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Commissions Open:your medieval fantasy OC in color
As many of you had noticed, dunno how, I was making my last works in the genre of sci-fi by two amazing and very creative productions under direction of great amazing talented writers, one is Starship Moonhawk created ,written and directed by Michael Prokop and the other is Super Robot Mayhem written and directed by Jeremy Biggs, my favourite british gentleman. This two works will be my last ones in the SF genre, and maybe some other hired job around too. It is after 20 years of mainly focused on it, I´m saying goodbye to the SF genre. that include cyberpunk and whatever else modern things like tennis shoes and Coca Cola. only leather boots since now and lots of whisky, beer and wodka. 
the reason I´m leaving scifi is directly connected with the place I live and I chosen to end my life: Krakow city here in Poland, once I took physical eye contact everyday with an breathtaking gothic-baroque medieval castle at just 4 squares of my studio and the huge medieval legacy and h
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Thu Nov 17, 2016, 12:29 PM
"The Death of Perseus" will be going to print in the next week or so. I still need to pad this book with as much as I can. I've expanded this somewhat simplistic storyline as much as humanly possible. It has gone from 12 pages to 31 over the course of almost 20 years, and that's about as much as I can add to it without making it dull or trite. so now, the process will include me adding dozens of illustrations and pre-production pieces as I can to try and fat it up a bit. For CreateSpace, that "magic number" so the book will have a spine is 50 pages. so this book may not have a tremendously complex plot or story, but it WILL be chock full of stuff that almost nobody has seen before.

I'm sure all of you have seen my posts mentioning :iconbordon: as our newest collaborator. I've been disappointed that, up until now, we have been unable to actually use his talents as an animator (due to waiting eternally for funding). But, this announcement should brighten some people's day: I WILL be including many of his pencil sketches and character design sheets in the print edition of "The Death of Perseus". so if you'd like to see what we have been up to in some kind of context, be sure to pick up the book. Not only is it a fast and fun read, but you will essentially be getting a truncated edition of the "series bible" as part of the deal.

  • Listening to: S.S.H.
  • Reading: Credit Card Statements... always and forever

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Hopefully, I am asking for this correctly. Moonhawk Publishing is looking for someone who can create character assets to be used in either ToonBoom Harmony or Anime Studio (MoHo) so that we may construct episodes of an Anime-styled, Archer-esque, Sci-Fi series. The "pilot" episode has some Anime Studio sequences in it, with fancy FX shots made with comic assets, created in Adobe After Effects CS6. However, we'd like to step things up to approximate the style and feel of the show Archer, but with anime assets instead of Western.

Would any of you be interested in helping us develop the static assets from pre-existing character designs? Our budget for ASSET CREATION is proposed at $1000-2000, with a total episode budget of $10k-$20k. (we have animators, but they can always use some help to speed things along)

Note me with examples. Note: Shoujo style won't work. This must be Shonen as it is an action/sci-fi war-epic series.

Thanks!
Hello again! "Mace Paladino" here looking for yet another hentai artist for my sexy burlesque superheroine comic, "Frilly Pink".

The basic premise is that Frilly Pink, aka "Lydia", is a burlesque dancer by night and a sexy, sexual superheroine by even later night! With her bizarre quantum powers, this series is something like a cross between "The Greatest American Hero" and "Kekko Kamen". Speaking of, the style I'd like to see would be like Go Nagai's Cutey Honey, Kekko Kamen, or even the OVA of Hanappe Bazooka. Basically, the anime adaptations of Nagai's work from the 90's. It's kinda a theme at the studio.

The pay is $50/page, in color, once per week. Payable via PayPal, only. You can find examples of Lydia's deisgn at the website www dot frillypink dot com (because DA won't let me link in the forums). Sorry, no examples on DA because all of the artists I hired seemed to have vanished! It's NSFW, but nothing that currently exceeds DA's standards. NOT YET, ANYWAY. HEH HEH HEH! *coughs*

NO WESTERN STYLE COMIC ART. SORRY, I GOT A GUY FOR THAT. THANKS!

Unleash the fury!
I am looking for an animator (or really a small team of animators?) who can help us make a TV-style pilot for a science fiction show called "Starship Moonhawk", based on my extensive works. Now, for the bad news: we would need work to start in February, and be done in say, 5 months. Maybe not full-Post, but enough to debut a "rough cut" at San Diego Comic Con in late July.

