Hey, great painting technique! I was about to say "that neck just looks like a bird!!" but then I read your swanly intentions. Very well done.
My my, so many, obscure marvel superheroes! :D Never heard about 50% of them.
As inspiring as ever!
Great, great proposition. Keep it up man. I'll be watching your progress regularly. :)
Haha, superb drawing subject. If only there were more people like you, the world would be a different (Better!) place!
I specially like your clean lines, as seen on the bruce rendering. Keep at it...
Those pencils are impressive. Now I'd like to see that coloured ;)
Great improvement over the years. Keep it up mate and you'll reach far :)
Woah, "becoming a master" seems like a bold statement, but you're indeed in the right path. Just had a quick overview of your sketch and I've got to say it: Yeah! ;D
In the last concept, righthand...
Nice sketches :) Keep drawing everyday and store those drawings deep in a drawer (or in the early pages of this page)... when 2 or 3 months have gone by, get them back and you'll see by yourself :D
You might want to consider adding this one.
Overcoming Creative Block
25 artists share their insights and solutions to this ever-recurring problem we all face.
I love Build's solution......
Your last illustration shows how 2D benefits from 3D knowledge a lot! It might seem simplistic at first look, but the lines are set right where they have to be. Excellent! :D
I have been lurking around, and except a few shy mentions here and there, I haven't seen much talk about Sketchcrawl. You might say, what is Sketchcrawl?
Hey merrycarousel, very nice sketchbook! Your bridgeman's studies are superb, do it more often! And while you're at it, doing some more (photo or natural) referenced study will give you broader...
Thanks to Google I found this website, Scribd, where there are many free books in pdf. It's nice to handle a book in paper, but for people wanting to save a bit, there's an alternative here ;)