JunkyardSam

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2018-11-04 23:16:11
Somehow, a red sky seemed just right for the happy yellow flower.
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2018-10-26 11:42:15
Sketched in Rebelle. Printed out and inked with a fountain pen. Scanned back in and colored in Rebelle.
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2018-10-21 00:56:24
Three islands filled with people all alone out by the sea, You see, I'd love to join them but there is no room for me. That one guy climbed too high - I think they call him "Clumsy Paul?" Soon there may be room for me... I'm just waiting for his fall!
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2018-09-27 05:55:46
"This man is not cray-ZEE, he's just sick of his PC! So he ran out to a ledge and tossed it down into the sea. Google robots in the water want the data from his drive, So they can advertise more things to him no one should ever buy!"
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2018-09-26 11:58:07
This guy's running up like "Hey man, you know... If you're not going to use that computer I'll take it because you know... You don't have to throw it to those robots, man. You know?" Just like that.
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2018-09-25 09:14:34
"Floaty Boat Waves In" -- Another WIP detail shot. You can see the magic of Rebelle in these close up shots... bringing the fountain penned ink to life with color.
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2018-09-23 23:31:51
"With great frustration, the man threw his computer to the water robots." That's how I used to feel before discovering Rebelle! It makes digital art fun.
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2018-09-23 05:28:59
It's Triangle Man with a Triangle Plan, dropping big bombs on everyone that he can. Detail shot from a larger Rebelle work in progress. I am just LOVING the current version... the split color wheel option with the little dividers is surprisingly useful.
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2018-08-29 11:28:24
I recently discovered the Wimmelbilder subreddit and created this illustration to celebrate. Colored using Rebelle!
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2018-06-23 21:22:29
When Rebelle 3 by Escape Motions came out I wanted to create something that really shows off its power. I normally draw in fountain pen first, but this was created entirely from scratch in Rebelle 3. Digital art tends to be cold and impersonal, but Rebelle's watercolor simulation looks & feels like real paint... and you can undo! That's critical for illustration work, as clients often request changes... But even for personal work- it means an artist can achieve a watercolor look without being at the mercy of the medium. So the result is more true to his or her vision.