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Victor Cañizares Coleman
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
Hello, this is Victor Cañizares Coleman, but online I am known as James Corck.

I'm a graphic designer, illustrator, artist, and every day I do my best to improve my artistic skills, trying out new things, drawing for others and myself. You may wonder "Why an artist? Why don't you find a job that pays better and is safer?". Well, I read once that sane people become lawyers, doctors, or something other that pays well and has a secured position. If you are insane you make movies, write books, and do pictures. I guess I am insane then. Besides, I tried that whole "better job that pays well" thing for three years, and those were the most miserable years of my life. I only feel good doing this, I genuinely do. Doing otherwise would be to betray what makes me being me.

I come from a family of artists. My great grandfather was an artist. My grandfather was an artist. My mother was an artist. And I want to continue that lineage.

I'm the creator of Ask Movie Slate, an ask blog on Tumblr where I review movies with my character, a cute unicorn called Movie Slate. I also illustrate the comic series "Old Appleoosa: Tales from Eq-Westria" written by Fernindt, "I Will Never Leave You" and "Sanguine Kindness" written by Rated-R-Ponystar, and the comic strip series "Fur With Cream" (currently on hiatus).

I've worked for "BronyScot" doing graphic design for their convention, and came up with those "Best Pony Logo" edits a few years ago. I am also working with Silver Quill on his review show "After the Fact" as a title card illustrator.

I hope you all like what you see in my gallery, and I encourage you all to let me know what you think of my artwork in the comments.

Thank you so much for dropping by and I hope you all have a wonderful time.

My Art Tumblr -

Ask Movie Slate -

My Picarto channel -

My Twitter -

My Commission Queue -…


Ask Movie Slate -  Back to Business by jamescorck
Ask Movie Slate - Back to Business
Ask Movie Slate, Intermission 47.

Time to go back to business with a little drawing, nothing too complex to let everybody know that I am active and doing things! BronyScot took a lot out of me, and stupid me I had no other drawings planned or queued. This is the last time this happens to me. Then again, when you have a big cluster of pending drawings waiting you have no other remedy but improvising. This is how I improvise.

I used to make intermissions for Ask Movie Slate every Tuesday, usually to talk about her life, her problems, and other things. But since I started to add details about such in the normal updates I saw no need to keep doing them. I might as well return to doing them, they were really fun to work on.

You can check the update on Tumblr here.

More artwork coming real soon! Let me know what you think of it in the comments!

Art by James Corck
Except, you know, this one is a lot better and it hurts a lot less to sit through.

This convention was pretty insane, actually, from the vert begining. The first few days not much was going on, just walking around to get used to the area, sight-seeing, looking at the places, breathing in the chilling cold air of Scotland, and generally feeling right at home. I’ve always considered Scotland as a second home, and this trip confirmed how comfortable I feel while being there.


The most remarkable part of this day was going to see “Steve Jobs”. Really good movie, I can easily see Michael Fassbender nabbing an Oscar for it. Plus easy to follow for a movie written by Aaron Sorkin, who’s well known for complicating the dialogue with too much information.

I also ended up making friends with a hot dog seller who happened to be from Catalonia, and he was the sweetest guy ever. Liked his burgers so much we went twice in the same day.


This is when all the Bronies started to show up at the Hotel. It’s really something to see a convention being put together from behind the scenes, and seeing all the details and how it works. My friend and I then got treated to a delicious meal at the hotel’s restaurant, which was most welcome since whenever I go to other countries I limit my consumption of food to breakfast and dinner.</p>


This was the big cluster, the part of the trip where everything happened. Setting up the convention table took less than I thought, but it was a bit of a pain. Those mesh-wire cubes they use at conventions are way more complicated to assemble than what they look, but in the end the structure got put together, and the merchandise displayed.

My vendor table, shared with the lovely :iconsketchypon3:

What followed was eight hours and a half of people coming around, chatting, being really sweet and respectful, and saying more than once that they loved my artwork and my art style. Each time someone came to me saying such, they were also taking away weights out of my depression, and making me feel lighter and way happier than I have been in a long time. By the end of the vendor session I had the stupidest smile in my face, and I loved it. I sold out on five prints, sold both canvases, sold a few pony hearts, and in general did enough profit to cover the convention costs, and then a bit more. This means I won’t have to open for commissions in December, thus giving me an extra month to complete more work that’s been pending.

All this while in the background we heard people cackling at the things M.A.Larson would tell to a very dedicated audience.

Also I did an artist panel with Mad Munchkin, and it was good enough to spark questions in the audience, and I hope some of them went back home wanting to create their own drawings. The only part that surpassed this was the charity auction (which raised over a grand), and the Midnight Scribe Creative Vibes podcast that closed the panels’ run.

Overall it was a really intense day, I collapsed in bed almost brain dead (more than usual).


This day will never end, because it’s still happening right now.

Yes, at the time of writing this I’ve had literally no sleep since Sunday. I will go get some bed rest after I’m done typing this, I just have to type it first before I forget about it, before I think this has all been a dream.

We spent the entire morning looking for an ex-change money place with good money ratios from Pound to Euro. You’d think it’s the same everywhere, and you’ll be wrong. The airport gives me 1,2 Euros for each pound, while the place we found gave me 1,4 Euros for each pound. In the long run, that 0,2€ marks the difference.

