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The world of freelance business is populated with all types of clients and artists. If you are a freelancer or a potential client, you will eventually start to recognize the early signs of good and bad job situations. There are some tips and notes below that may help you recognize these signs sooner and therefore improve your ability to connect successfully with good job partners. A client or artist will seldom display all of the good or bad signs described below. However, watching for the following list items may help you to assess a potential workmate as a good risk or a bad one BEFORE work begins. Similarly, if you strive to embody the positive characteristics listed below, they may help you to attract better clients/artists and engage in more successful and fulfilling partnerships.
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A bit earlier today, I had to put my dog down.

She was probably the thoughest dog I've known. She had a weird skeleton, arthrosis, a stroke, a couple surgeries on her back; she had survived a couple nasty infections and was also a bit blind and deaf. But she kept coming back strong, full of joy, stubborness and love. That said, in the end, her kidneys gave up and lived a couple of rough months, with an incredibly bad and sad final weekend.

She was one of the most loving and caring dogs I've known.She always wanted to be around family and only in her final months stopped going to bark to whoever was leaving the house when she heard the front door opening. After her stroke, I stopped working on my studio so I could keep her company in the kitchen during the nights and she got used at lying her head over my left foor as I was working and fall asleep there. She even got to the point of complaining whenever I couldn't do that!.

Still, my father's death hurt her a lot, since she was used at always having people around and now had to deal with me going to sleep on the first floor, leaving her alone. That said, for some reasons that are not worh mentioning in this entry, I ended up sleeping for an hour or two every morning on the kitchen floor, so at least I can keep that memory of both of us sleeping in the same room while listening to some jazz album.

Probably, the thing that surprises me the most is that I didn't want this dog in the first place. My brother and mom wanted a new puppy and my dad said yes, but I was really worried that our older dog, Milú would get too jealous, so I still spent more time with her. Needless to say, with her charming personality and loving looks, she won me over in a couple of years.

My brother and I named her Cuqui after Néstor "Cuqui" Silvera, the striker that scored most of the goals during the Apertura 2002 torunament of argentinean football while playing for my team, Independiente. I still remember the day when be both looked at the backyard at the same time and yelled the nickmane together. Later my father "re-named" her "Kuky" for her collar, for whatever reason.

These past few months had been really hard for us, since she stopped eating from her plate normally for some reason and that always took a lot of my time to figure out how to feed her. She also had stopped taking her arthrosis meds and, finally, her kidneys' failure left her only a shadow of her normal self. Still, I have plenty of good memories, like when she was constantly asking for food, or when she got up to 'ask me' to put a blanket over her or her reluctance to walk over wet floors. When I was coming home from the vet, it started to rain "at least she got away from it", I thought.

Fuck, I'm gonna miss that dog!

Rest in peace, Cuqui!! you were, are and will always be loved...

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Ariantes Cover, colors, print version
Hey there, folks!

Colors for the cover of my brother Guillermo's first novel: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon (Ariantes: the son of the dragon). Since we weren't sure of the specific dimensions of the cover, I ended up using the one I nornally use for comics. It features Ulog, one of the main characters.

This is the printed version, with the changes requested by the publisher.

It's in spanish, but my brother's already working on the translation. If you want to buy it, please go here: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Check out also: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

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Colores para la tapa de la primer novela de mi hermano Guillermo: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon. Muestra a Ulog, uno de los personajes principales. Como no estabamos seguros de las dimensiones finales, use el tamaño que normalmente uso para las historietas.

Esta es la version impresa, con los cambios pedidos por la editorial

Si quieren comprarlo, vayan aca: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Tambien vean: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

Thanks for looking/Gracias por mirar!! :)
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Ariantes cover, color
Hey there, folks!

Colors for the cover of my brother Guillermo's first novel: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon (Ariantes: the son of the dragon). Since we weren't sure of the specific dimensions of the cover, I ended up using the one I nornally use for comics. It features Ulog, one of the main characters.

Thid one's slightly different from the one that saw print, but this is how I wanted it to look.

It's in spanish, but my brother's already working on the translation. If you want to buy it, please go here: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Check out also: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

.....................................

Buenas, gente!

Colores para la tapa de la primer novela de mi hermano Guillermo: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon. Muestra a Ulog, uno de los personajes principales. Como no estabamos seguros de las dimensiones finales, use el tamaño que normalmente uso para las historietas.

Es un poquito diferente a la version impresa, pero asi es como yo queria que se viera.

Si quieren comprarlo, vayan aca: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Tambien vean: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

Thanks for looking/Gracias por mirar!! :)
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Ariantes Cover, inks
Hey there, folks!

Inks for the cover of my brother Guillermo's first novel: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon (Ariantes: the son of the dragon). Since we weren't sure of the specific dimensions of the cover, I ended up using the one I nornally use for comics. It features Ulog, one of the main characters.

It's in spanish, but my brother's already working on the translation. If you want to buy it, please go here: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Check out also: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

.....................................

Buenas, gente!

