram ] [ Google+ ]

[ Movie Slate's Ask Blog ] [ Pinterest ] [ Picarto ]


  • Listening to: The Super Best Friendscast
  • Reading: Laws and Legislations in the UK
  • Watching: My Netflix queue on repeat
  • Playing: Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  • Eating: Haggis
  • Drinking: Milk
Movie Slate - Corman Month, Conclusion
Ask Movie Slate - Corman Month - Conclusion

Today's Movie Slate is brought to you thanks to :iconssjcharon:

And here we are! Movie Slate's Halloween event for 2018 is now officially over! It's been a good run, and a bit of a learning experience for me. Most (if not all) of these updates were made with the bare minimum amount of material, time and work, using and repeating backgrounds, re-using poses, or even colouring over the sketch lines to avoid drawing lineart. It taught me a couple of shortcuts that I intent to use in future drawings.

So, as every year, I leave you guys with the following question for you to discuss in the comments. Do you think we're approaching a movie budget bubble in the future? Have movie budgets gone so far up that there will be a point where profits aren't even noticeable? And do you think that a low budget genre movie (like science fiction, fantasy) can still be successful? Let me know what you think about this in the comments below!

You can check Movie Slate's post on Tumblr right here.

You can also check the Making of Post right here.

Please, let me know what you think of it in the comments. I appreciate and every single one I receive.

Thank you!

Feel free to follow me in any of these other websites.

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Movie Slate - Corman Month, Fantastic Four
Ask Movie Slate - Corman Month - Fantastic Four

Today's Movie Slate is brought to you thanks to :iconssjcharon:

Featuring the cameos of :iconask-wiggles: :iconmechathetecha: and :iconwilizin:

I tried my best to recreate a comic book panel with this piece, tried being the keyword. Turns out Google does have plenty of results when you look for "Generic Evil Lair", which I find quite amusing. Also I'll have to give props to my friends, who let me use their characters as expys in this piece. Wiggle's pony isn't shaded because...well, she's the invisible woman and what's invisible casts no shadow. Except for her suit, that's still visible. The original idea was going to have Movie Slate fight with those grabby arm toys, but I thought it might've been too cynical, so I just played it straight instead. I think the end result is much better like this.

"The Fantastic Four" is a movie that both cheers me up and depresses me just for the sole reason that it exists. How would you feel if you were asked to work in a movie, the adaptation of one of the biggest comic books ever made, beloved by millions...only to find out upon completion of the principal photography that the movie will never make it in theatres and that all your work is going to be thrown in a drawer? That's what happened with perhaps the most heart filled, enjoyable, still trashy but corny and very soulful adaptation produced by Roger Corman. It's very sad to watch this movie and see these actors trying their best. The guy who plays Reed Richards is perhaps my favourite, both capturing the character's fascination while also adding some shadows to his persona. There is no point in talking about the effects, or any technical aspect in the film, since it's all unfinished or place-holders, so what we're getting here is an unfinished product, but for an unfinished product it's still a lot of fun and well worth everyone's time.

Believe it or not, there was a lot of potential in this movie, and I invite everyone to give it a watch and show some appreciation to the work that went into making it, even though doing so might end up in a depressive episode. But seriously give it a watch, it's pretty enjoyable in its own right.

You can check Movie Slate's post on Tumblr right here.

You can also check the Making of Post right here.

Please, let me know what you think of it in the comments. I appreciate and every single one I receive.

Thank you!

Feel free to follow me in any of these other websites.

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Movie Slate - Corman Month, Slumber Party Massacre
Ask Movie Slate - Corman Month - Slumber Party Massacre

Today's Movie Slate is brought to you thanks to :iconssjcharon:

Featuring the cameos of :iconcaptainhoers: 's Firestarter Spitfire, and Ask Pun Pony

I hated drawing this picture.

I really did. I'm not good with slice of life, regular setting, normal people's houses backgrounds. I really suck at them, I can't picture them correctly in my head, they always seem either messy and clunky, or too empty and lifeless. It's like there's something missing that throws the whole picture out of whack and it drives me up the walls. So the background took longer than usual because I no good at slice of life stuff. In the end I tried a hybrid between the colouring style from "Life is Strange" and the Byers' house from "Stranger Things". I think it came out OK. I might use this in the future to show Movie Slate's room more often.

"The Slumber Party Massacre" is probably one of the most forgettable movies I've ever seen. Do you want to know how forgettable it is? I just watched it, and it's already evaporating from my brain. Which I think is the real tragedy here because there was potential in both the script and the director. The original concept was that of a slasher parody, which is why the movie feels more light hearted than others of the genre, but it falls short in making us care for the characters or their situations. You could argue that that's the point of a slasher movie. You're not here to care for who lives or dies, you're here to see them die in horrible ways, and believe it or not when you confine your slasher to only use a power drill, your deaths suddenly all become samey and repetitive. Again, this is an issue that I have with the genre, of which I'm not that big a fan, but my biggest problem with this is the fact that the movie could've been so much better had they embrace the spoofy tone and disregarded the more horror oriented thrills. This didn't stop them from turning it into another movie series though. There's like three of these out there.

"The Slumber Party Massacre" falls short on all fronts except for it's (un)intentional comedic moments that seem the only remnant of what movie we could've gotten, which one could argue was the real victim here: The original idea. I'd say watch it only if you're really into slasher films, but with the new "Halloween" already out, you know you can do a lot better.

I hope you guys enjoy the picture!

You can check Movie Slate's post on Tumblr right here.

You can also check the Making of Post right here.

Please, let me know what you think of it in the comments. I appreciate and every single one I receive.

Thank you!

Feel free to follow me in any of these other websites.

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Art Tumblr ] [ Twitter ] [ DeviantArt ] [ Instagram ] [ Google+ ]

[ Movie Slate's Ask Blog ] [ Pinterest ] [ Picarto ]

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LordBurn Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Huh.  Never watched you here.  Fixed that now.
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Grogar-the-oneser Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2018
here a movie. Evil Roy Slade

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Sonic5421 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday!!!

Sorry for the late post. DA was acting funny and thought it was spam when I know it was a legit message I was posting.
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jamescorck Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Nah you ain't that late. Thank you so much man!
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Sonic5421 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem, and thanks for the understanding regarding the tech problems I had while trying to post anyway. Appreciate it.
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