Awesome!! Great art layout you post up and by the way what are your rates on coloring B/W pin ups and thumbnails ? I hope to hear from you soon. God bless you. Peace my email is ecampusa@Montefiore.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
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That's great Eddie! I wasn't sure if anyone that I didn't know had seen the TT comic. It was a great book to do. I hope to do more in the future because the characters are fun and interesting. I have a lot of ideas ans story lines that were started so I hope to tweak them and get them all done one day. I love the way that your art slide shows in the photo section on here. You have some very colorful and powerful pictures. I like the smooth textures and glowing brilliance of each one. The child reaching to the sky is powerful and exciting. It's a celebration! The turtle is very nice and detailed. The tile placements are well done and show color gradiation and shadowing. The water appears to move as well. The red haired women appears desiring attention and looks like a Star Trek Captain Kirk girl. The blue laser creating the red cross is awesome. It puts a new meaning on having a cross burned in your yard. The red haired boy has a innocent quality to him. The brown haired girl appears waiting for her dad to go out and play with her or just waiting for a sandwich. Haha. Love the ball and hand too. Nice background effect that focuses attention on the main subject material. Great job.
Eddie! It's so great to see you here! Sometimes I come across the great yearbook comic covers sitting on my shelf and think of you! So you're not working with middle schoolers anymore and doing comics full time? That's absolutely amazing! I'm looking forward to seeing your latest work. God bless XD
Welcome to CCAS! It's awesome to see you were saved so early and are living your dream job! I wasn't save until the age of 25, but I suppose that still gives me plenty of time to walk with Christ! Anyway, nice to see you here!
Hey Gary...I actually do remember the trinity Troopers....they kinda had Power Ranger styled costumes, right??? :) Years back (before life got really hectic and crazy) I was compiling info on Christian Comics with the hopes of one day putting out a definitive guide (coffee-table book style) of Christian Comics and I remember that was on my list. Good to hear from you and looking forward to connecting with new friends and hearing from old ones! :)
It's great to hear you are saved and you're doing your dream job. I would like to see your comics. My wife and I did a comic a few years ago titled "Trinity Troopers". Maybe you might find it online. It has a colorful cover with four young kids as superheroes flying on the cover. I did the pencils, my wife did the writing, some friends did the inking, lettering and painted the cover. It was a cool package. I hope to do more one day but at least I did the one.
I like a lot of artists and writers too. i pay attention to how they write comics since I'm doing my own. I met Scott McDaniel and he's a great man. Easy to talk with and very accommodating. He will spend time talking with you and that's what i liked about him. he's a Christian too so that made him even more cool. Have a great time here. Later.
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