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May 24th, 2011 #105
Zombie dinosaurs? What a brilliant idea The second one has a nice expression for a zombie dinosaur
I dig the angry birds, especially the big one on the top.
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Well, two weeks without computer yet no actual studies were done. But I did draw a lot of completely horrible horses. HMMM.
Oh god there's so much stuff that I'll have to post this in parts because it takes. so. long.
June 10th, 2011 #107
Your work has the most charmingly derpy quality to it. Especially the horses.
I love it.
click and crit
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June 10th, 2011 #110
I'm seeing definite improvement here, good job. I like the castle scenes and the knight that's leaning forward - good expressiveness (I'm also sucker for anything fantasy).
Exploding whale is cool too.
(You really like those sandworms, don't you?)
Sketchbook: There and Back again Updated- 7/04/12
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June 12th, 2011 #114
Well I'm sitting here at 5 in the morning, miserable with allergies, but I just went through your sketchbook and now I am cheered up! I love everything here- your fun, whimsical style, your awesome monsters and dragons, the zombie dinosaurs!! I will be following this thread now (like a puppy following you home).
June 12th, 2011 #115
Oh my god it's so hot and sitting in front of a hot computer doesn't help.
It's 30 Celsius inside and I'm sweating my skin off, literally.
So I went to Helsinki (again) to photo and draw some buildings and visited a natural history museum. Took more photos and drew less that I should've. Also, if anyone wants to see lots of photos about the weird architecture in Helsinki (like "infant sitting on fish" fountain and creepy faces on walls) enjoy this photoload.
June 12th, 2011 #116
Man I love this sketchbook! Especially this last page is really great. And very fun (those horses haha). Have you read the scene in the Dresden Files series with the giant zombie T-rex? Best scene in a book ever.
Your drawings from life are nice as well; don't think I've seen more crooked windows than those in my life, but it doesn't even matter. Not at all. Nice linework overall.
June 12th, 2011 #117