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DESIGNER:
Brian Ewing 
VENUE:
Troubadour
Hollywood
CA
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Brian Ewing 
2004-10-06 13:35:04
 
BANDS:
Jimmy Eat World



Jimmy Eat World Poster - Troubadour, Hollywood - Brian Ewing



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DWITTSend DWITT a message :   I think this is my favorite Ewing poster. It will always be hanging in my studio.
super solid all around.
  2006-03-13 08:37:44
danieldangerSend danieldanger a message :   i already emailed him about them earlier today. not yet.   2004-10-22 20:10:20
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   are these available yet?   2004-10-22 20:05:49
EwingSend Ewing a message :   Ha...when I was a kid, I interviewed David Quinn and Tim Vigil when they went on their Faust tour. I was so diappointed that they were dorks. Cool comic and all...but the dudes were dorks.   2004-10-08 12:44:47
Beto RamirezSend Beto Ramirez a message :   Great pink, Brian!   2004-10-08 11:53:38
Brute666Send Brute666 a message :   I have a Faust poster by Tim Vigil which has the logo done with white-out! It's a full-color offset print. You would think somebody would have touched that up before printing.   2004-10-08 11:53:36
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   Electric erasers are great but you really need to be working on board not paper. They work on paper but you need a super light touch. http://www.artsuppliesonline.com/catalog.cfm?cata_id=6149
I heard Art Spiegelman talking about how hard it was for him to sell originals because he used a lot of white out.
Practice, practice practice.
  2004-10-08 09:55:38
JoltedJoelSend JoltedJoel a message :   what's the dealio with these batterie powered erasers?   2004-10-08 04:30:04
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Speed, confidence, and practice is all it takes. I practiced nightly for 2 years or so before I did any real finished pieces.   2004-10-08 00:37:44
GIGARTSend GIGART a message :   I am going to want to come over and watch you guys use them...cause I need a lesson and to see how its done...just can't image getting the detail and exactness...I need to go back and fix things all the time....   2004-10-08 00:30:37
JayJaySeriousSend JayJaySerious a message :   No matter how broke I am, I still have to have WN #7's. But if you test them at the store and get good ones with unsplit points, they can last for years if you treat them nice. But I cry for the days when I got them free at work. sigh.   2004-10-07 21:35:38
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Battery operated erasers are the best invention ever.   2004-10-07 20:44:43
JoltedJoelSend JoltedJoel a message :   I switched to brushes a few years ago. They are well worth the time to get reacquainted with your materials. Brian's ink work should be proof enough for that.   2004-10-07 20:36:02
EwingSend Ewing a message :   I use stratmore 4 ply cold press bristol board. The ink doesn't sit on the surface so I don't hafta wait for it to dry like hot press. Also the texture is nice and let's me drybrush if I want to. I did some of that with the Melvins poster. Electric erasers help too. I bought a battery operated one for $10 bucks. It gets me out of using whiteout.   2004-10-07 18:41:50
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   For the most part I use Borden "Paper For Pens." The paper is almost blue so it scans really well (veloxes looked great because of it - r.i.p. the velox machine). What are the paper choices of other brush and pen folk? (Strathmore Kid finish board board when I am doing a water color with brush and ink.)   2004-10-07 18:28:23
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   I lavish my brushes with love. I clean them well and condition them after every use.
I aint got enough cash to be buying brushes.
  2004-10-07 17:06:09
Casey BurnsSend Casey Burns a message :   wait, i'm not sharing brushes with fisher. just using a 7/4.   2004-10-07 17:01:54
Casey BurnsSend Casey Burns a message :   this is great. i use that same brush. i treat it like crap, too (i always work until i'm too tired to clean a brush ... so i don't), and i've used the same one for about four years now. totally worth the money.   2004-10-07 17:01:09
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Brian, I am still using the brush you gave me 3 years ago. Still works perfect.   2004-10-07 16:50:59
EwingSend Ewing a message :   Sign up for my mailing list...nudge nudge wink wink.
Yeah...WN series 7 #4's
