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Greta by sinyx Greta by sinyx
A pinup done for the "Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher" graphic novel that came out last year, featuring the villainous Greta Schultz showing her girly side.
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silverwizardmon Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2007  Student General Artist
cool!
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bratprat Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2006
well done!
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KillAllMonsters Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2005
VERY nice, very delicate linework. And tastefull colours. Super, super-cool!
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cheeks-74 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2005   General Artist
i bought this 2 years ago, or was it a year ago along with the dvd. i love the classic feel it has going on. you did a great job capturing them. the gray wash appeal is right on; it gives the pic a nice motion. have you gone to school for any art training?
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sinyx Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2005  Professional Filmographer
Thanks. Rex Steele's a bunch of fun and Bill Presing's art is pretty jaw dropping, especially his sketches. I graduated from SVA in '98, where I studied animation. Yourself?
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cheeks-74 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2005   General Artist
No prob. Yeah, I met bill and his buddy that did the animation. They both seemed to be energized, and if defintely comes through into the characters. That's great to have graduated animation. I am self taught. Not by choice. haha I'd have loved to have attended and Art Institute, if I had the income.
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sinyx Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2005  Professional Filmographer
School's always nice, but not really needed to actually work professionally in my opinion. A lot of my co-workers never studied animation. I think you really learn more on the job than you ever do in school. Having the time and money to study, sketch and paint would be awesome though!
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cheeks-74 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2005   General Artist
so true. I wouldn't change anything from what I have been through. I think that's made me stick it out.
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randerzoid Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2005
Oh yes, I have heard a lot about this...I still need to do some more research on it though, but I am sure its a great graphic novel. :)

You so got to tell me how you get such lovely lineart, Kim! That is just amazing, I am surely guessing brush pen, but it might just be india ink *so perplexed* I hope you have been doing great!!!
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sinyx Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2005  Professional Filmographer
Ugh, inking is the bane of me and I always get overly anxious about it. I've been using brush pen lately. Every so often I take a stab at using an actual brush and ink, but mainly when I want to get a sketchier look since I can't handle it as well.
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