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Real Ghostbusters Flip Side by UnknownX Real Ghostbusters Flip Side by UnknownX
Since it is the Ghostbusters 25th Anniversary I wanted to celebrate it and The Real Ghostbusters' DVD collection that came out sometime ago.

This is the Ghostbuster episode I remember the most as a kid and was one of my favorites.

RGB-#92 "Flip Side" Season 3
Investigating a bizarre tornado in Central Park, the Ghostbusters are tossed into another dimension, a strange place that is the exact opposite of New York City. In a world populated by ghosts, the heroes must evade capture by their own ghostly counterparts, the human-hunting Peoplebusters!


The synopsis was taken from the booklet provided with The Real Ghostbusters Complete DVD Collection.

In the future I hope to do more of these for each Real Ghostbuster episode. For those of you wondering how many episodes are there, there are 134 episodes and 13 Slimer! episodes. Enjoy!
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Schulzfan Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014
Flip Side is my all time favorite episode. You've captured their look very well. The comics have recently incorporated the idea of the Peoplebusters and they actually have a version of Winston. I know he didn't go with them in the episode but I always wished he did (Winston is my favorite character) Enough of my babble, great drawing and keep up the good work.
UnknownX Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Thanks! Yeah it is one of my all time favorites as well still have it on VHS. The comic is real good too by :icondapperdan:
Gh0stbuster Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2009   Digital Artist
Really AWESOME!!! Nice Work :thumbsup:

In what program did you draw this?
UnknownX Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2009  Professional Filmographer
I usually just draw and ink on a piece of paper, scan it on the computer, and color using Photoshop CS4. Most of the drawings in my gallery are of the same process.
Gh0stbuster Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2009   Digital Artist
Great, I first thought you were using illustrator or the pen tool in photoshop to ink it and then color it in photoshop.
I think that's the best way to keep the drawing very sharp or is there another way to make it better?
UnknownX Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2009  Professional Filmographer
In a program like Photoshop or Illustrator it would be best to ink digitally to get very clean lines. Even my scanned inked art work has a bit of white speckles when viewed at closely. Using a Wacom tablet and the pen tool to ink in either Photoshop/Illustrator would have the best outcome. Personally I like paper and pencil/pen. That is why I am saving up for a Cintiq where I will be able to draw directly on the screen in the program.
Gh0stbuster Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2009   Digital Artist
Do you convert your scans in Illustrator with live trace?
That's probably the fastest way to make your scanned drawings into vector drawings.
Yeah, a Wacom tablet is the way to go but the one you mentioned is very expensive but probably the most enjoyable way to draw things.
UnknownX Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2009  Professional Filmographer
I might try the method you described in Illustrator... Don't really use it at all since I am more comfortable with Photoshop but I will give it a shot. By the way I feel a RGB piece is in the making and will come out this month... Just a bit of a heads up.
Gh0stbuster Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2009   Digital Artist
ok, great.
the-sashimi-frog Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, I am one of the RGB nerdettes who has seen every single episode. I have been a fan of the show for 20 years. This is a really well done piece in that you have drawn the 3 "live" characters in your own form, but they are recognizable, and the 3 "dead" ones look just the way they did in the episode. I do look forward to seeing the entire series of episode-inspired drawings. In fact, I wish they had done title cards like this for the show.
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