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New style, tying to reclaim the mojo

Started Jul 17, 2016 0 Replies

Been off the wagon for a few…Continue

Free handing: Natural progression or artistic preference?

Started this discussion. Last reply by mike abuan Apr 30, 2014. 4 Replies

Yo:Question that's been on my mind lately: is freehanding the natural course of pencil drawing (ie: start with basic shapes, then anatomy, then templates, then improvisation, then freehanding, no…Continue

Finished, final 10 pages of "I dream of deep space"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brien Sparling Apr 20, 2014. 1 Reply

Hi All:Well, took over a year, been through alot, and still more to come, moved out and moved out again and into a studio apartment where I finally finished the last page of "I dream of deep space"…Continue

Still like drawing angels

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Progress this week

Hi All:This one was rushed a little as I'm leaving tomorrow for a weeks visit with my family.  So no post next week.  This one I tried to add my detail and renderings, also use different pen tips, like a 3-5 micron tip for the outline of people, cars etc.  Micron 2 for the permanent details within the outline: eyes, mouth ears, etc, then a 1 tip for the fluid details: creases in the skin, hair, teeth, nostrils, etc.  I don't know if I've reached a higher level of artistry by stressing over such…See More
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Landon J Weckerly posted a blog post

This week's progress

Hi all:So trying to improve my inking with the tips provided by the pros I talked to at Comic Fest.  Definitely room for improvement.But I press on.See More
Jun 9
Brien Sparling commented on Landon J Weckerly's blog post Progress for the week
"As I understand this sequence, the victim with cracker is being targeted from two sides: Pistol-assassin from victim-right(just visible in scope-circle) and longer range scope-assassin from victim-left. If I got this right then I would say you…"
Jun 2
Landon J Weckerly posted a blog post

Progress for the week

Hi All:Back from PHX Comic Fest.  Some ups and downs, but still grateful I went this year.This page I finished before comic fest, along with a revision the big frame in the background.  First time doing a revision and got a crash course in Photoshop elements.  2-2 for today so far.Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.See More
Jun 2
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Progress for the week, next week PHX Comic fest

Hi All:Here's this week's page.  I will not be posting next weekend as I will be at the Phoenix Comic fest(formerly Comicon because San Diego claims it can have the only Comicon).  If I get the time and I'm not too worn out from the day, I will post pictures from the comicfest.Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.See More
May 19
Brien Sparling commented on Landon J Weckerly's blog post This week's progress
"This is an awesome page layout; flow of the story top to bottom is smooth and crystal clear. Possible confusion about the top-left frame( which I believe is a different setting, right?) could be clarified with a noticeable difference in its color or…"
May 12
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This week's progress

So I was advised by a pro to ink with a brush.  A daunting idea to say the least but practically not viable as my apartment is all carpet, so to spill would mean extra charge for me when I move out.  But low and behold, micron manufactures pens with pain brush tips, and once again I found myself without an excuse to try it.  So this week's page was my first try inking with a brush pen.  The first is the raw as it shows on the page attempt.  The second is the retouched attempt through photoshop…See More
May 12
Brien Sparling commented on Landon J Weckerly's blog post Progress for the week
"Love the storytelling in this page from top to bottom, especially the progression of thought/expressions in the bottom three frames. Well done!"
May 6
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Progress for the week

I ordered a new lenovo desktop last Monday with Photoshop elements pre-installed.  So I'll be able to post more often, should be anyways.  What that means for the weekly posting remains to be seen.Here's this week's finished page.See More
May 5
Landon J Weckerly posted a blog post

Progress for the week

I'm still gaining speed and even experimenting with new techniques on how to draw anatomy, backgrounds, and I'm helping a friend with some work in his model shop.Seems the more I take on, the better my time management skills get.  But it's only been a week so I could be getting ahead of myself.Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.…See More
Apr 28
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This week's progress

So i'm definitely getting faster.  Been experimenting with the creative process in the free time, will post about that later.Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.See More
Apr 22
Brien Sparling commented on Landon J Weckerly's blog post This week's progress
"After some study I got that the 2nd panel is a top view of the Junk-car driver, but this small panel not necessary to the plot-flow. Angle of the Junk car in panel three makes it look like he's going to hit the Semi Truck.(?) The sucker is a…"
Apr 14
Landon J Weckerly posted a blog post

This week's progress

Hi All:This one is early because (apparently) I'm improving at setting up, plotting, penciling, and inking pages.  I'm thinking I either add more detail to the pages or keep moving up in productivity and crank out more than one page in a week.  Thoughts.Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.See More
Apr 14

