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Works, Thoughts and picks by Ricardo Venâncio

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Change of pace today. After working days away on a digitally colored pitch, my next comics work will be a b/w short with animal characters, so what better excuse to train inking and drawing animals than doing a long planned #MouseGuard fanart? It’s such a great comic, really wished it was translated in portuguese, my niece would love it. #creatorowned #comics #fanart #drawing #inks #sketchbook #process

Change of pace today. After working days away on a digitally colored pitch, my next comics work will be a b/w short with animal characters, so what better excuse to train inking and drawing animals than doing a long planned #MouseGuard fanart? It’s such a great comic, really wished it was translated in portuguese, my niece would love it. #creatorowned #comics #fanart #drawing #inks #sketchbook #process

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Stepping away from the screen for a bit, this morning, so, here’s a bit of Punk Storm for you. There was a moment this drawing wasn’t going anywhere, but I think I managed to save in the end. So much that now I’m hesitating in slapping some watercolors on it. #drawing #process #comics #xmen #storm #art #portrait #sketch #marvel

Stepping away from the screen for a bit, this morning, so, here’s a bit of Punk Storm for you. There was a moment this drawing wasn’t going anywhere, but I think I managed to save in the end. So much that now I’m hesitating in slapping some watercolors on it. #drawing #process #comics #xmen #storm #art #portrait #sketch #marvel

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KaBOOMbox on Bleeding Cool

Hey everyone,

Check out this great review of KaBOOMbox by Bleeding Cool, with a run through some of the material inside the anthology.

Thank you to Bleeding Cool for spotlighting my work in the middle of all these gifted people.

Also, and very important, go check out the works of the (unfortunately) unmentioned talents also included in the book, Brand New Nostalgia’s own Alessandro Micelli, Mateus Santolouco, João Vieira and Brian Churilla.

And stay tuned to both Brand New Nostalgia’s Tumblr and the Out Of Step Arts store to know how to order this massive artbook.

Cheers.
Ricardo

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Resting my eyes from the computer work with some designs for the next sequential thing. And what do you know, I kinda inked something interesting for a change. #makecomics #gooddog

Resting my eyes from the computer work with some designs for the next sequential thing. And what do you know, I kinda inked something interesting for a change. #makecomics #gooddog

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Thank you to Newsarama for the awesome words on KaBOOMbox. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to read the 10/10 review. http://www.newsarama.com/21445-best-shots-rapid-reviews-batman-eternal-12-ms-marvel-5-much-more.html

brandnewnostalgia:

outofsteparts:

While we are still in the process of shipping out kickstarter incentives and contributor comp copies of the kaBOOMbox Vol.1 anthology, we were able to have a few on hand with us at Heroes Con a few weekends back. George Marston from Newsarama.com picked one up and was kind enough to review it. Here’s what he had to say.

"KaBOOMbox, Vol. 1 (Published by Brand New Nostalgia; Review by George Marston; ‘Rama Rating: 10 out of 10): In a way, it’s hard to review a book like KaBOOMbox Vol. 1. It’s not really a story, or a collection of stories, so much as a yearbook of some of the indie comics world’s brightest up and comers. With contributions from too many amazing creators to name them all, KaBOOMbox is a perfect starting point for anyone looking to break out of the mainstream scene. Typically excellent pieces from names like Tradd Moore, Toby Cypress and Ming Doyle anchor bigger surprises from Andrew MacLean, Joe Querio, and Jorge Coelho, and even that is only scratching the surface. With not a dud in almost 100 pages, KaBOOMbox, Vol. 1 is a perfect window into the zeitgeist of a burgeoning corner of the indie publishing scene.” (link)

A lot of love and hard work went into that book, so I’m glad it shows through. And as soon as we can get the books into the hands of all the people who helped make it (Hold tight, folks. They’re coming.), we’ll be offering copies for sale in the OOSA Store

Stay tuned!

Well, that’s flattering…

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