Cheap brushes are great to learn on but I go through them too quickly. I'm heavy handed and a bit shaky. The brush is more forgiving than the pen. Each has its limits though. Paper matters as much as what you ink with. I remember Burwell showing me some of his poster art that he had done on a piece of xerox paper...it was amazing but I can't do that. The bristol board I use helps me be retarded and avoid using white out.
I'm not rich...not even close. I just got tired of paying for a bunch of $5 brushes when I could just get one $40 brush that equled in life span.
I'm getting in to full on dork mode now.
  2004-10-07 16:41:12
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   my brushes take a beating. I have no attachment to them.
Brian, once you've got these in your hands, please let me know. I do need one. Update your website already!!!
  2004-10-07 16:28:46
alienateSend alienate a message :   girls like pink.   2004-10-07 16:26:49
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   I have had one brush since college that has such a sweet shape and tip that I think I will scream (or cry) when it is dead. WN Series 7 hold the shape best and longest. Cleaning those fuckers is key.   2004-10-07 16:22:15
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   It takes time to learn the touch. I fought it for a year or so. Now a brush in my hand is like a direct link to my mind. Fast acting conduit.
still... $40 a brush?!
  2004-10-07 16:10:37
GIGARTSend GIGART a message :   Man...I can't ink with a brush... Don't know how you guys do it...
I use my microns...and draw my lines as if I was using a brush...
I just don't have the touch... I guess I don't have the steady hand to make those perfect lines...with a brush...
  2004-10-07 16:05:15
doggydoodleSend doggydoodle a message :   Are you using WN Series 7's?   2004-10-07 15:35:14
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   $40 brushes?!
man, I use $5 brushes for inking. TOPS.
rich bastard.
:mrgreen:
  2004-10-07 15:28:47
altieriSend altieri a message :   Great as always Brian.   2004-10-07 15:03:33
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   AWESOME!   2004-10-07 14:17:36
EwingSend Ewing a message :   That's TRACI.... she rocks the pink hair in real life.
I wanted to try inking the outline with a pen this time. All my brushes had been worn out and they cost like $40 bucks a pop. I didn't feel like spending the cash so I busted out the $3 Microns. The hair and face is done with a brush.
5 color screen print 18x24
  2004-10-07 14:04:25
MURPHYSend MURPHY a message :   Outfuckingstanding   2004-10-07 13:29:01
Cody PomeroySend Cody Pomeroy a message :   Love the illustration.   2004-10-07 12:45:41
Casey C-PSend Casey C-P a message :   um...there's no skull. (Poster kills, btw...)   2004-10-07 11:24:27
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   Great poster. The colors are so perfect for this. The way the arm is covered by the pillow yet the sheets are the same color and pattern is a cool effect.   2004-10-07 10:21:47
Stainboy ReinelSend Stainboy Reinel a message :   Pretty soon you'll have to pay a royalty to Ewing if you use pink and black on a single page.
Nice work!
  2004-10-07 09:59:31
doggydoodleSend doggydoodle a message :   Thinner lines? I didn't recognize it as you but still love it!   2004-10-07 08:49:52
adamturmanSend adamturman a message :   So damn good. Love the pink.   2004-10-07 07:18:24
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   Dead sexy, this is.   2004-10-07 06:42:42
danieldangerSend danieldanger a message :   tell me this is silkscreened.   2004-10-07 06:23:56
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   im having very impure thoughts.
thanks brian. continue to kill.
  2004-10-07 06:11:24
JephSend Jeph a message :   This is really awesome...I mean really awesome.   2004-10-07 06:04:31
craigSend craig a message :   UNFUCKWITHABLE!!!   2004-10-07 06:01:55
JoltedJoelSend JoltedJoel a message :   I am in LOVE with this poster! oh so fucking incredible!   2004-10-07 05:10:13
ZELIGSend ZELIG a message :   Creepy as shit. That pink hair against the blue grey really works.   2004-10-07 03:04:38
psykosteveSend psykosteve a message :   Man that is HOT! And I was just makeing a pink and blue poster!   2004-10-07 02:34:00
MagnusSend Magnus a message :   Like this too. Very nice.   2004-10-07 01:58:27
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Damn, Brian. This is fucking sooo killer.   2004-10-07 01:11:04
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