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Jamie: Thanks! I'm glad you like sketches. Nice sketchbook yourself, keep it up!
Gouache. 45 minutes. Plein air, in Andover, MA.
Majora: i would love to see someone where this for Halloween. if i wasn't so lazy i'd try to make it myself.
Sascha Thau: thanks!
Artfix: cool, thank you. yeah, one day i'll sit down and try to...
Great sketchbook and I like your blogs too. Really inspirational work. Which company do you work for in the Seattle area?
The idea is that this creature is a parasite that attaches to a human host. It's a shitty fate for whoever is unlucky enough to be the host.
No one knows if the original human host still retains...
nice, i like your landscape sketch.
the last face you did is really good too. I was looking through your work and I was thinking that with your paintings you should look at your edge control....
I have a ton of stuff from this past year.
Work has been keeping me busy, but still learning a lot.
Thanks! Yeah, I do need to post more. I have so much to post since last time. I forget how nice the community is here, so much talent and encouragement.
Thanks for the reminder, though, I see I'm...
Just continuing to refine the design. It's looking pretty stereotypical now, but oh well, this is just an exercise for now.
A recent life drawing session.
Thanks, Kvick. I enjoy painting mountains and atmosphere, probably one of my favorite things to paint. As for the wide range of styles, it's really just experiments, playing around with shapes and...
Thanks for the encouragement, Hai! I'll be sure to give this sketchbook some more attention.
Thanks, cloakedmouse. It's kind of gimmicky, considering I used a texture I found on the web, but it's just a rough paper texture that I painted over so it sort of got integrated more smoothly into...
Thanks for the feedback. I think I had trouble trying to create an expression for her as well as how to light her face. What are your thoughts?
It's a big, big dump. It's interesting to see the progress, I feel like concept art, to me, covers sooo much information that it feels like this big machine and you have to keep tightening up bolts...
I don't usually post on CA but I'm going try to do it more regularly from now on, mostly just in my sketchbook. Thanks for all the encouragement too, I really appreciate it.
Really nice urban environments. Really good use of photo reference.
Having some fun in Photoshop.
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