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the hiatus is over. once and for ALL.
and I've had a lot of time to reflect and as it turns out recuperate?





I should be lettering right now.
see you in a few days.
yee hee hee
  • Listening to: how did this get made
  • Reading: stuff about archeology
  • Watching: people play destiny on twitch
  • Playing: metroid
  • Eating: almonds and banana chips
  • Drinking: water

What's a good length for an art vlog? 

41%
12 deviants said 15 mins (i'm on my break, make this good!)
28%
8 deviants said 25 mins (if its really interesting.)
21%
6 deviants said 5 mins (i got other things to do!)
10%
3 deviants said 60 mins (what is this school?! C'MON!)
0%
No deviants said 40 mins (now you're pushing it buddy!)

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SolomonMars
Solomon Mars
Artist | Professional | Film & Animation
United States
I'm an animator, and comic book artist

I enjoy, animation, comics, devouring planets, and punching people in the face... WITH HAPPINESS!

Current Residence: Calamityville
Favourite genre of music: ska, punk, psychobilly, trip hop, various metal, game OSTs, electronic, blah blah blah
Operating System: xp
MP3 player of choice: sansa fuze
Personal Quote: live, love, and eat fruit
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ssxion Featured By Owner Edited 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hey solomon i always wanted to know how do you get rid of your red lines in your comic pages?
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coolbreeze88 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Digital Artist
Oh and by the way I cant wait for Goblyn to start back up. I bet there's going to be a huge art bump after all the months of practicing you've been doing. :D
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SolomonMars Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Professional Filmographer
haha
hmm... maybe. hrm... maybe not huge.
but a little.
you know, I can't really tell.
it's hard to notice looking from the inside, out.
it's all happening little by little, day by day,
growing like grass.
the only way i notice is by looking back at older work.
it's mostly like that for all artists. it seems.
tho i do have some friends who obsess all along the way.
too stressful for me. I just wanna' have fun.


but i hope some of it is looking better.
i think it looks cleaner now.
a little.
haha
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coolbreeze88 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Digital Artist
smars, you do know that there's more than just the big 2 in the comics publishing world (marvel and DC).

It says right on the Image Comics website that they give you ALL and I mean ALL the creative freedom for your comic (your personally in charge of writing, art direction, font fixing, etc.) while they will just simply publish and it and distribute it after approval.

you can just simply submit your Goblyn comic for review via email on their website. no red tape, just email the PDF and done.

see, I told you I would find you a publisher and yes I think you're ready oh and have fun :3 imagecomics.com/about/submissi…
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SolomonMars Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Professional Filmographer
oh yah, I don't even mess with the big two.
I only talk to the other guys.
and I've been sending in submissions packs for years up to recently
but so far, they don't really like any of the series I'm doing or proposing.
and a few times in the past a couple editors at some companies openly admitted
the problem was simply they didn't know how to market me to an audience.
:/ 

I'll probably be at emerald city comicon when it comes up again to bug them all in person to look at my stuff.
it's a long expensive trip, but I think it will be worth it, if I can get them to listen to what I have to say for even two seconds.

but thanks for looking out.
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