Deviousness Award saayyyyyy wwwhaaaaaaatDeviousness Award by Bluefley
I'm in Japan on vacation right now so I don't get to check in on my websites too much but I did just now and noticed I got a ... a Deviousness award :0
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It especially means a lot since I owe so much to DeviantArt. I can sincerely say I owe my career to this website, its thanks to them I've had job offers who led to me working in the video game industry at a pretty young age, thanks to them I've gotten magazines to notice me and commission workshops, thanks to them I was able to find smaller gigs early on and so much more. I've met awesome people here, constantly find new inspirations and best of all, am able to share with others my passion for art.
My life would be quite different without DeviantArt.
SO, A MASSIVE THANK YOU!
Here is a tutorial on shading while we're at it
Cheers from Kyoto!
Murphy Apprenticeship wrap-upHey all!Murphy Apprenticeship wrap-up by seangordonmurphy
I should have written something sooner regarding the Murphy Apprenticeship (where I took 5 students into my house in Maine and taught them comics for 2 weeks). Mostly I think I wanted to let the experience settle in before saying much about it. And now that I've had a few weeks back to my real life in NYC, I think I'm ready to post.
For photos and a student's perspective on the Murphy Apprenticeship, check out Tana Ford's page:
Here are the names of the students for the 2014 winter session (along with their Twitter):
Tana Ford http://duckacomic.blogspot.com/
Corin Howell http://rinpin.tumblr.com/
Jorge Coelho http://brandnewnostalgia.com/Jorge_Coelho
Clay McCormack http://digboston.com/tag/dead-meat-clay-mccormack/
Stephen Green http://stephengreencomics.tumblr.com/
I caught a lucky break for this first session: 5 talented students who were already at publishing levels. Clay and Stephen I'd met