BMB takes a massive dump (Dial-up don't even bother!)

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BMB takes a massive dump (Dial-up don't even bother!)

Postby BMB on Mon Sep 20, 2010 12:53 pm

It struck me that whilst I visit here semi-regular, I hardly post. It also struck me that its been ages since I had a nice big greasy dump. So I decided to squeeze out a dump, a dump that would contain things from as far back as 24 months ago. And some peanuts of course for comedial effect. Now I’d like to invite you all to come a little closer and inspect the contents of my steaming dump. There's more stuff but I'll leave that for round 2 or something.

Also, if you'd like to stay abreast of what I'm doing, here's my FaceBook thingy:

http://www.facebook.com/BMBartist

Don't stress, its all about the art, no posts about what I had for brekky and all that vapid shit etc. :|>

So here is my dump, I hope it doesn’t leave a sour taste in your mouths! :p

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Killeroo, for Darren Close
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Gerneral pose test or another idea I'm working on in the background.
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Mini test sequential for same idea:

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Some pics for a novel I did:

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(Greytones added by the author in this one)

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I quickie I did a while ago for another idea I’m slowly developing:

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From Zarjaz! #7:

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Re: BMB takes a massive dump (Dial-up don't even bother!)

Postby simon sherry on Mon Sep 20, 2010 1:20 pm

Sweet jeebus mate, that's a hell of a dump! Love the hell out of the lot of it!
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Postby Dean Rankine on Mon Sep 20, 2010 2:04 pm

Woah! In short I think you're amazing. Sometimes (IMHO) your work looks rushed. Which I think lets you down. Because when you produce work like the Judge Dredd pin-up and some of the other stuff you've posted it's absolute PRO quality! I think you're one of Australia's best kept comic creator secrets! And I hope you're promoting your work around the traps.
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Postby tonia on Mon Sep 20, 2010 2:40 pm

I really like your take on Dredd - and your other stuff looks good too - I envy how prolific you are. The printed cover looks like it really came up a treat as well.

(and I'm sure you probably already know about it but have you seen this blog? Some great 2000AD stuff on it http://2000adcovers.blogspot.com/ )
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Re: BMB takes a massive dump (Dial-up don't even bother!)

Postby BMB on Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:56 am

Thanks everyone. :|>

@ Dean: yeah there's a few different types of pics here, a couple of them are more concept pic than proper drawing but your point is still bang on. I'm still trying to find a happy middle ground between pale Geof Darrow wannabe (fun but sloooooooooooooooooooow) and too rushed looking, somewhere where I can pump out a page or 2 a day is where I'd like to be. Especially now with baby I need to be able to utilise every 20 minute break I get between nappies/feeds/general boo-hoo's. :p

I'm in an upcoming issue of the UK comic FutureQuake (issue #16 or #17) and Krazybov (UK comic) and Kranburn seems to be chugging along so slowly getting myself out there.

I just wish I could show what I've done for Simon so far, probably my favourite work this year. the frustration!* :p

@ Tonia: Yeah its a great site, I already had it in favourites but thanks. :|>



* Don't worry Simon, I'll keep it in my pants. :D
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Re: BMB takes a massive dump (Dial-up don't even bother!)

Postby simon sherry on Tue Sep 21, 2010 12:10 pm

Good to know mate - don't want you unleashing that particular monster until the time's right ;)
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Postby jpaulos on Tue Sep 21, 2010 4:27 pm

I like the arse eating gag.
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Re: BMB takes a massive dump (Dial-up don't even bother!)

Postby Tom on Tue Sep 21, 2010 6:37 pm

Man, what a steamer!

Is that Dredd for Future Quake, is that what you're refering to when you mentioned FQ? or is it for 2000AD?

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Re: BMB takes a massive dump (Dial-up don't even bother!)

Postby BMB on Wed Mar 09, 2011 9:06 am

Kinda forgot about this...

Thanks chaps!

Nah, the Dredd's were for fun, although since last post I've got 2 stories in FutureQuake #17
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