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Shcenz

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Finland
I love travelling, chocolate, reading, dogs, horses (actually all kinds of furry beings :3), summer and good tv series.

I dislike mean people, war, selfishness, bugs and horror movies.
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Nameless by Shcenz
Nameless
We will see her soon in the comic! I still have to come up with a name for her. Names are always tricky.

Haven't used crayons in a while. It was quite fun :)
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Fear of heights by Shcenz
Fear of heights
"...but it's so high!"
"Just jump."

Dieblo and Garath in the flight rehearsals. An assassin must use their wings, yes?

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Since Dieblo is being a total jerk at the moment in the comic, I wanted to recall how lovely little wuss he used to be :D

Watercolor practise for me, yay!

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What comic? Read here: shcenz.deviantart.com/art/Quir…
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  • Mood: Sentimental
  • Reading: Elfquest
  • Eating: Rice chocolate (homemade u__u)
  • Drinking: Green tee

Staying up late gives you always the greatest ideas. Mine is to update my silent journal life on dA to say a few words about an old comic, which I thought I had forgotten. Brace yourselves for sentimental nonsense Hmm. Evil plotting in progress. 

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The first time i got Elfquest comic in my hand was when me and my friends found it in our local library. In Finland they had translated a color comic version of it (basically chapters 1-5 which I know understand, is only the tip of an iceberg). I remember liking it and reading it out loud with my friend over and over again. The tail of the wolfriders was so amazing, it intrigued our imagination as well as our interest to develop our drawing skills (wolves, we wanted to draw wolves! And in different angles!).

After that I bought a pocket version about Cutter’s father Bearclaw and enjoyed it as much (even though the different side stories with various artists bugged me a little bit). I remember several times looking at the other stories in a comic store as well, but never felt interested enough to buy them. They also were in English, which back then, was a bit hard for me to read.

Elfquest has remained in my mind (till these days) a nice short story, which intrigued me when I was a teenager. And now, a while ago my friend bought the Complete Elfquest Volume 1 (which contains chapters 1-20!). An old hunger woke up and i waited eagerly to complete the story. Finally i loaned it.

So, what happened when adult me, got the book in my hands? I fell in love! Absolutely! Even after over ten years, the storyline and art of the black and white comic is so lovely and capturing that I wouldn’t want to leave the book from my hands even for a second.

That said, it reminds me that i still have a lot to learn about drawing comics, characters, surroundings, plots etc. And when you think of it, it’s actually a good thing, when you want to develop as an artist.

I owe my thanks to the amazing pair Wendy and Richard Pini, the creators of Elfquest :worship:

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Do you guys have similar experiences about certain comics, or maybe even about Elfquest? I’d love to hear your thoughts and experiences :)

 
(Here is the result of all my thinking. Garath educating me after reading Elfquest :D)

Elfquest Moment by Shcenz



…I better get back to reading, still a lot of left and i might learn something! 

  • Mood: Sentimental
  • Reading: Elfquest
  • Eating: Rice chocolate (homemade u__u)
  • Drinking: Green tee

Staying up late gives you always the greatest ideas. Mine is to update my silent journal life on dA to say a few words about an old comic, which I thought I had forgotten. Brace yourselves for sentimental nonsense Hmm. Evil plotting in progress. 

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The first time i got Elfquest comic in my hand was when me and my friends found it in our local library. In Finland they had translated a color comic version of it (basically chapters 1-5 which I know understand, is only the tip of an iceberg). I remember liking it and reading it out loud with my friend over and over again. The tail of the wolfriders was so amazing, it intrigued our imagination as well as our interest to develop our drawing skills (wolves, we wanted to draw wolves! And in different angles!).

After that I bought a pocket version about Cutter’s father Bearclaw and enjoyed it as much (even though the different side stories with various artists bugged me a little bit). I remember several times looking at the other stories in a comic store as well, but never felt interested enough to buy them. They also were in English, which back then, was a bit hard for me to read.

Elfquest has remained in my mind (till these days) a nice short story, which intrigued me when I was a teenager. And now, a while ago my friend bought the Complete Elfquest Volume 1 (which contains chapters 1-20!). An old hunger woke up and i waited eagerly to complete the story. Finally i loaned it.

So, what happened when adult me, got the book in my hands? I fell in love! Absolutely! Even after over ten years, the storyline and art of the black and white comic is so lovely and capturing that I wouldn’t want to leave the book from my hands even for a second.

That said, it reminds me that i still have a lot to learn about drawing comics, characters, surroundings, plots etc. And when you think of it, it’s actually a good thing, when you want to develop as an artist.

I owe my thanks to the amazing pair Wendy and Richard Pini, the creators of Elfquest :worship:

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Do you guys have similar experiences about certain comics, or maybe even about Elfquest? I’d love to hear your thoughts and experiences :)

 
(Here is the result of all my thinking. Garath educating me after reading Elfquest :D)

Elfquest Moment by Shcenz



…I better get back to reading, still a lot of left and i might learn something! 

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Mononok Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2015
Thx for the fav :3
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Shcenz Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2015  Hobbyist
You're welcome ^^
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JWiesner Featured By Owner May 1, 2015
:iconbowingplz: Thank you very much for the +Watch!!
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Shcenz Featured By Owner May 1, 2015  Hobbyist
Don't mention it :) 
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Revan005 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015
Thanks for llama!:D
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Shcenz Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Hobbyist
Hooray for :llama: :D
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Revan005 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2015
Yes.:D
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Tohmo Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2015  Student Filmographer
Kiitokset kyttäilystä. :D
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Shcenz Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015  Hobbyist
No mutta tottahan toki :D
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Naseilen Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice gallery! Keep it up! :)
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