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Quick and pretty detailed. No background.
Quick and pretty detailed. Black and white only. No background.
Please keep in mind that if you would like it coloured it will be coloured traditionally (coloured pencil, watercolour) like the cutie displayed above.
Very detailed, including simple backgrounds. Black and white, some limited colour depending on the piece. Suggestions are always welcome.
Very detailed, including simple backgrounds.
Expressive and very detailed. Send me a note in regards to acceptable subject matter. Backgrounds, colour, anything and everything is negotiable.
Pursuit of a Dreamtechgnotic
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Trekking at Sunset
by MetaWorks, JoeyVazquez, sanjun
Felipe Cagno’s Long Journey to “The Lost Kids: Seeking Samarkang.”
Many deviants know well…
…“The Lost Kids: Seeking Samarkand”, the 200+ pages graphic novel written and created by Brazilian storyteller FelipeCagno.
What few know is the story of how it took him almost a decade to bring this story to the public between script re–writes, production setbacks and more than three years of working with a team of artists spread across the globe.
Although “The Lost Ki
winter.you held me, youAzureNebulae
held onto me like a child
that is overtired and moody,
you cradled me into warmth
that felt less familiar than the chill
which now passes through my window
blows dust away from my eyes
and you keep them open
pushing the eyelids back to see me
blurry-eyed and screaming
-please, please you must come home
don't leave me alone again-
but you did and did again and again
so i taught myself to fly
and i flew,
i flew without you, i flew
like those snowy owls we watched wade
through the wintery wind
and peck the sky to find the mice
with their silhouettes, glistening
and their ears [listening--
why must they be the prey?]
pricked up waiting for the moon to say goodnight
and the sun to say good day
but they never do, to they?
those mice, blinded by butchers
and eaten by snakes
but at least they can't see the way dawn turns to dusk
summer to winter
young to old
and this black curtain concludes the magic show
the way it swishes around coffins
after life's production has ended,
The Sum of InfinityI don't know if I'll ever tell my children about you.SeaPlume
(I don't know if I'll even have descendants.)
A family was never on my to-do list,
until you came along.
You made me wonder if I wanted kids, just so I could say to them
"You know, the day your dad and I met…"
because I thought we could last forever,
and I'm still not sure if we have.
Our friendship endures, even as I fall asleep
picturing her arms around you,
and I wonder if you'll ever come back to me
but spend every day noticing the reasons I'm glad you left
and hoping you'll return.
Never intending to fall in love,
we were an item
before you knew my name.
She reclaimed you,
you still belong to me
by virtue of the ampersand connecting our names
in the mind of every person
who watched us walk,
tall & short,
monochrome & kaleidoscope,
yin & yang,
through the winding, leaf-littered pathways
that are our life.
Sartorial Storytelling: Character at a Glancetechgnotic
Sartorial Storytelling: Character at a Glance
Pulp Fiction by Rembrush
Masterful storytelling is about suspending disbelief.
One would think the most important element of a story being told is the events being depicted. Belief in these events, however, is a prerequisite to appreciation. Picture this: watching Anna Karenina in the theater, you’re riveted to the epic tale of doomed lovers. Your friend, a history professor with a fetish for details, laughs at random moments. After the movie, he pontificates at length on how unbelievable the movie was
Collection: Joan of Arctechgnotic
Joan of Arc
Joan of Arc (1412—1431) is the ultimate iconic rebellious teenager. In nineteen years she lived a fuller and more exciting life, effecting the future histories of the two most powerful nations on Earth, than most can even dream of, and then died a martyr’s death for her cause and beliefs, for which she was declared a saint 500 years later. Her story has been told in many novels, movies and comic books. She was the girl who God gave a mission to drive the occupying English out of northern France. So fervid was her demand for action that she was made an advisor to the French high command and led them to victory after victory in the cause of F