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John Lucas is made entirely of popcorn and Caro syrup. It defies biology and common sense and has baffled the great minds of our times. Sadly, the judgements of such big-brained muckity-mucks come at no small cost. So, John must toil away for the few odd coins a cartoonist's life will afford, that he may remain free of the chains of the debtors prison.

John's work has appeared in funny books published by D.C., Marvel, Darkhorse, AdHouse,Top Cow and BOOM!. If you don't believe it, look it up.

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Favourite cartoon character: foghorn leghorn
Favorite Quote: Dogs look up to you. Cats look down in you. Give me a pig. The look you in the eye as an equal. - W. Churchill.

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cybermdee Featured By Owner Edited 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you No.2 by hase-illustration    
auguste59 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
ThronusWorkshop Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello there, I'm young comic artist and I'm looking around for people's criticisms. I wish to improve my skills and your voice would do great job. I would be grateful if you would check out my work 
I've some portraits I've made as well 
joltinjohnnylucas Featured By Owner 5 days ago
you have very little comic art posted.  so, it's hard to get a feel for your work. fjust based on what's there, i'd say you need to learn perspective.  not only will it make the work you're doing stronger, it will expand your possibilities.  you'll be able to imagine and draw more places and things from more interesting angles.  along with that, study the other basics, figure drawing, storytelling.  if you're doing nothing draw.  draw what's around you.  if you see interesting flods in someones clothing, draw it.  a shadow on someones forearm?  draw it.  draw everything, especially the stuff you hate drawing.  if you hate it, chances are it's because you're not very good at it.  the more you draw it, the better you'll get and the things you once hated will become strengths. 
ThronusWorkshop Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you, thanks a lot, I'll keep that in mind.
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