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Heroes of Tajalan by RalphNiese Heroes of Tajalan by RalphNiese
for Alex & his wife Silvia who came up together with this whole universe
www.facebook.com/HeroesOfTajal…

with all these indy toymakers lending stuff from different eras of popculture i'm always tempted to try out myself in yet to me familiar territory but never touched on since i was 14 - so inhaled some courage and the Image Documentary 'The Image Revolution' - - younglings - herein i introduce you to the BAMBOO FRAMING!
Maybe the most popular renderer of frames out of everything was Todd McFarlane on his Spiderman run and Spawn, but also it got used heavily over at Homeage/Wildstorm Studios (Gen 13#5, anyone? or Gen 13 bootleg #3 -  why does all this sapless info come up now in my head?) ANYHOW - the idea is nothing of the 80/90ies, it was used by Art Deco guys in the 19th century as well and here and there in comic history as well.
It's nice cheese on top of your panel pizza. And makes you look like you did have fun drawing your stuff - - which i do have, no shit.


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halitosis Featured By Owner May 31, 2014
so good. every inch. kneecaps, hidden skull, tasteful gradients, furry boots, "the adventure begins here".. oh and wow: calf veins.  Cool characters, too! First time I heard of them.
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MATT-A-NASHI Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014  Professional General Artist
Coooooool!  :-D

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buttermonster Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014
oh man, nice! Jawesome color palette!
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crowbrandon Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
nice stuff!!!
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maxmblk66 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
very very cool
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RalphNiese Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
thanks!
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