With my money converted we spent the rest of the afternoon walking about, until we gathered a group to go to the Disney Store in the outskirts of the city. I didn’t buy anything, but boy I don’t get used to see Star Wars, Avengers and Mickey Mouse all in the same place. It’s like the crossover that nobody knew they needed.

The night time was the real cluster of the day, because looking for the concert venue for Rock Nessie 2015 was an adventure on itself. It was located in an underground bar, in an underground street, so you could imagine the acoustics were actually pretty good. This is the part that surprised me the most, since they were going to auction the Rock Nessie banner that I designed, and that all the musicians had signed, and the one to introduce it was none other than me. I don’t exactly remember what I said but people seemed to like it, it was fun. I was a nervous wreck by the time I ended the speech, but it was fun.

My buddy :iconsketchysounds: rocking it on stage.

I only stayed until the banner got auctioned, then decided to leave. Not out of my own volition, my flight was leaving stupidly early. I went to the hotel, took my luggage, and spent the last few hours playing “BUCK: Legacy” with a small group of friends.

And then the airport reminded me why I hate flying. Terrible wait, terrible flight, and just uncomfortable from beginning to end. The less details I give you the better.

Still, even that wasn’t bad or strong enough to ruin what I can now call the absolute best convention experience I’ve ever had in my life. Fun, enjoyable, and I felt like I could be myself with these guys. Nobody judged, or insulted, and there was a lot of respect floating in the air, for all the people involved and not just the guests.

This is why I’ve decided to approach things differently from now on (this goes from the way I draw to who and where will I go to seek criticism). This convention happened at the perfect time. A little bit later, and I think I would’ve needed some serious help.

Thank you BronyScot, for making this such a fantastic experience.

Streams will come back next week. Commission work will resume today.

After the Fact - Party Pooped, Title Card by jamescorck
After the Fact - Party Pooped, Title Card
Commission for :iconmlp-silver-quill:

This one set a challenge when it came to compositing and setting up the characters. You might not notice in the actual album cover, because The Beatles are surrounded by many other characters (or cut outs of other characters), but they are placed so close together that it feels a bit awkward once you remove everyone else. Also Prince Rutherford is ridiculously large. The fact that he is the John Lennon of this group is no coincidence, with Pinkie as Ringo Starr, Twilight as Paul McCartney, and Silver Quill as George Harrison.

It was really enjoyable to design these costumes for four legged characters, it allowed me to put a lot of care and detail on them. I am a huge fan of costumes and costume design, and if you let me loose on the subject I might never shut up about it.

I hope you all like the picture, and I hope you also enjoy Silver's review of the episode. I sure did!

Check Silver Quill's review here - After the Fact: Party Pooped.
Check Silver Quill's DA Gallery here - :iconmlp-silver-quill:

Art by James Corck
It's time to go to a con!

And get in an airplane!

...not a fan of flying, I'm afraid. I am downright terrified of flying, I don't know what it is but putting my feet away from the ground kills me. I'm taking the flight on the 18th and won't come back until the 23rd, so during those days I will only be reachable through email and Twitter. If you send me notes through Tumblr I might see them, but those two other methods are better to poke me and get a response.

Also I will be selling stuff!!!

Here's hoping for a good convention and that everything turns out okay. See you guys on the other side!

Comission. Numou White Mage by jamescorck
Comission. Numou White Mage
Commission for :iconfinalgamer:

"Magic is just another element of nature Navarro, I mean it is simply the innate manipulation of the invisible world around us, learning to wield and control that power, as opposed to it happening on its own reactively in nature."

A scholar and a white mage, Dahlia Orosco quietly hails from the faraway region of Rozarria with impressive skills in healing and a mind brimming with scientific curiosity.  Her fascination for the recent invention of electricity in Ivalice is matched only by her ferocity in debate, ruthless against ignorance from every corner of the world by using words instead of swords to fight the very evils of her existence.  Beware the storm that she can bring.

This one took a ridiculously short amount of time to complete. I set myself to draw it fast, so in actual drawing time it couldn't have taken me more than an hour and a half from white canvas to completed. However a lot of things happened during the making of this pic, the worst of them a virus alert that made me stop for a few hours, followed by me having to reboot my PC twice in a row until I figured out what was dragging so much RAM (it was the anti-virus itself, what a surprise). But overall, this was a fast one to do, and I'm glad it came out like this. Feels good to draw more different things than what I'm used to.

I hope you all like it, let me know what you think in the comments!

Art by James Corck


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do you take suggestions and movie ideas for your Movie Slate character? I can think of a few suggestions.
jamescorck Featured By Owner 23 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
I definitely take ideas, and suggestions for movies.

If you want to suggest a movie you need to go to her ask blog, right here and send her an ask with the movie you want to watch.

- Only one movie per ask.

If you don't have a Tumblr account you can always suggest it here too, I can work with what you can give me :)
ConservativePip Featured By Owner 22 hours ago
  I read from a Cracked article about how the MPAA used the NC-17 rating for example to censor independent movies while the movies of the same content get lesser ratings if made by a MPAA member studio, the NC-17 rated movie gross less, are refused network advertising, and probably get less reviews. What if i could change that by reviewing them with a eccentric, tomboyish waif named "NC-17 San".

  There are a few films here but This Film is Not Yet Rated I feel should be the first. I also have been reviewing video game mods and are currently working on a second Let's Play series.
jamescorck Featured By Owner 7 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
I'll see what I can do with this one.

Thanks for the suggestion.
CatAvenger Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thanks so much for the watch! :hug:
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