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awesome work man. keep going. whatever ou said in 271st post makes a lot of sense. thanks for sharing
sense of purpose
Really great pencil work!! Thanks for sharing those comic pages and studies.
lens flare renaissance
Wr00m, thanks, man. Thanks for stopping by.
Black Spot, yeah, it really does. Thank you for dropping by each time, really appreciate it.
ColorExcursion, would you buy it?
Sombertwin, Dennis the menace rocks! I used to watch it hours on end when I was young. Still read the strips which come out on the local newspaper. Thanks for stopping by my sb.
CUKIERass, wow, go ahead. It'll be an honour.
8bit, don't say that. All of our stuff should be humble. Glad you dropped by!
bhanu, hmm ...but it's just right for looking cool.
TASmith, nah, Neeraj Menon is doing it. He's phenomenal - panelgutter.deviantart.com!
Black Spot, thank you, glad you feel so.
Myllys, Wow, those are heavy words! Thanks fro dropping by and liking my stuff.
JailHouseRock2, wow, thank you.
sin eater, thank you fro thinking that, and dropping by my sb.
Koto, thanks. You have a great sb.
I wasn't able to update this thread because my comic work got extended. Won't have time to continue this sb before December, first week. Anyway, just wanted to show some work I could squeeze in.
My entry for POW! 44.
Some characters and thumbs...
Finally, a speedpaint, and a birthday strip for a friend.
Hey, these pencils studies are really great!
You're right, best way to learn is to have solid basis!! (I also have the impulse to run digital when see at bigger artist and their stunning works).
I did enjoy this sketchbook, shows progress aswell as a big number of eye-pleasers
One thing I noticed is that your cartoon-type stuff reads alot better than your serious paintings.
Cartoons are often exagerrated in terms of posing, body-language and composition. Meanwhile real life is alot more subtle in those aspects. Too me it seems like you're trying to hard to make the serious drawings "SERIOUS" thus lacking in flow.
I think you'd gain ALOT from trying to combine the flow and composition from your cartoonish stuff with the harsh brutal rendering of the serious ones.
Maybe I'm just rambling but give it some thought
wow man....great stuff here. your inkwork is mind botteling. i love it
J: Don't call my escorts hookers.
B: Mom's still got it!
J: I don't date whores!
L: This objectification of women has to stop!
M: It's just mom and whores...
My Sketch Book
bhanu, thank man, glad you like 'em.
Black Spot, thank you.
dleoblack, yes, it happens. Building a base, and squeezing in some time for doing studies on a regular basis is necessary(Look who's talking... sheesh).
Abee, yes, you are right, It's easier said than done, though.
Here's the last splash for the comic. I only got one night to do it, so maybe it isn't what I wanted it to be. But I'm rather pleased with the end result... other than the fact that I'm dissatisfied. Yeah...
Cool life drawings here, and what about this comic,
some different camera shot's would be good.
I can count 13 close up shots, he could do some
more with his hands like a gesture, touching his
chin/ head etc.
Or when he opens the fridge, show the hand how it
Last edited by iven; November 24th, 2010 at 11:57 PM. Reason: Forgot some feedback,....
iven, you're right, looking back, the comic ended up with a lot of close shots. Thanks for dropping by, and the advice. Much appreciated.
Black Spot, It actually ended up getting coloured over the pencils. Shame, I would've liked to see it inked as well.
hücumkedi, thanks a lot for the effusive response, it's far too much for me.
Recent work for a client.
Interesting concepts above all i see.
I like that you are interested in many different topics.
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
Great pencils! especially with the comic pages
My nunchucks speak louder than words?
awesome work and style.. also the sketches
Invalid User, thank you so much, your compliment's more than I deserve. I'm glad you dropped by my sketchbook, and liked my work.
A study from the master Phil Hale. It was such a humbling experience. There is so much to learn, I didn't even know where to begin. Somehow fumbled my way through.I ended up learning a lot though, and that made me glad.
That latest studies look good and tight, though I think, be careful about the edges though, and I think you should also push the tonal contrast further. I like the strokes that you are coming up with lately too, they have a nice gestural quality to them. DO more phil hale, velasquez, sargent, sorolla studies... and try doing full figures too.
And now, on to the newer linear style that you are doing. Its like a beautiful child of your influences like Michel Sommer maybe and your own sensibilities. I hope side by side you are also drawing dynamic figures in this style. Explore different possibilities. Push. Then Push some more.
Sorry this seemed more like a ramble than a proper critique.
really awesome updates man!! im loving this comic soo much! the one your penciling, and the latest POW are awesome!! monster mash was great ha! keep it coming!!!
oh ya and 5 stars to boot!
Nice to see you pushing yourself and trying out new techniques. It can only add to your work.
bhanu, thanks a lot for dropping by, your advice is always appreciated brother. I will continue doing studies of masters I admire. Also, I agree that I need to push this new style more.
NickyBeats, thank you for all the praise! I am glad you like my work, I appreciated your sketchbook as well.
Black Spot, thank you, for the comment, and the support. I really appreciate it.
Haven't been able to do much today. A doodle of good old Hellboy.
Love the hell boy, ya coulda pushed him even further with his appearance, however I like the subtle colour change near the end going purple, a very nice touch. And the Phil Hale study, like.
Btw stay away from greys and blacks when working with colours. Keep rocking.