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Nightmare Challenge – Jeremy Aaron Moore Thumbnail

Nightmare Challenge – Jeremy Aaron Moore

  My goal in this challenge was to try and capture the drama of the scene with the diagonals and the gesture of the pose rather than with the details of the character itself. The bloody axe and creepy house on the hill do well enough to suggest that something terrible is happening here, but

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March 2013 First Friday – Jeremy Aaron Moore Thumbnail

March 2013 First Friday – Jeremy Aaron Moore

"Sisters of Aroostook" Inspired by Curtis Gray's manuscript, Sorrow Sublime.    

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Frontier Heroine – Jeremy Aaron Moore Thumbnail

Frontier Heroine – Jeremy Aaron Moore

I've been wanting to sketch something in this type of theme for a while. Something with a Victorian-esk clothed woman with her back turned towards us with some sort of threat behind her. I don't know who or what that threat is yet but I'll eventually figure it out. Originally I had thought of ha

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Nymph Challenge – Jeremy Aaron Moore Thumbnail

Nymph Challenge – Jeremy Aaron Moore

Here's a sketch for the Nymph ArtOrder Challenge. I guess she's some sort of a Limoniad meadow nymph. I think I'll probably scrap it at this point and maybe go with something else but it was fun messing around with it for a little bit anyhow.

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Flight Challenge – Jeremy Aaron Moore

Here's my piece for the "Flight" challenge. It's a sketch of a character from the comic I've been working on lately. Its been a real challenge developing some of the characters and "feel" of the book right now. This is a shot of the main character as he's tearing through the atmosphere in to space.

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Introducing Jeremy Moore!

I'm not entirely sure where I first came across Jeremy's work - I'm sure it must have been on one of my many foray's into the wild blue internet. But the moment I saw his work, I was intrigued. Whether he's fully painting something or he's using more of a line approach, there's just a wonderful fe

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