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Wednesday Addams by GeorgeLiquor
Wednesday Addams
The background window is watercolor, but the rest is ink, another entry in my Inktobering.

I don't post everything here, so visit my Blog to see more Inktober entries futurelandfillpress.tumblr.com…
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My last quarter at SCAD is about to commence and I don't feel anymore ready for anything. I quite enjoy school, except for the 30% of it that is complete bullshit. I've taken math, speech, intro to design classes that taught me how to hold pencils, and I still have a few to go as I'm taking Intro to Anthropology this fall. Due to all these classes that I supposedly needed to fit the accreditation of the school I missed out on classes that would have been extremely useful and was looking forward to. In one case they actually fired the teacher and didn't replace him with anyone even close to his pedigree.

My degree does not earn me anything, most people in the rest of the world don't even understand what skills go into sequential art. I usually just say I'm an illustrator, because technically it's true but it also takes less explanation and people have some idea of what that is thanks to familiar names like Rockwell. In theory I could do storyboarding, but without a portfolio to show that specific skill in that specific format I once again am not likely to convince anyone.

I know many people that either just graduated or will soon do so and very few have found jobs in the field, no matter their level of talent. SCAD boasts a 91% employment level but they don't boast about what degree these lucky folks earned, or how much they earn at these prestigious positions. There is a large difference between a degree that has a clear path to a job and degrees like mine that relies exclusively on how much of a go getter you are. The only class I took that was at all about some clear goals was in the Illustration department. Sequential students are basically taught technical skills and told to be timely and nice, but you better be driven or have a specific passion in mind to get anywhere near the next step.

So I'm trying to do something, it's not glamorous and there is more chance of losing money than making it, but it's something I want to do and it give me a chance to see if I can engage people with an idea. I don't want to talk about it too much, not that I'm superstitious, but there is an element of talking more than doing that can fuck you over. If the project starts coming together I will post about it on my blog futurelandfillpress.tumblr.com… Within a month there should be some signs of success or a failure to engage on my part.

But now it's time to draw a thirsty priest ;)
  • Listening to: Aussitôt Mort
Iain The Incontinent by GeorgeLiquor
Iain The Incontinent
Iain The Incontinent is often late to battles, due to his enlarged prostate, which is also why he long ago gave up wearing pants. However, don't be fooled by his leaky nature, he will rip your soul from carcass using ancient Latvian Magick! Be Ware The Incontinent one Approaches! He's also grumpy because he doesn't always get a full night of sleep.
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Bill Nye The Blue State Guy by GeorgeLiquor
Bill Nye The Blue State Guy
This was requested by someone and it was rather challenging to imagine Bill with a real gun, I just never really saw it in my head. This is also not a great likeness, but the whole thing felt weird and somehow wrong. I like Bill very much and I hope if he sees this someday he will know it was done with tongue firmly in cheek.
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My last quarter at SCAD is about to commence and I don't feel anymore ready for anything. I quite enjoy school, except for the 30% of it that is complete bullshit. I've taken math, speech, intro to design classes that taught me how to hold pencils, and I still have a few to go as I'm taking Intro to Anthropology this fall. Due to all these classes that I supposedly needed to fit the accreditation of the school I missed out on classes that would have been extremely useful and was looking forward to. In one case they actually fired the teacher and didn't replace him with anyone even close to his pedigree.

My degree does not earn me anything, most people in the rest of the world don't even understand what skills go into sequential art. I usually just say I'm an illustrator, because technically it's true but it also takes less explanation and people have some idea of what that is thanks to familiar names like Rockwell. In theory I could do storyboarding, but without a portfolio to show that specific skill in that specific format I once again am not likely to convince anyone.

I know many people that either just graduated or will soon do so and very few have found jobs in the field, no matter their level of talent. SCAD boasts a 91% employment level but they don't boast about what degree these lucky folks earned, or how much they earn at these prestigious positions. There is a large difference between a degree that has a clear path to a job and degrees like mine that relies exclusively on how much of a go getter you are. The only class I took that was at all about some clear goals was in the Illustration department. Sequential students are basically taught technical skills and told to be timely and nice, but you better be driven or have a specific passion in mind to get anywhere near the next step.

So I'm trying to do something, it's not glamorous and there is more chance of losing money than making it, but it's something I want to do and it give me a chance to see if I can engage people with an idea. I don't want to talk about it too much, not that I'm superstitious, but there is an element of talking more than doing that can fuck you over. If the project starts coming together I will post about it on my blog futurelandfillpress.tumblr.com… Within a month there should be some signs of success or a failure to engage on my part.

But now it's time to draw a thirsty priest ;)
  • Listening to: Aussitôt Mort

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Ugis B
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:iconnull-entity:
Null-Entity Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Danke for faving ^_^
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thekymeric Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014
Uuuuuuuuuuuuugggggggiiiiiiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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Trentlynch Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fav
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tiamat9 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013
Thanks for the favorite.
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Trentlynch Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome gallery
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GeorgeLiquor Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks, I dig yours too, interesting approach, everything is just slightly distorted and in some cases it's hard to tell what exactly is going on.
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Trentlynch Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for taken the time to look at my gallery, means alot.
keep up with the impressive illustration
and thanks for the fav
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MDraker Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for the fav you gave me on BANE!!
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GeorgeLiquor Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
It's quite enjoyable :)
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EvilCake Featured By Owner May 30, 2012
Cool just had to search for "ugis"
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