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Sin City Screens by Evan Lole
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Just a fun quick piece for an educational display, showing how to screenprint in the style of Frank Miller’s Sin City. I did a few really fast indian ink sketches, scanned them in, and then played around with layout until it was sufficiently dynamic. You probably don’t need to be ‘Ready to Kill’ to get into screenprinting though!

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white, city, black, frank, comic, sin, monochrome, story, noir, panels, homage, miller, sequential, screenprinting

I am a self taught illustrator and graphic designer. I’ve been freelancing for about ten years, and am also into bladesmithing and hot metal work which I am studying on a scholarship. I’m a proud father and love sharing my joy in lots of different areas of life with my three year old daughter. Mountains! Engines! Animals! Ahhhh….

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  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngelover 5 years ago

    fantasic piece of artwork

  • Thanks Loneangel! Heh heh pity you can’t read the text, I really appreciate the feedback though!

    – Evan Lole

  • kevin smith  skystudiohawaii
    kevin smith s...over 5 years ago

    Great work Evmo and I did enjoy that movie and its style.

  • Cheers Kevin! Yeah it was a classic eh, I did this mainly working from the old comics. One of those projects you really get to have a bit of fun with!

    – Evan Lole

  • LeighAth
    LeighAthabout 5 years ago

    This is great. I love this as a concept and I love that it’s an homage to Sin City and Frank Miller. Would you like to submit it to Let’s Pay Homage we’d be happy to have it there :)

  • Well, thanks very much for the feedback Leigh, I will certainly submit it! Cheers for commenting!

    – Evan Lole

  • Sundar Singh
    Sundar Singhabout 5 years ago

    Great work mate… Couldn’t be more Miller’ish!

  • Heh heh good on ya Sundar! Really good of you to stop by and comment! Cheers :)

    – Evan Lole

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