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Stuff is looking good. I liked the pose for the Juggernaut looking guy. Just change up the helmet some and it wouldn't look so similar. Good stuff!
Grief - thank, man! Loving your stuff, too. Always checking in to see where you're at.
Monotony - thanks! I'm glad you like it.
two new pieces. Going to be offering prints of these and others as I work them up.
thanks dood! But I'm not at the point that you want to copy me yet. It's a standard process - a pencil outline using straight lines - no curves - to establish shape and proportions of major objects...
i see you commenting on other people's books, but not sharing more of your awesomeness with the rest of us...MOAR!
you make my stomach ache in sadness. you're probably younger than i am and living the dream. at least one of us is. lol
doublethink - yeah, Churchill. nice! Thanks for the words!
Lateman - thanks for the compliments! glad to hear you like them. I'm digging them. Lots of kinks to work out, but getting there.
Your apples were outstanding! I'm really enjoying your work, though I hope you don't lose interest in traditional media completely. Your earlier works had a lot of life and interest to them. Thanks...
deal with it
Man, I love your book. These last building and armor designs are freaking sweet! Really cool shapes and contrast of large spaces with small, detailed areas. Balanced like a pro. Thanks for posting.
Are you enjoying digital more than traditional? Lately, it looks like digital is your new direction. Is that right?
not a hand illustrated piece, but a picture of my wife I took at the beach that I worked up.
Nice evolution from the beginning of this book. And thanks for the comment in mine. Your cartoon faces are pretty sweet. I'll keep an eye for new posts on this one!
took the drawing/painting from last night and played with it in ps and gave it some text. using it as a screen saver. this is a small version, obviously.
Thanks Daraf. They are a visual interpretation of selected segments of John Milton's "Paradise Lost" from the mid 1600's.
Here is a face that I watercolored in my moleskine. Don't usually use...
Been a long time, but I have been drawing. Finished the five panel piece based on Milton's Paradise Lost. They're framed in one long frame with five sequential openings. These are the last four.
the porn hijack is a little weird, but the drawings are cool
Really great work! The clean lines and design adds so much to your work.
I would love to see some of your crappy sketches, too, though. Sometimes you can tell more about an artist by seeing what...
Fantastic! Really wonderful work.
How old are you? Do you work professionally in art?
The first in five panels I'm painting of John Milton's "Paradise Lost" to frame in my home.
pencil sketch and a new watercolor/pencil rendering. I wonder if anyone will recognize the historical figure? good test of my ability to capture a likeness. first time i tried.