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Location:
Mesa AZ
Gender
Male
Area(s) of Interest or Expertise:
Interest: Drawing, storytelling.
Expertise: trivia wiz
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I come from a family that was less than perfect but still went to church on Sundays. My youth pastor was a great influence on my faith. My college pastor too. I got deep into christian rock and metal and want to expand the christian presence in the comics industry. I love to create, draw, and want to inspire others to do the same.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
To be paid to draw, and write on the side if I can
Favorite Comic Creators:
Michael turner, Ed Mcguiness, Ron Lim, Jim lee, Andy kubert, Phil Gossier.
Jeff Loeb.

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Progress this week

Posted on June 16, 2018 at 10:01am 0 Comments

Hi All:

This one was rushed a little as I'm leaving tomorrow for a weeks visit with my family.  So no post next week.  

This one I tried to add my detail and renderings, also use different pen tips, like a 3-5 micron tip for the outline of people, cars etc.  Micron 2 for the permanent details within the outline: eyes, mouth ears, etc, then a 1 tip for the fluid details: creases in the skin, hair, teeth, nostrils, etc.  I don't know if I've reached a higher level of…

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This week's progress

Posted on June 9, 2018 at 3:37pm 1 Comment

Hi all:

So trying to improve my inking with the tips provided by the pros I talked to at Comic Fest.  Definitely room for improvement.

But I press on.…

Continue

Progress for the week

Posted on June 2, 2018 at 4:42pm 1 Comment

Hi All:

Back from PHX Comic Fest.  Some ups and downs, but still grateful I went this year.

This page I finished before comic fest, along with a revision the big frame in the background.  First time doing a revision and got a crash course in Photoshop elements.  2-2 for today so far.

Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.…

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Progress for the week, next week PHX Comic fest

Posted on May 19, 2018 at 3:28pm 0 Comments

Hi All:

Here's this week's page.  I will not be posting next weekend as I will be at the Phoenix Comic fest(formerly Comicon because San Diego claims it can have the only Comicon).  If I get the time and I'm not too worn out from the day, I will post pictures from the comicfest.

Post one thing you like and one thing you dislike.…

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At 2:18pm on October 3, 2015, Se G said…

Keep it UP, Landon.

In life its not how many times we fall, But how many times we get back up, that count. 

As w/the Lord.

is not that we sin, but Do we repent.

No one if perfect. Its not an excuse. The battle remains in the spiritual realms.  Whether we can see it or not.

Our strength comes from him and within him you can rest your weight of your problems.

While this does not mean, there wont be other obstacles ahead.

Trust in him, will give you the rest and peace that can only come from the most High.  I encourage you to continue in your struggles.

To accept the trials He allows into our lives.

its not punishment nor a sadistic God who has abandon us

But the opportunity to meet the Lord were we are and to strengthen our resolve for the Lord...so we can also speak of his truth and share his love w/others.

Its the forging we must all endure if we really are to follow in his steps.

Luke 6:45 - A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh.

Anyone can speak pretty words but it's what resides in a man's heart that really shows who he is.  Eventually that too will rise to the surface.

At 1:30pm on May 15, 2014, Simon Amadeus Pillario said…

Hi ya, I know you like Christian comics so I know you'll love The Word for WORD Bible Comic(Unabridged, historically accurate graphic novel of the Bible with a high view of scripture. For ages 15+) 

To complete the first book I need your help, as I am raising funds on Kickstarter. My passion is to get God's Word in full into the hands of young believer and unbelievers and comic lovers of all ages, in the hope they will come to really know God. Please check it out at the KS page, it's going well but I still need lots of backers so I hope as a CCAS member you'll please pledge to support this project...

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/word4wordbiblecomic/the-word-for-word-bible-comic-100-pg-graphic-novel

If you are concerned about the accuracy and faithfulness to the text please read this Blog...

https://wordforwordbiblecomic.squarespace.com/blog/how-do-i-know-its-accurate-to-the-bible-and-that-i-should-back-it

PS - Please add me as a friend here on CCAS

At 12:00am on July 27, 2010, Ralph Ellis Miley said…
Welcome to the CCAS. The CCAS had a table at the Phoenix Con this past year. It was a great experience. If you have any samples of your work, I would encourage you to post them. Looking forward to knowing more about you. May the God of our Savior, Jesus Christ, richly bless you, your household, and the works of your hands.
 
 
 

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