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I have no idea how this never got posted to dA.

This is my first contribution to Rabid Rabbit. It was published in Rabid Rabbit #2: Hot Hot Hot. Enjoy!
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5letters Jun 15, 2010
oh this is one i like...cool. so when u r going to do some more comics, will it be in black and white again or would u get really busy toning them or else...:) love this easily scetched style
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reubennegron Jun 15, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Rabid Rabbit is a black and white comic so all my submissions for them will be black and white with a 40% gray tone. As for my own work it really depends on the project. I think some of the stories will lend themselves well to black and white ink work but others will certainly be color.
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5letters Jun 20, 2010
Rabid Rabbit...the whole title is worth reading the comic -love this. are u selling it international i mean is it published for us usually ppl to get a copy of it. so all in all most of it will be in black and white really nice, i once bought a comic i really loved that was made in b/w as well, not too colourful like all the mickey and donald comics of disney.... itīs called whiteout dont know if u know it.
anyway white ink....mh i can remember i worked with it in former times in schooldays.
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reubennegron Jun 24, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Whiteout - is that the book about an federal marshal stationed in Antarctica? If so, I have both books. Great art. And as far as I know Rabid Rabbit is not being sold internationally but I'll look into that and let you know for sure. It really is an amazing book and everyone should have a chance to read it.
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5letters Jun 25, 2010
yes...thats it. i have it too myself...bought both books in a small bookstore one year ago...loved it from the very first start. the style the artist creates is so simple...(well at least it looks so easy) but as he wrote in the artistīs-comment in a several note of the book, itīs been a risk first, a challange creating the comic that way...and he succeeded.:D would order every single new book
btw...have u seen the movie ...had no time to do so yet...but i really wanna find out how they assembled the story into moving pictures.
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reubennegron Jun 28, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
I haven't seen the movie and I don't know if I really want to. So far, aside from 300 and the new Batman movies (and of course Akira), I've been pretty disappointed with every comic-movie adaptation I've seen. I think it's time i get myself to the comic store. I have an itch for some new stuff to read.
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gorgeous... though i feel like i've been left in the lurch, haha. kind of how you felt, i guess. :(
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reubennegron Jun 2, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Ah yes, but let the speculation begin!
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:iconpurinsesu-akisame:
Maybe her first time was with you?
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