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fite! Comics #1. Just an intro chapter for the little odditor boxer. There'll be more to it than just boxing. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #10. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #11. Brush, ink, Painter Classic. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! 2. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #3. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #4 Now in easier to read standard format! ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite comics #5. Fite! is also available at livejournal.com/users/fitecomics. Ink and board. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #6. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #7. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #8. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Fite! #9. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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What if Fite! were a 60s cartoon series, and what if the film prints were in terrible shape? I think it might look a little like this...\r\nIllustrator. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Don't adjust your tv! Just another 'what if fite was an old cartoon shown on a crappy UHF station' drawing. Illustrator, Photoshop. ©2005 Thomas Bllue.
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This scan is a little small, mostly as the original is so big (24x30). I had to make it in 13 passes through my flatbed, and then enlarge it a bit, so the scan is not as clear as I'd like it. There's a fair amount of crayon work that gets utterly lost. Other than that, it's yet another skateboarder, ferret, in acrylic and crayon on canvas. Image ©2001 Thomas Blue.
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Fox taken to noooood extreme. Fake fashion ad. Illstrator. ©2004 Thomas Blue.
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And one for the frog. Illustrator. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Another image from nowhere. I think this one actually counts as cubist, but I'm not totally sure. It's a gazelle in a red shirt and tie. :) Image ©2002 Thomas Blue.
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Just a quick sketch of a game-playing otter-zombie. Painter Classic. ©2004 Thomas Blue.
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Something I put together yesterday. Stencil and spraypaint, the kanji reads, "geisha boy cat." Likely, the grammar is off, but I do what I can. ©2003 Thomas Blue.
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Gloomwolfe and I were chatting online the other day and he was cool enough to send me some roughs for a comic he's working on. I loved the characters, so immediately sketched one of them out in Painter while online. He was nice enough to let me post it. It's a melding of his style and mine, but the character's all his. Character 'Cat' ©2002 Gloomy Image ©2002 Thomas Blue.
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Posted instead of fite! this week as the strip just wasn't coming together as I wanted it to. So, a week delay. Illustrator. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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I got a book fro Christmas called "Scrawl 2" which is photos of "progressive street art." It's a step beyond graffitti per se, and there's some amazingly cool stuff in it. I don't have the courage to actually -do- graffitti, but I admire those that do. Acrylic, crayon and chalk. ©2002 Thomas Blue.
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This is the second in the graffiti series. Again, too big to scan, it suffers a bit from this photo. I might do a little bit more with the lettering on this one before con. Just trying to go for a street art look. Image ©2002 Thomas Blue.
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Third and last in the graffitti series. The chalkdust on this one made it look more weathered than either of the others. I think it gives it a touch more feeling, too. Like the others, chalk, crayon, acylic on canvas. Image ©2002 Thomas Blue.
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I dragged out the old sable brush and played with it a bunch this week as I've been sick and haven't had the energy for painting. I've missed its seductive lines and supple flow. Inking with a brush takes years to master, but for me is much more satisfying than doing so with pens. Streamline mangled those lines a bit, but they came out well enough. Coloring in Illustrator. ©2003 Thomas Blue.
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And here's one for Guz. Illustrator. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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Guz, done in the style of a 50s UPA cartoon, sorta. Illustrator. ©2005 Thomas Blue.
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To me, this looks like some parents took their son to a portrait painter, much against his will, and forced him to get his portrait painted. He said 'fine, but I get to wear what I want.' This would be the comprimise. Acrylic on board. ©2002 Thomas Blue.
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This is a digital watercolor study for a current painting in progress which will look nothing like this. Abstract beefcake. Hmmm. ©2002 Thomas Blue.
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More Illustrator practice. ©2006 Thomas Blue.
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