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  1. It is, but to be honest, I was trying to give the viewer a different focal point than her nipples.
  2. Did a quick collaboration with Harold Edge on this pic while I was warming up for the second half of Fallen Justice #2. After taking a day away from it, I can already see that the hair is too saturated and I need some stronger highlights on the gloves and boots. I'll have to get that fixed. What do you guys think though?
  3. I found out about the 100 Artists Project late last week and even though I haven't picked up a pencil to draw anything of substance in over a decade, I decided to throw my hat in the ring. This is what I came up with. Feel free to tell me that it's complete crap. For those of you interested in the project, information can be found here: 100 Artists Project Website There is a loose deadline to have things mailed by the 30th, so there isn't much time to get things in, but for those that may already have something to submit, it's definitely worth checking out. Basically, they want
  4. That Ross sure is a swell guy... I'm sure I'll do another one some day. Unfortunately (or, thankfully, if you're looking at it from my bank accounts perspective), I'm hip deep in some other coloring work for the time being. In a month or two, I might be able to work something else up. Until then, if anyone has any questions or suggestions, please feel free to let me know.
  5. I guess this is as good a place as any to introduce myself. My name is Ross Hughes. I'm a freelance digital colorist. Am I famous? No, not yet, but my wife keeps hoping. I'm currently the colorist for a Small Press (for now) mini-series called Fallen Justice. It's written by Cary Kelly and Steven Forbes, and penciled by Harold Edge of Sixgun Samurai fame. I haven't been fortunate enough to land a gig at one of the big two yet but a pin-up I worked on can be seen in back of Emissary #5 from Image Comics. So here are a few pieces that I've colored either for those or just for fun.
  6. Yeah, I don't really know what took me so long to get over here. Thanks for the vote.
  7. Hey guys, I'm the colorist on a project called Advent that is entered into this year's Small Press Idol contest over at Dimestore Productions website. The winner of the contest will have a four issue run published and printed through Dimestore. This is the second year that I've entered the contest. Last year, the team made it into the fourth (and final) round of the contest, but was forced to drop out when one of our team members couldn't participate any longer. This year the majority of the team is back together again, and we've all got something to prove. We're into the second rou