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Nothing would please me more than buying the paper book. I've tried Amazon, Book Depository, Abe Books, Stuart Ng, etc and the best I can find is about $225. Seems its out of print for the moment....
Masters of American Illustration - 41 Illustrators and how they worked.
I just noticed that this amazing book is...
Hey everyone, glad things are up and running. For a WIP, things are looking pretty good so far. Many thanks to all the hard workers behind the scenes.
Hey Star Eater, thanks heaps for the images, Iain tells such a good story with his pieces.
If you are thinking about getting Shadowline check out this link.
Raoul Duke, I completely agree. I hope that changes and we can have the opportunity to see his works in book form. His contribution to art certainly deserves that.
Neil Armstrong was a true hero. Thanks for inspiring so many generations of people. Rest in peace.
The awesome Italian comic book artist and cartoonist Sergio Toppi passed away. I absolutely loved his work.
I would strongly recommend checking out Mr Gurney's other book "Color and Light" if you have the money. Both books are solid gold.
Hey guys and gals - just wanted people to know that the reprint of Creative Illustration by Andrew Loomis is available at the Book Depository.
Yessss. He is awesome. The Prefect is probably my favourite.
I recently got The Incal (Alexandro Jodorowsky & art by MOEBIUS!) It is just blowing my mind.
Hey, wish I could have made it but unfortunately I didn't have the money. But curious, how was it? I bet it would have been a blast, especially Kekai's workshop.
This is the only one I know of. Hope it helps.
Bloody brilliant Noah, very motivating. Also it's my new favorite of yours. Hope I can get it as a print eventually.
I value my design skills alot more than $200 chief! I'll give you an idea for $200, but I'll design it and execute it for 100 billion dollars! For that you get the logo, the type, the whole damn...
Just in case anyone is interested here is a link to the funniest review of Prometheus. Scroll down till you get to the first review in the comments and have a good laugh.
I read a few years ago that director Frank Darabont (Shawshank Redemption) had a script written but he couldn't get any studios to back it. I imagine the script was far too intelligent and would...
Damn. He was a genius. He had such wild and amazing ideas, and translated them so well into such wonderful stories, it just blew me away. Fahrenheit 451 is one of my all time favourite books.
Kid A // OK Computer // In Rainbows (Radiohead)
No Balance Palace // Passengers (Kashmir)
Harvest // Mirrorball (Neil Young)
Abbey Road // White Album // Sgt Pepper (The Beatles)
Songs for the...
For those who are interested, I recently spoke to John Ennis via facebook and thanked him for the blog. He told me he hopes to update it sometime in the Summer, so hopefully some more of Mr Reilly's...
Thanks man it's graphite. I used a 2B to get some simple lines down, then moved onto a 4B for a good portion of the shading and finally a 6B for the darkest areas. All the while making sure I softly...
Love your pencils the best, really nice. Seems like you begin quite gesturally till you tighten up with details. That page of head sketches is awesome. Keep it up.
Hey man I like Bernini's David, really nice. Don't worry so much about finding a style just yet, I'm in the same boat as you with that. I've always been told that the style finds you rather than you...
The skull studies look really good. That Bruce Willis pic is great, it's all for nothing if you don't get the eyes right, and you got em spot on.
Here's a sketch I did recently of my son Oliver. It was in one of those Strathmore Bristol journals. Hope you like it.
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