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Mikeall
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Another interpretation of Jay Piscopo's online character Commander X (www.captneli.com.) He seems well suited to 'pulping'! M3 and V3 postworked as if 'original artwork' reproduced for pulp digest cover. Thanks for looking.
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Oct 29, 2008 10:22:33 am
Nice job with the painting and the poses are perfect for this genre/era of story.

by LadyAlys Online Now!   Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 10:25:28 am
Fan-bloody-tastic!

by theseus88bc Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 10:43:47 am
Love it!!! You've really captured the era with this. I'm a big fan of vintage posters so this is right up my street.

Great work!

by chrisskinner78 Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 10:55:13 am
Yeah Fan-bloody -tastic...I may have to try one of these.

by Penters Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 11:16:15 am
Wonderful! Such a great respect for vintage comics covers!

by Ancel_Alexandre Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 12:03:04 pm
Amazing art!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Bravissimo!*V*:DDD.Hugsxx

by Mondwin Online Now!   Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 12:41:53 pm
Looks incredibly hand-painted indeed! And as usual you have really nailed the atmosphere of the era!

by lookoo Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 12:47:44 pm
Awesome, it looks like you used a natural-media program this time! Painter? Twisted Brush? ;)

by SnowSultan Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 1:06:17 pm
Excellent! Absolutely excellent.

by drace68 Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 1:45:43 pm
Very well done. 5+.

by Fidelity2 Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 2:06:42 pm
A little more impasto on this one. I like it. Great for getting rid of the curse of 3D. There's even a layer where the paint is so thin you can see the canvas texture, nice detail.

by deci6el Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 2:28:17 pm
fantastic work :)

by meselfr Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 2:54:46 pm
Fantastic work!
Your work on these mock covers is great. D

by dshield Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 2:57:14 pm
Another fabulous composition from one of my favorite artists! Really like the brush work on this one. Great job :-)

by chippwalters Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 5:19:45 pm
Beautiful brush work there. Always top notch.

by MarkHirst Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 6:53:04 pm
Great job!

by AdamWright Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 7:31:02 pm
cool

by 722 Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 9:21:29 pm
You really captured the flavor of the pulps! Excellent work!

by tainted_heart Homepage »

Oct 29, 2008 11:33:32 pm
Another hit evoking a classic mystery pulp. I REALLY like the play of light and shadow here, plus the woman is SO sexy. I think it's really the pose, the way she nestles into his body for protection. This pose, and her wonderful expression, combine to create a strong sense of erotic energy cuopled with a sense of menace. Well done! Although I like the shadows, they seem a bit too deep on his hat and gun. There aren't enough highlights on these two items, and they just seem to blend into the background. I'm really wondering if a small spot on the gun wouldn't make it more visible and generate a bit more tension in the piece by making us ask questions, like "Who he's waiting for? Who is this woman? Why is she in danger?" I'm also puzzled by the text. It seems to be too big and it crowds the gun a bit much. And what's going on behind the text? I can't tell what that splash of red is. Is it blood from a cut, or part of her dress? Or is it a stripe on his pants? I'm just not sure. This is one place where deeper shadows would minimize the interference with the lettering and improve legibility. Nevertheless, I'm just ramblinb now. I really like this image of Commander X and his Lotus Flower. It's a great yin-yang image of eroticism and tension -- just the sort of pulp I'd buy! Thanks for posting it!

by mmitchell_houston Homepage »

Oct 30, 2008 1:04:08 am
perfect classical cover art with fantastic postwork

by Krid Homepage »

Oct 30, 2008 5:07:37 am
Really excellent, wonderful lighting, and great post work, fab!

by Rorsdors Homepage »

Oct 30, 2008 5:27:25 pm
Great image and style.

by steve100 Homepage »

Oct 30, 2008 5:52:13 pm
Wonderful cover and first class post. The man looks like David Niven.

by chrispoole Homepage »

Aug 21, 2009 2:46:28 am
That's really beautiful work!

by Techromancer Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 11:25:28 pm
This has got to be one of your best. The power of the brushstrokes particularly on Commander X's sweater reminds me of the Haddon Sundblom school, Gil Elvgren and the like.

Wonderfully inspiring stuff - I'm considering delaying my next post and giving it the Mikeall treatment!

Gary

by gsayers Homepage »

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