Tintas para la tapa de la primer novela de mi hermano Guillermo: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon. Muestra a Ulog, uno de los personajes principales. Como no estabamos seguros de las dimensiones finales, use el tamaño que normalmente uso para las historietas.

Si quieren comprarlo, vayan aca: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Tambien vean: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

Thanks for looking/Gracias por mirar!! :)
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Tapa Ariantes, Layouts
Hey there, folks!

Layouts for the cover of my brother Guillermo's first novel: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon (Ariantes: the son of the dragon). Since we weren't sure of the specific dimensions of the cover, I ended up using the one I nornally use for comics. It features Ulog, one of the main characters.

It's in spanish, but my brother's already working on the translation. If you want to buy it, please go here: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Check out also: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

.....................................

Buenas, gente!

Boceto para la tapa de la primer novela de mi hermano Guillermo: Ariantes, el hijo del dragon. Muestra a Ulog, uno de los personajes principales. Como no estabamos seguros de las dimensiones finales, use el tamaño que normalmente uso para las historietas.

Si quieren comprarlo, vayan aca: www.tintalibre.com.ar/book/385…

Tambien vean: www.facebook.com/elhijodeldrag…

Thanks for looking/Gracias por mirar!! :)
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A bit earlier today, I had to put my dog down.

She was probably the thoughest dog I've known. She had a weird skeleton, arthrosis, a stroke, a couple surgeries on her back; she had survived a couple nasty infections and was also a bit blind and deaf. But she kept coming back strong, full of joy, stubborness and love. That said, in the end, her kidneys gave up and lived a couple of rough months, with an incredibly bad and sad final weekend.

She was one of the most loving and caring dogs I've known.She always wanted to be around family and only in her final months stopped going to bark to whoever was leaving the house when she heard the front door opening. After her stroke, I stopped working on my studio so I could keep her company in the kitchen during the nights and she got used at lying her head over my left foor as I was working and fall asleep there. She even got to the point of complaining whenever I couldn't do that!.

Still, my father's death hurt her a lot, since she was used at always having people around and now had to deal with me going to sleep on the first floor, leaving her alone. That said, for some reasons that are not worh mentioning in this entry, I ended up sleeping for an hour or two every morning on the kitchen floor, so at least I can keep that memory of both of us sleeping in the same room while listening to some jazz album.

Probably, the thing that surprises me the most is that I didn't want this dog in the first place. My brother and mom wanted a new puppy and my dad said yes, but I was really worried that our older dog, Milú would get too jealous, so I still spent more time with her. Needless to say, with her charming personality and loving looks, she won me over in a couple of years.

My brother and I named her Cuqui after Néstor "Cuqui" Silvera, the striker that scored most of the goals during the Apertura 2002 torunament of argentinean football while playing for my team, Independiente. I still remember the day when be both looked at the backyard at the same time and yelled the nickmane together. Later my father "re-named" her "Kuky" for her collar, for whatever reason.

These past few months had been really hard for us, since she stopped eating from her plate normally for some reason and that always took a lot of my time to figure out how to feed her. She also had stopped taking her arthrosis meds and, finally, her kidneys' failure left her only a shadow of her normal self. Still, I have plenty of good memories, like when she was constantly asking for food, or when she got up to 'ask me' to put a blanket over her or her reluctance to walk over wet floors. When I was coming home from the vet, it started to rain "at least she got away from it", I thought.

Fuck, I'm gonna miss that dog!

Rest in peace, Cuqui!! you were, are and will always be loved...

Thanks for reading.
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Victor Cabanelas
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
Argentina
Current Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Favourite genre of music: Jazz, but I can't work while listening to it, so it's heavy metal most of the time :)
Favourite photographr: Pete Parker, of course!
Favourite style of art: Comicbooks and Fine Arts (wait... Comicbooks are Fine Arts!!!)
Operating System: Windows
Favourite characters: Spider-Man, Himura Kenshin, Jesse Custer

Email: vcabanelas@hotmail.com
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Bengtzone Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2016
Still active?
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VikThor Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Yep! But I don't check in as foten as I did, so it usually takes me a longer time to reply, haha! What did you need? :)
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Bengtzone Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2016
Just wondering!
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Cadre Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014
Hey Vic... long time bro... Hope you've had a wonderful birthday... gimme a shout sometime, catch me up on all that's going on in your world these days.  Be blessed!
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chulii Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you so much for the fav! :blowkiss:

come, visit me! :party: :sun:
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VShaw Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012
Hey there!

Thanks very much for the fave - it was ages ago, so you might not remember. Apologies for that! Determined to get through a large stack of messages, but I fear my manners may appear to be suffering on account.

You have a cool gallery. I envy anyone who can draw, especially comic books. :)

All the best,

V.
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VikThor Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks! Personally, I envy sculptors, ha!

And sorry for my late replies as well (busybusybusy).
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stephenburger Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for the favorite on “Frankenstein’s Laboratory”! I update my page with new artwork every Monday and Thursday so please ‘Watch Me’.

Also, pls check out [link] to see the comic book I am currently working on.
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VikThor Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
No problem, keep up the great work!
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