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September 29, 2009
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One Year by msciuto One Year by msciuto
Hazaa! I've been here for one whole year! Time flies... :D
Did this drawing and colored it quick in Photoshop because I felt like I should post something to celebrate the occassion. I've gotten a little rusty with my own characters, which is never good. I'll have to work on that.
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RoyalDarkAngel Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2012
I love their outfits!
msciuto Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2012
Thanks :D
Frankenfrau Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2009
Wow, congratulations! Happy one year anniversary! :hug:

This is a really neat sketch you did on such short notice. The background really gives me that "Pow!" feel that most comic panels give off with enthusiasm. :)

Also, I know how you feel about getting rusty on your own characters... I haven't lined mine out in god knows how long and to top it off I haven't even given them a solid design either, Arrg!
msciuto Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2009
Yes! For once a background does what I intended for it to do :w00t:
I hear you...I definitely have to do more with my own guys too. These character especially. I did a comic issue for them and I would love to be able to do more, I just haven't had the time or ambition lately. It's sooo much easier to bang out fan art that requires almost no thought to do :D
Frankenfrau Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2009
Hurray! :clap:

Yeah, it's really all about the motivation that sets me back. ): I've got their concept set down in my head... but I'm having trouble getting anything more from that. lol And I agree, making fanart is so much easier too create en masse quantities. (Gets you more comments too...)
msciuto Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2009
Exactly! And I do love the faves and comments fanart gets me, except for when kids take these fictional characters waaay to seriously and leave comments that question my artistic license like I did something wrong or something. Those comments piss me off. But the good comments far out way the bad :D
Frankenfrau Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2009
Yeah, I like the conversations spawned from fanart actually. You can get really in-depth into the character with other folks or go COMPLETELY off topic into some obscure conversation. More often then not this also spawns new fanart too.

I've never had a run in with an angry kid questioning my artistic license fortunately. This may just be because the most frequent DC character I ever draw is Scarecrow and he doesn't really have a solid 'design' to go off of. (That and his fanbase really isn't all that big to begin with.)

What I'm really fortunate of though, is never having someone at DC questioning my artistic license. ^^;
msciuto Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2009
Oh fan art what would I do without you and your many crazy fans :D

Thankfully DC or the many other companies and people I rip off haven't come to me either. But with all the fan art that's out there, I don't think they would even have the resources to track us all down for not owning the characters we draw. At least I hope not...
Frankenfrau Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2009
Agreed. :D

Yeah, I really wouldn't think any big hit companies would spend petty time jailing their fan artists. Besides, it's free publicity and what not.

Though, can't get the mental image of some big suits storming into a suburban home to rip the drawing of Batman a four yr old did off the fridge somehow hilarious.
msciuto Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2009

And oh man that is a hysterical mental image--just seeing that poor devastated four year old's face while dudes in suits and big sunglasses and ear pieces or whatever put the little crayon drawing through an elaborte shredder machine of some sort makes me laugh :giggle:
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