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#51 2008-01-04 15:13:14

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Cornerstone #2 Cover Pencils: Chris Lesley

http://www.cadrecorner.com/shared/Cornerstone/IssueTwo/Cornerstone2Pencils.jpg

Comments Welcome!

That much closer folks...

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#52 2008-01-04 20:10:49

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Totally tubular frawesome picture!!

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#53 2008-01-05 02:53:52

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

HOLY MOLEY!!!! What a cover!! I wanna see it in color NOW!

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#54 2008-01-05 14:52:16

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Me love that picture longtime (LOL).

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#55 2008-01-06 09:16:17

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

I hope to have the cover inked asap and on its way to the Corners very own Dennis VanBelzin for colorization.  Stay tuned and keep those comments coming.

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#56 2008-01-06 11:20:43

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

I have two wee comments smile

The dark werewolf's back hand, the one coming in for the swipe? With the thumb bent in like that, the profile is a little lost - it might look better with the thumb out, curved like the other fingers?

And the way the lighter werewolf is holding the spear is a little awkward for the motion he's going for - it would be a bit more natural if his fist were turned the other way.

Dat's it! It is an awesome pic - and combining werewolves and hieroglyphics?? How could you go wrong!! big_smile


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#57 2008-01-07 05:57:15

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

WolfMontana wrote:

combining werewolves and hieroglyphics?? How could you go wrong!! big_smile

RedStreak would be happy to hear that, WolfMontana. By the way, they're not both werewolves. Set (the one up in the air) is the wolf god and Anubis (the one close to the ground) is the jackal god. Notice his long ears.

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#58 2008-01-07 15:10:35

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

points noted... as for the hand, that was a question I had as well... however, after some study on the subject, to thrust the spear (not throw), it's accurate although awkward looking to some degree... thanks fot the notes though and I'll see what I can do about making it a bit less awkward. big_smile

WolfMontana wrote:

I have two wee comments smile

The dark werewolf's back hand, the one coming in for the swipe? With the thumb bent in like that, the profile is a little lost - it might look better with the thumb out, curved like the other fingers?

And the way the lighter werewolf is holding the spear is a little awkward for the motion he's going for - it would be a bit more natural if his fist were turned the other way.

Dat's it! It is an awesome pic - and combining werewolves and hieroglyphics?? How could you go wrong!! big_smile

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#59 2008-01-07 15:11:06

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Very astute observation there sir. big_smile

BlueEyesWolf wrote:

WolfMontana wrote:

combining werewolves and hieroglyphics?? How could you go wrong!! big_smile

RedStreak would be happy to hear that, WolfMontana. By the way, they're not both werewolves. Set (the one up in the air) is the wolf god and Anubis (the one close to the ground) is the jackal god. Notice his long ears.

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#60 2008-01-07 16:36:36

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

BlueEyesWolf wrote:

WolfMontana wrote:

combining werewolves and hieroglyphics?? How could you go wrong!! big_smile

RedStreak would be happy to hear that, WolfMontana. By the way, they're not both werewolves. Set (the one up in the air) is the wolf god and Anubis (the one close to the ground) is the jackal god. Notice his long ears.

Aaaah... whoops big_smile Sorrreee!


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#61 2008-01-07 22:25:06

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

WolfMontana wrote:

BlueEyesWolf wrote:

WolfMontana wrote:

combining werewolves and hieroglyphics?? How could you go wrong!! big_smile

RedStreak would be happy to hear that, WolfMontana. By the way, they're not both werewolves. Set (the one up in the air) is the wolf god and Anubis (the one close to the ground) is the jackal god. Notice his long ears.

Aaaah... whoops big_smile Sorrreee!

That's the interesting thing with Ancient Egypt - they often have animal or animal-headed gods but there's nothing about were-animals at all.  More often the kind of monsters that frequented their folklore were ghosts...maybe the occassional crocodile but in terms of supernatural it was always some kind of spirit of ghost, often the specter of an angry ancestor whose tomb has been allowed to crumble.  So, with guys like Set and Anubis here, always remember they're gods, not werewolves...

...but of course being canine nevertheless it's only appropriate to showcase them here at the Werewolf Cafe cool


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#62 2008-01-08 02:32:00

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Midnight wrote:

There's another Egyptian god with canine attributes... not quite sure what his name is, Wepawet or something like that. He might have been wolf-headed too. (I know Anubis was the jackal-headed one and also know of one with a bird's head).

...and I have plans for issues starring him as well and many other deities too. wink


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#63 2008-01-08 11:10:50

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

You will have Wepwawet too?? YAY! big_smile

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#64 2008-01-12 20:35:40

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

What a great cover!  I can't wait to see the Cadre inks on that!

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#65 2008-03-18 08:04:09

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

CORNERSTONE #2 Cover Inks done... colors coming soon...

http://www.cadrecorner.com/shared/Cornerstone/IssueTwo/CornerstoneCover2Inks.jpg

CORNERSTONE 2 COMING SOON... STAY TUNED!

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#66 2008-03-18 10:49:54

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Looks great!


A harmonic sound such as a vibrating string is one in where the harmonics are mathematically related by what is called the harmonic series.
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#67 2008-03-18 16:24:44

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Just wait till you see the colors guys and gals...I should know...


...since I have. wink


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#68 2008-03-18 19:14:28

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

LOOKS SO AWESOME!

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#69 2008-03-19 04:10:24

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

FANTASTIC !!!

RedStreak wrote:

Just wait till you see the colors guys and gals...I should know...


...since I have. wink

hmm  Don't rub it in, Red.....

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#70 2008-03-19 09:48:01

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

RedStreak wrote:

Just wait till you see the colors guys and gals...I should know...


...since I have. wink

You are a cheeky little devil Red.  smile


A harmonic sound such as a vibrating string is one in where the harmonics are mathematically related by what is called the harmonic series.
I wanna win your heart and take you to another place you never thought or could dream of.  -- The Halo Friendlies

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#71 2008-03-20 06:57:04

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Maybe that's how RedStreak got his name....

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#72 2008-03-20 07:22:09

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

colors are almost done... got Dennis making some slight alterations as we speak... so stay tuned.

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#73 2008-04-02 08:21:31

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

CORNERSTONE #2 COVER
Pencilled by: Chris "cannonball" Lesley
Inked by: Jesse "Cadre" Hansen
Colored by: Dennis VanBelzen
http://cadrecorner.com/shared/Cornerstone/IssueTwo/CORNERSTONE2COVER.jpg

Thoughts and critiques strongly encouraged and appreciated...

whole creative process

http://cadrecorner.com/shared/Cornerstone/IssueTwo/Cornerstone2CoverProcess.jpg

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#74 2008-04-02 12:33:36

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

*smiles wearing a pair of sunglasses to avoid being blinded by its radiance* cool


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#75 2008-04-02 19:31:08

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Re: CORNERSTONE book by the Cadre Corner Studios

Is it on sale yet?  big_smile


A harmonic sound such as a vibrating string is one in where the harmonics are mathematically related by what is called the harmonic series.
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