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really cool. i would love to see more work from you because i really like the style and mood of these.
cool man, i like it. nice movement in that composition. enjoying the rabbit also
i graduated from uarts illustration department in 2005. the program and faculty are excellent. they make sure you know a lot about the business side of illustration and place a lot of emphasis on...
yeah im not really looking for figure drawing sessions to go to, im looking for some people who want to meet up at a coffeeshop or somthing and draw. so if anyone is interested in...
great, thanks for the help everyone.
i havent read this whole argument, but if some people around here consider the world of warcraft art than i dont know how anime is falling below your standards.
anyway, im not a big anime fan but i...
does anyone know what a suitable resolution is for a full color image being printed at 11x17? im printing somthing for a show and i want to make it nice.
i have to say i love ashley wood, i own a lot of his books and im always checking out what hes currently doing, but i feel like its mostly style, not a lot of substance. thats why im really confused...
wow this whole idea looks really cool, great paintings to. ill be waiting for this comic to come out, is it getting regular distribution?
any art section in a place like borders has ton of how to draw books for kids that age..like "how to draw fantasy monsters" or somthing like that.
jag, exposing a kid to fine art from different...
i think making it mignola-esque would be to incorporate some of the compositional devices he uses to make his art unique, like the way you arranged all the different key story elements. however,...
i think the grayscale version shows that the piece could use some more contrast. you could punch it up with some darker darks and lighter lights in certain areas.
yes james jean is out. of. control.
he deserves them
i think you might be stuck with those "petted" lines because you are trying to hard to reproduce some kind of preconceived image in your head. i think there is a misconception about drawing from the...
which one is the original that you cant stand? i think the first one is far better. its got a subtle personality that speaks a lot louder then the super rendered piece. not to mention you got those...
staz, im dying for some sequential updates here!
wow, its about time they put in a feature like that. beautiful
jesustittyfuckingchrist you raised the bar
hey really nice work here. id love to learn more about your digital drawing process. do you work with a rougher sketch layer underneath the finished lines?
I'm in Philly also. Dan, how often are you at the sketch club? I went 4 or 5 times last year, but haven't been able to make it there since. we should get something together
very well done. i think the background sky could be treated a bit more carefully. i also think the figure and the foreground pumpkins could use some darker darks to punch it up a little. great job...
yeah man! your paintings are getting better and better. i love em
hey man, my names jim. i think we were in the "personal viewpoint" class together at uarts, but never really talked.
the figure work is awsome, you got some great rendering skills. keep it up!
L.G - yes! he needs to be popped out, thanks for the suggestions
decypl - thanks, im workin on it