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General / Re: 2000AD Original Art Thread
« Last post by monkeygod on Today at 08:44:43 am »
Finally get to show this off - technically not from 2000AD, but a cover for the upcoming IDW 2018 Judge Dredd series "Under Siege".


A local artist I follow, Alan Quah, posted a WIP teaser on his facebook. I messaged him about the piece and luckily, even though I hadn't purchased anything from him before, he remembered meeting me at a couple of conventions so we managed to strike a fair deal. Before I could receive the piece though, Alan contacted me to inform me that his editor requested a change from the original Lawgiver Mk.1 to the in-continuity Mk.2, which is why the one-off prints show the published 'Day' version with the Mk. 2 and an alternate 'Night' version with the Mk. 1 :)

General / Re: Best strips of 2017
« Last post by CalHab on Today at 08:38:27 am »
If we're doing the Meg as well, then my vote is:
1- Lawless
2- Lawless
3- Lawless

HMs for Lawless, Lawless and Lawless (which sounds like a disreputable legal firm).
Film & TV / Re: Current TV Boxset Addiction
« Last post by Tiplodocus on Today at 08:37:30 am »
It's on Amazon Prime not Netflix. Sorry.
Books & Comics / Re: The Zarjaz, Dogbreath & FQP comics thread
« Last post by Bolt-01 on Today at 08:37:14 am »
Dan is coming on leaps and bounds!  I initially had that down as Patrick Goddard at a glance - I'm not misremembering he has another Dredd on the way?

Dan originally thought he'd got a nice clear slate to work on this, but then TMO got in touch- not sure exactly what he's working on, but it will be a pleasure to see him back in the prog.
Welcome to the board / Re: Oldie but a Newbie
« Last post by CalHab on Today at 08:30:41 am »
It should be on "Forum Profile" under the Profile tab at the top.
Music / Re: Best Cover Versions
« Last post by CalHab on Today at 08:28:23 am »
Ryan Adams' Taylor Swift covers album is a work of genius, even if you're not a fan of Ms Swift:
Prog / Re: Prog 2069 : Warrior's code
« Last post by Big_Dave on Today at 07:42:29 am »
Compare it with Teague's work on Savage

patrick goddard
Prog / Re: Prog 2069 : Warrior's code
« Last post by Tjm86 on Today at 07:25:10 am »
Ironically for me, Langley's artwork is the final nail in the coffin.  I just find it too dense and laborious to work with as narrative art.  For cover art it's spot on.  Compare it with Teague's work on Savage.  Same writer but two different artists.  Pretty much the same ideas, in fact you could argue that Savage is ABC Warriors / Ro-busters pre-history (albeit shoehorned).  Granted ABC seems to have crawled up its own backside at the moment, I don't know I just don't bother any more.  I tend to skim it and move on.   :|
Are we talking script or art pages? And if art,  what dimensions?

Scriptwise, if you aren't interested in a rapid delivery,  or tracking/registering/insuring, it's $2-$3.

Artwise,  I'd say you'd need to get a quote based on size,  weight, insurance requirements.  And depending on all that, $30 could be on the cheaper side.
Website and Forum / About how much does it cost to ship from US to UK?
« Last post by A_Demir on Today at 03:27:00 am »
I recall the website saying that they only accept submissions mailed directly to their office in Oxford, does anyone know roughly what it would cost to ship something like a parcel containing a few pages from America to England? I had heard it can average somewhere around 30 USD, which sounds pretty steep for a submission.
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