Talk to Brent:

Mister J

01/31/2014

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Hello! I've been a bit under the weather this week, but I've still managed to do a fair amount of artwork! This beauty was supposed to be for Watercolor Wednesday, but it also fits for Fan Art Friday! I tried, the "messy" look for this picture of the Joker from Batman: The Animated Series (which truly is the definitive Batman cartoon). I hope you like it Missvirginia! Thanks for visiting my blog so often!

I've also redrawn 5 out of the 20 pages of Tantum Gray #1, and I'm hoping to have the remaining 15 pages done by the end of February. I'm still working on Erika's pieces for her office, but what I have finished looks amazing (in my opinion, and Erika agrees). I'm also working on a steampunk piece that I've been commissioned for
and I'm really excited about it!

As for next week, I already have suggestions for Monday and Friday, but Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday are still available for requests!

 


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Missvirginia
02/04/2014 7:57am

It looks fabulous! That's one thing I love about watercolor that you can't really get with other mediums is the way it bleeds into other colors. I think it fits the Joke well. :D

Even though I'm late, maybe for a later Tues. you can do a curtain/cloth study. I personally think those have the potential to look beautiful. And maybe your version of a naiad for Thurs. would be neat. ;3

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02/05/2014 1:38pm

I'm so glad you like my Joker pic! I'll have to work on the cloth study next week, but I think it's a wonderful idea! And the naiad is a go for Thurs!

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10/21/2014 9:30am

I like good JOB

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04/18/2016 7:08am

Mr. J is a great character because he done the character with a lot of passion. The people should know about these type of great characters and they can learn how to entertain their life. I know its important for us to get motivation from these articles or characters.

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08/24/2016 8:15am

One of the best evil character!

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Art is one of those medium wherein people create things out of their imaginations and emotions. Arts are made with full of passion and affection. It would affect an audience if it were made with full of enthusiasm and a real piece of how it can relate to the people. It could be a channel of message, a channel of conversation, a channel of wisdom and knowledge and a channel of behavior. A great artist can translate his thoughts to the one looking at his piece. Thank you for your post. You have shared to us a great piece!

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