closing this bad boy down
closing this bad boy down
Last edited by Flipnastywebby; January 20th, 2010 at 01:44 PM.
HAHA FIRE CROCHE…your wolverine is the best one I seen o this site just cause you really caught the attitude behind him …good work!
Please visit my sketchbook ….I love the feed back
The greatest achievement is selflessness.
The greatest worth is self-mastery.
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.
Thanks broddy! I really liked painting that one....it was a mess of watercolor, pastel, red ink, and i think some rum.....who knows
thanks for taking the time and posting
i checked out your sketch book...I really lirk the textures you use!
Wow, That's a lot for a first post! Thanks for stobbing by thread!
I really like the sleeping guy (kinda reminds me a bit of Jsweet pencils, hey! just a bit, we have lot's of work to do to achieve his status! hehe)
And the drowning woman, kinda reminds me of a color scheme I chose in a recent speedpaint. So I dig that as well.
Just gonna say Welcome! And keep being inspired by this awesome site!
.....awww man that sleeping guy is my girl friend.....
but thanks for posting a reply! It does not go unappreciated trust me
the drowning lady was something i did in college right after a nasty break up....it was a phobia assignment (great inspiration by the by) I guess the break up kind of helped move the piece along.....i got really lucky too cause the water colors just worked the way i needed them to.
i love this site!
really cool stuff not only great style but there all doing cool things
your skill level jumps around a bit. i think the stuff you viewed actually comes out insanely good while the imagination stuff still has some hesitation in it. your comic pages are great simply because it shows that you can do visual storytelling...that is difficult to do and you do it well. your colouring is coming along and you're actually blending quite nicely. definitely want to see more posts. i can see this being a very popular threat in the future. lata
Agree with ped454. I particularly like the ones that look like they were
sketched on colored paper, and the last one of the guy with the big gun
has a nice feel to it. Keep pushing the pencil!
I love your cleaner pen/pencils! You use a lot of gestural sketch lines that are wonderful for motion but you could try toning them down and letting the figure have a bit more presence.
Keep up the great work...
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A lot. A bit. A little something different...
grandmassa Mr. Spect :: thank you for the kind words
ped 454 :: yeah for some reason unless I have reference with some stuff the figures just get static and stiff...so Im working on that
oomgawa :: yeah i love that sketch paper, almost done with that book too!!!
AlotAbitAlittle :: as always, I really appreciate your input and insight. you always enable me to make my work better and better with your amazing attention to detail. Thank you
Thanks again everyone for posting your comments!
thanks for all the great advice
here's another dump of work
how everyone is enjoying it
Last edited by Flipnastywebby; January 20th, 2010 at 01:49 PM.
oh yeah this is the one im working on for the gangus chow
Last edited by Flipnastywebby; January 20th, 2010 at 01:50 PM.
You just gave me the proof that even without masterizing every aspect of anatomy, colour or perspective, one can still pull out creative and convincing art.
I especially like the "torture" painting. You did put a lot of efforts on it and it shows. I hope you'll finish it.
I’ll definitely be checking your work.
I am not retarded, I just have a poor English.
Thanks for visiting my book. I'm impressed by the variety and quality you display here, well done.
The tribute to Glenn really came out nice, I must admit that I visited your thread after you posted the first two wips and thought "this composition is not gonna work", but it does. You somehow managed not only to save the piece, but to turn it into something great.
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