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  1. I'm posting alot lately... but hey.. it's blogs... I can blog every day thrice if I want... I was thinking it would be neat to have a collaboration of artists... not doom related even.. but just.. team up in pairs to make pieces.. like someone draw, someone color... or maybe a teamed up comic... any ideas?

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    2. Scuba Steve

      Scuba Steve

      BlueSonnet said:

      Btw: stealing a japanese art style has gone as far back as Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin when they used the japanese print style for their paintings if not further. Nothing new.

      Aubrey Beardsley used a style similar to Japanese ink drawings during the late 19th century.

      Oh and Anime is likely based off the stylings of the works of Walt Disney.

      "Stealing" might not be the correct term to use, morelike influenced. I might argue that alot of people are just copying the current "anime" fanwave. With sites like "How to Draw Anime" and Megatokyo spinoffs sprouting everyone, I don't think too many people are influenced by anime, just merely try to emulate it without developing their own style.

    3. rf`

      rf`

      Fuck Quake, let's do art.

      I don't really have the time or patience to do this sort of thing.

    4. Silverwyvern

      Silverwyvern

      Scuba Steve said:

      Aubrey Beardsley used a style similar to Japanese ink drawings during the late 19th century.

      Oh and Anime is likely based off the stylings of the works of Walt Disney.

      "Stealing" might not be the correct term to use, morelike influenced. I might argue that alot of people are just copying the current "anime" fanwave. With sites like "How to Draw Anime" and Megatokyo spinoffs sprouting everyone, I don't think too many people are influenced by anime, just merely try to emulate it without developing their own style.


      I'm certainly not a fan of recycled anime.

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