Non-TF: Some of my work

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  1. Fishdirt

    Fishdirt Tin Toy Transformer

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    This is partially what I do for a living. Each image is drawn on the card at the size of a baseball card (2.5"x3.5"). I've been working on official Marvel comics products for the last 2 years , did a couple topps baseball sets this year and a few smaller sets for small companies.

    I did do some tf art for a charity auction earlier in the year but feel I'm a bit beyond that in terms of skills now so newer pieces will come. :) 

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  2. rattimus prime

    rattimus prime Scout Class Prime

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    Awesome, love the juggernaut being tossed by the hulk
     
  3. Altitron

    Altitron Commercial Artist

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    Sweet. Very Jim Lee/Rob Leifeld-esque.

    - Alty
     
  4. Fishdirt

    Fishdirt Tin Toy Transformer

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    Funny you should mention that, I recently finished this psc (not from a set):

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    I'm a huge fan of Fitch, Arthur Adams, Mansume Shirow. Not so much into Liefeld and Lee as I was when I was a kid. When I was younger I would chase style but when I got back into art a couple years ago I decided to just draw and let God guide me. So far I'm happy and the improvements help a lot.

    Here's some samples of how my work has changed in the last 2 years (mind you I stopped drawing altogether in 96-97 until 2008):

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    When you get the mindset of anything is possible , work hard and never let anything get you down I believe anyone can do great work in anything in life. I'm not where I want to be yet but I keep pushing :) 

    Thanks for the comments guys.
     

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  5. Fishdirt

    Fishdirt Tin Toy Transformer

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    Here's an artist proof commission from the "Marvel: Heroes and Villains" card set:

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    These proofs are a bit bigger then the 2.5" x 3.5" cards. These are 4 x 5"
     

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  6. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    You're really doing some slamming work here, bud! It's also neat of you to show us a little bit of where you've been and how you've progressed as an artist as well! What medium are you working with here?
     
  7. Fishdirt

    Fishdirt Tin Toy Transformer

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    Pencils, inks and marker on the piece. Not sure what stock the company sent was but it was a lot better then the stock for this new "top secret" marvel comics set.
     
  8. Dormamu

    Dormamu I am Broot.

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    Pretty sweet work. Reminds me of the Fleer sets from 1990-96. Definitely a huge improvement from where you started too. Plus, the Marvel universe is so full of big characters.
     

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