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The Origins of Mankind
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Groom of the Tyrannosaur Queen by povorot
Groom of the Tyrannosaur Queen
A cover i did for my compatriot Daniel Bensen, for his awesome time-travel barbarian adventure "Groom of the Tyrannosaur Queen" www.amazon.com/Groom-Tyrannosa…
Go buy it and read it!!
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Euhumanist Soldier by povorot
Euhumanist Soldier
What the culture that built the habitat (from "habitat") looks like after a few generations trapped down a gravity well. I'm starting to scheme about what project to embark on next, now that i have the end of this story planned. Maybe exploring some themes of colonialism, transhumanism, and eugenics?
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Habitat-part-1-page-9 by povorot
Habitat-part-1-page-9
One of the splash pages from Habitat, my current big project, coming out in Island Magazine. Basically, it's the far corner of a star trek style civilization gone to shit, ruled by cannibals, and coming to a comic store near you
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I haven't been updating on here for too long, but once that new year hits, expect a lot more sci-fi shit right here

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Simon Roy
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I'm a comic book artist, Dinosaur enthusiast, and slavic-culture nerd. What more could you need?

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With a road trip and a convention (the always amazing VanCAF) under my belt since the last time I updated this sad, dusty journal, new events! New announcements!

First off - Robin McConnell is posting road trip travelogues, documenting our wild and crazy adventures on the road (image above - me getting picked up at the dawn of the first day with a positively glowing brandon graham). CHECK IT OUT HERE

Secondly - On Saturday June 7th, I'll be in Olympia for the Olympia Comics Festival, where myself, Jesse Reklaw, and Charles Burns (!!!) will be special guests, complete with a roundtable discussion and everything. More info here!

Thirdly - June 21st, Ed Brisson and I will be in Baltimore, doing a signing at Third Eye Comics!

Fourthly - The month ends for me at the Metchosin Summer School for the Arts,  where I'll be spending the 28th-29th teaching a comics course. If you're interested in bringing some stuff to workshop and explore, it's a cheap weekend and I think, from the cool people I've already talked to who will be taking it, it'll be a constructive time. Sign up before it's too late!!!!

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Bohomouse Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
I love your prehistoric studies MI-Contest :inventwheel: My favourite, of course, is the mammoths, they look huggable and scary. Keep up the good work.
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KingWillhamII Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015
Happy Birthday! :D
Here's your gift: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LpMB1… ;)
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HUBLERDON Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday!
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DesOrages Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday!
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Rodlox Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2015
Have a great and safe birthday!
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jummbl Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
happy early birthday!
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MREMILABLE Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
i was wonder what if the K-T meteor never hit and if Yoko Littner (From gurren lagann) was born and this is what i came up with
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Chamjari Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015   General Artist
I was really blown away by your artistic style and life form ideas in Prophet. One of my fave comics to date and I'm kinda old.
All the earth creatures seemed to have speciated  and held grotesque common traits.
The xiux-guin blade with its death mask and trophies was especially memorable.
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Parasky Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've been a fan of your work for a long time, particularly your amphorans and hoppers, and I absolutely love your art style that somehow manages to get all the detail of a finished product while still having a sketch-like look to it. I recently picked up a copy of Tiger Lung and was blown away. The setting is novel, the stories are phenomenal, and the characters are well rounded and believable. I only have one complaint: it's too short! I need more! I sincerely hope this won't be the last time we get to follow Tiger Lung on his adventures. I don't normally do this sort of thing but I just had to let you know your art--both the drawings and storytelling--have brought me joy and returned that spark of imagination that had been dying down in my soul lately. You're living the dream, man. Never forget that.

Oh, I gave it a great review on Amazon and recommended it to all my friends by the way. That is something I rarely do, so savor it haha.
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povorot Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2015
Dang man I'm never on here - and i feel like an ass for missing this! thanks so much! I'm currently reading some big books on shamanism and the ice age (seperate subjects, in this case). I know I'm a year too late, but thank you so much for the kind words - it helps me keep going too!
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