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Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby Pauk on Sat Jun 07, 2008 3:22 pm

Okay, so the 3pm words are MASSIVE, CLEAR & EMPHASISING.

From the working title "Me and My Engrams", I guess you can tell where I'll be going with this.

ONWARD!
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne

Postby Pauk on Sat Jun 07, 2008 5:36 pm

I have now finished writing 16 pages worth. And I've changed the title from "Me and My Engrams" to just "Clear".
I'm thumbnailing now, because it will suck badly otherwise. Also, there is going to be a single instance of the "F" word. But I don't think it should kick me into the 'Adult' section, as it is mostly very mild aside from that one swear.

Does anyone think a single swear constitutes 'mature'? If so, I may have to switch.
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne

Postby Pauk on Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:04 am

12 hours in, I thought I'd post some incomplete pages. Well, they're complete aside from some lettering. These would be pages 2 & 3, but they are the closest to being finished because I'm not working in chronological order - I'm special like that.

Edit: Since I've finished, the WIP pages are gone!

Ten points if you noticed that the two tram pictures are of completely different trams.
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne

Postby Pauk on Sun Jun 08, 2008 10:49 am

Ahhhh! FINISHED! And with four hours to spare. Unfortunately, my brain died part way through, so the serious comic that I began, instead turned into a bit of a spazz. Let me know what you think, unless what you think is rude... this is the family friendly section!

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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby aSketchworkOrange on Sun Jun 08, 2008 1:03 pm

Wow... :|>
Paul, that was awesome.
Your drawing didn't really falter through the whole thing.. i wish i had the same luck!
Congratulations on finishing, i really really liked that!
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby Laocorn on Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:11 pm

That was unique and trippy, and I mean that in the best of ways... jolly good show Paul!
"The Best Way to be Remembered is to Have a Life Worth Remembering" - Bruce Lee.

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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby FlyAwayPeter on Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:41 pm

Wow, Tom Cruise DOES look totally qualified to give people medical advice when you draw him that way!!
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby fox.django on Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:49 pm

I really enjoy that, great book, love the simple lines, very direct, if that makes any sense...
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby Timothy Merks on Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:33 pm

I really enjoyed that! Some great drawn facial expressions. Great work
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby tonia on Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:57 pm

Thats gold Paul, you S.P. you! I loved the volcano explosion - the story really holds together well too.
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby FlyAwayPeter on Mon Jun 09, 2008 12:46 pm

Hey I forgot to mention how much i liked the MASSIVE volcano explosion. It was massive!
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby breachy on Mon Jun 09, 2008 1:05 pm

It traveled (or floated?) along so beautifully Paul, nicely done! The protagonists pain was so well conceived and chemist/Scientology bookstore made me laugh out loud. Onya.
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby Pauk on Mon Jun 09, 2008 1:32 pm

Thanks Bec, the volcano was MASSIVE, and was meant to represent the MASSIVE headache he had. I somehow forgot to use the actual word. Doh! I must have been really tired.
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby Egofreaky on Mon Jun 09, 2008 5:11 pm

Noooo, 4chan has made its way onto Pulp Faction!!!
Then again, I personally know 'random catgirl' and 'gas mask girl'... So maybe I should just give up and join in...

Damn fine comic though, Paul.
Personal experience, or practical dislike?
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Re: Paul McClintock / "Clear" / Melbourne *FINISHED* 16 Pages

Postby Pauk on Mon Jun 09, 2008 7:55 pm

Egofreaky wrote:Personal experience, or practical dislike?


More like non-specific dislike of all weirdo belief systems... this is just an easy target, because it is so openly spastic.
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