Here are a few sample pages from John Wagner’s Days of Chaos. (A Judge Dredd story serialised in 2000ad). Thought it’d be interesting to show the pages without colour and lettering.
Wow! SO terrific. Thanks for sharing these Henry. You should do a print of that last one. What an iconic Dredd moment! Congrats
I really love it, awesome!
Best thing i’ve seen this year.
Do you ever sell any of your original Dredd art? The Days of Chaos story has got me buying 2000ad again, and it would be great to own a page from it.
Not selling pages at the moment but thanks for the interest, Iain. Glad you’ve started reading 2000ad again.
oh – these are so badass!
I absolutely love these pages,seeing them w/out text and colour emphasises the stark horror of events in MC-1.
I’m going to post them on my 2000AD-inspired Tumblr http://stomm2000ad.tumblr.com/post/27173106393/henry-flints-stunning-art-from-judge-dredd-chaos -with full citation hope you don’t mind!
I really hanker back to the black and white days.i really hate to say but computer colorisation looks to soulless.
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Oh wow! Those are just magnificent! I was reading ABC Warriors: Shadow Warriors the other day and when i came upon your black and white artwork, i was just dumbstruck by it- your work was absolutely magnificent! just the detail in each panel and the the linework and shading, it was just a visual treat!
Right now i’m halfway through the new Day of Chaos trade, being generally a new reader of 2000AD, i’ve been looking forward to it for a while – but again your artwork was outstanding. Its a joy to look upon it, i exaggerate not.
Keep up the good work!
Many thanks for your kind words. I’m very much inspired by the old 2000ad comics I grew up on from the 70′s and 80′s if you get a chance to catch up on stories from those progs you’ll see were I’m coming from, lots of detailed B&W artwork, lovely stuff.
Thanks for getting in touch.
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