Hey I never got to thank you for criting my sketchbook. I really appreciate it. Your sketchbook is cool, you have a pretty distinct cartoony style, and that cityscape is amazing. What medium was it?
Thanks Metallurgist, people always notice the cartoon in my style. It was never intended and that's the weird thing, I blame Manga if anything.
Glad you like the cityscape, it was drawn out in pencil and then coloured with watercolour. In hindsight I should've done the whole thing digitally, as I've started altering bits like the sky and signs now.
Cheers and keep up the good work.
Incredible sketches,man!Love the way you color your stuff but that piece with the parade or crowd is just fantastic!!It reminds me of Moebius with all that detail and the coloring being a little washed as well.Great work dude!
Tschayssen: Thanks, glad you like my style. Thanks also for your list of programs and system specs.
Kriss_Kringle: Cheers, I'm still getting used to colouring really as I've spent most of the time in greyscale, but glad you think it's working. Also very humbled to be compared to the great Moebius, he's an idol of mine too. Thanks and all the best.
A few robot ideas for a piece of work over the weekend.
I really dig the dude with the dual desert eagles.....sweet stuff man, b1itchin
sketchbooks, and tryint to see what faces i can recognise, definitely spotted ed, matty and thats gotta be spooky dog.
also was wondering if you would consider selling concept sketches or not
just spent a good couple hours looking through all your posts and reading crits while i should be finishing some exhibition peices. i always assumed your slightly wonky anatomy and contorted faces were an intentional reflection on bristol rave culture. hah.
but yeh lovin it and you can really see improvement through the posts.
any chance you could direct me to some of your influences especially the biotech and speaker porn stuff