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I read about your Jazmaonline.com interview on Twitter. When will it be online? There are new ones today but not yours.
This is how a sketchbook should look like.
Seems like you can do whatever style you want and it allways is looking perfect. Respect!
Boris would be proud!
Add some extra time on each of your images and they will look great. Right now they seem unfinished.
i really like your sketches... especially the last ones.
You should work on your drawings before thinking of colors.
I like your sketchbook. Unique style you have there.
Me too. I really want to see more stuff like your last posts. The hints and the art made me intrigued.
WTF!? This is amazing!
Don't know what it is but your art looks 'special'. I like it a lot.
Great stuff! I like it a lot.
From one Mike to another... like your work :)
Too bad you only will do two issues of It came from beneath the sea.
Tha rabbit looks badass :)
FU.K!!! Amazing! Thx for sharing this great vids.
It is good to see how you work with the burn tool and how you are adding the lights to the character.
Please show us more of this!
the "wtf" image is awesome... could be a cover of 'THOR'! ;)
Great sketches. I like the last characters very much.
Yeah! New pages :)
I love the new ones and the colors from your colorist are great btw.
So when will the book hit the stands?
Loosen up your anatomy studies. Use a fast line for this kind of work... try not to 'trace' the anatomy parts from books and try more to nail it with some simple and (very important) fast lines.
With your anatomy studies you are on the right way :)
Keep it up!