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January 18th, 2008 #1
TGillette Sketchbook - 1st Post - 1/18
Hey y'all, I'm a noob here trying to get off my ass & improve my skills. So, starting a sketchbook here in attempt to force myself to draw everyday.
Just attended the Massive Black Revalations workshop in Seattle couple weekends ago & found it was the kick in the ass I needed to start drawing more. Had a fantastic time there, met some cool people, realized I've got a lot to improve upon, got VERY inspired & probably won't miss another workshop again.
So, these are some of the sketches I did @ the workshop + a few I've done over the past week. Mostly pencil, ink & marker. A little Photoshop too.
Hope u dig & by all means, if you've got any crits for me, please let me have it.
Last edited by TimGillette; April 11th, 2008 at 07:52 PM.
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January 18th, 2008 #3King of Dragons
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Hey what up bro! I probably met you, your style seems firmiliar! Anyone who draw X23 is okay with me! I like your style man, its awsome! Welcome to CA.org.
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I like them style
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March 3rd, 2008 #8
This latest piece I did for a show at the Ouch My Eye Gallery in Seattle this month.
The show consisted of about 20 very talented artists & the theme was "Saturday Morning Cartoons from the 70's & 80's". My piece is my take on Smurfette. Was shooting for a little more realistic & creepy than the regular Smurfette, so I think I was fairly successful.
March 12th, 2008 #9
These are really neat! Your Smurfette is really nice. I like her long tail.
It looks really good in that frame too. Is that a Glicee print?
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March 16th, 2008 #10
Sweet style Tim! Keep them coming!
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March 29th, 2008 #14
Great work! Love the females.
March 29th, 2008 #15
I love the faces of your girls man. Strong and sexy, but allso "tender", my english vocabulary lacks a little.
Also, I love the colors you use. very lively.
Looking forward to future posts
Please take the time to give me some constructive criticism in my Sketchbook
April 8th, 2008 #16
great stuff here. love your sketches and the finished illustrations. your girls sure have some attitude. the pink one with the flying girl is my favourite.
but I think it's definately time for an update.
April 8th, 2008 #17
Love your style! I'm a big sucker for vivid expression and a bigger sucker for drawings that toe the line between realism and cartoon--semi cartoon I guess, for want of a better term. It's a goal of mine to be good at this type of drawing someday so you definitely inspire!
April 8th, 2008 #18
Very fun sketchbook.Like the B&W marker pics the most, the crisper rendering suits your angler style more IMO than the smoothed out photoshop colours.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
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April 8th, 2008 #19
Your character designs are excellent! Love the Smurfette.
Look forward to seeing more.
April 11th, 2008 #20
Skoda - Glad you like the Smurfette, I felt like I failed a little bit on that. A lot of people at the show had no idea it was Smurfette... oops. And yep, that's a Glicee print. Printed out very nice (got a couple left if anyone's interested).
Smid - Thank you kindly.
Sinto - Thanx, although I'm starting to feel like I need to draw more variation in my facial expression.
Clochette - That one is definitely my favorite too. I'm thinking about doing a series of those... time permitting.
Bobo - Thank you, sir. That's a big compliment coming from you, as I've been a fan of yours.
Hilbruks - Thanks!
Monotony - Definitely time for an update... I've been slacking lately. Got a couple in the works though.
Maridius - I'm definitely there w/ you on the cartoony/realistic balance. Thanx.
Sevans - Yes, I love working w/ markers. Cool results w/ no dirty hands.
Quinn - Thanx alot!
Here's a work-in-progress. Hopefully I'll make some progress on this over the weekend... I'll probably try to wrap up the pencils soon & start painting over it digitally:
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Top stuff dude, really dig your style.
April 23rd, 2008 #23
I'm a little pissed I haven't had time to draw lately, but just finished penciling my Cowgirl & Boozey-Robot last night. Gotta make a couple fixies before coloring it, mainly her hand isn't actually "holding" the whiskey bottle. Also realized the gun gets lost in her pants, so gotta remedy that somehow...
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Nice updates Tim, this latest piece, Cowgirl & Boozey, is coming along nicely.
The rendering on the cowgirls head is great!
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