Guess what I found in the train this morning

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Re: Guess what I found in the train this morning

#21  Postby Mike_L » May 17, 2019 10:37 am

I quite like the artwork in the Chick tracts.
There's none of the Photoshop-enabled "cheat" tracing that many comic-artists of today resort to.
As a result, "Chick" illustrations exhibit less-than-perfect proportions, perspective, etc. -- but that only adds to the charm, IMO.
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Re: Guess what I found in the train this morning

#22  Postby Svartalf » May 17, 2019 10:47 am

felltoearth wrote:They're pretty awesome. There's one that talks about satanism and D&D. Hilarious.

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Re: Guess what I found in the train this morning

#23  Postby proudfootz » May 17, 2019 1:02 pm

Mike_L wrote:I quite like the artwork in the Chick tracts.
There's none of the Photoshop-enabled "cheat" tracing that many comic-artists of today resort to.
As a result, "Chick" illustrations exhibit less-than-perfect proportions, perspective, etc. -- but that only adds to the charm, IMO.


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#24  Postby NineBerry » May 17, 2019 1:33 pm

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Re: Guess what I found in the train this morning

#25  Postby Mike_L » May 17, 2019 5:14 pm

proudfootz wrote:
Mike_L wrote:I quite like the artwork in the Chick tracts.
There's none of the Photoshop-enabled "cheat" tracing that many comic-artists of today resort to.
As a result, "Chick" illustrations exhibit less-than-perfect proportions, perspective, etc. -- but that only adds to the charm, IMO.


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