Here's the skinny:

20-30 minutes of footage (including opening credit sequence) done in the Japanese style (Anime). I have no actual preference that the art department follow the stylings of a specific Master. We simply want the aesthetic of the late 70's up to say... 1998 when Martian Successor Nadesico came to the US. But, I am open to other ideas since I also like the aesthetic of Gundam Seed/Destiny if that's your thing. It may not be hard to convince me of a direction to head. The series is largely influenced by Space Battleship Yamato, Super Dimension Fortress Macross, etc. Which makes sense since I'm almost 40. Those are my jams.

It needs to be TV quality (which is why a team may need to be assembled), and we are working on a "microbudget", which means our total production costs, with marketing and "optional extras" needs to be under $20,000. However, all of the voiceover work is done. So, whatever we raise can go straight into production costs. We already have a sound and editing team.

So, to recap, here's the particulars for those who don't like all my rambling:

Position: Key Animator
Length: 20-30 mins
Aesthetic: 70's to Early 2000's Anime
Tools: Flash, Anime Studio Pro (Moho?), Traditional (whatever is faster)
Quality: TV SD up to Standard HD (12-16 FPS is usually good?)
Time: 4-5 months, max

Anyway, looking for quotes on this to see if we can get it done. We will be launching a Kickstarter for production by January 15, so the sooner folks can get back to me, the better. This is a lead-in for a much LONGER series which will have 12-episode annual seasons, so all applicants please make sure you have the capacity in your studio or network of talent to handle such a hypothetical scenario.

Hopefully, I covered al the bases. I look forward to hearing back.

Michael

Devious Journal Entry

Thu Nov 17, 2016, 12:29 PM
"The Death of Perseus" will be going to print in the next week or so. I still need to pad this book with as much as I can. I've expanded this somewhat simplistic storyline as much as humanly possible. It has gone from 12 pages to 31 over the course of almost 20 years, and that's about as much as I can add to it without making it dull or trite. so now, the process will include me adding dozens of illustrations and pre-production pieces as I can to try and fat it up a bit. For CreateSpace, that "magic number" so the book will have a spine is 50 pages. so this book may not have a tremendously complex plot or story, but it WILL be chock full of stuff that almost nobody has seen before.

I'm sure all of you have seen my posts mentioning :iconbordon: as our newest collaborator. I've been disappointed that, up until now, we have been unable to actually use his talents as an animator (due to waiting eternally for funding). But, this announcement should brighten some people's day: I WILL be including many of his pencil sketches and character design sheets in the print edition of "The Death of Perseus". so if you'd like to see what we have been up to in some kind of context, be sure to pick up the book. Not only is it a fast and fun read, but you will essentially be getting a truncated edition of the "series bible" as part of the deal.

  • Listening to: S.S.H.
  • Reading: Credit Card Statements... always and forever

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Michael C. Prokop/ Mace Paladino
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Current Age: 35, Current Residence: Tucson, AZ, Favourite genre of music: AOR, 80's, J-Pop, Favourite photographer: Darkmatterzone, Favourite style of art: Manga, Operating System: Windows XP and OSX BIOTCH!, MP3 player of choice: iTunes, Shell of choice: Meh., Wallpaper of choice: ^^, Skin of choice: As much visible female skin as possible, Favourite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny (Anime are NOT cartoons.), Personal Quote: I'm not in denial, but even if I was, I wouldn't admit it.
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ppshex Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Chibi Candy Thx For Watch Icon  By Ppshex-d9ja1ph by ppshex
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MaciaPaladin Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2016
yw :D
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Thanks for the watch.
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are you uploading a new page to your Ship comic? cause when i go to your page, there's an error message.
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MaciaPaladin Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2016
Site is fixed. But some shit broke bad. More details soon.
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so i read on your page.
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Chibi Akane and Tensa by Tensa-Zangitsu  
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Thanks for being awesome!
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stourangeau Featured By Owner May 30, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
love the work you have Bordon doing. I love good concept design.
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MaciaPaladin Featured By Owner May 30, 2016
Thanks! Looking forward to how it all shakes out. He's having fun, too :)
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