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    *just passing by*
    love the new updates

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    whoa i just gotta tell ya again: your moleys are so damn awesome! - probably the best moleskine art i've ever seen! love your brushwork! the latest update rocks as well!!!

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    love a creative sketchbook (a physical o ne i mean)

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    Thanks for all the positive feedback. Here's my most recent sketchbook page:

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    The dude is ball point pen and watercolor, drawn from life. The nekkid lady is watercolor and colored pencil and was taken drawn form a photo on characterdesigns.com

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    Great paintings. I love the way you play with colors!

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    I promise to draw every day, and try to post everyday!(Changed)
    Being inspired by some of you guys,
    and thus decided to pick up my pencil everyday!

    I'll post any junk I make, in hopes of getting much
    constructive criticism and LEARN! (:


    Sketchbook!


    Old Sketchbook Full of fear, I believe.
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    Thanks Chompo!

    Here's a few more pages from the past week or so:

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    Acrylic paint, some different markers and home made zip-atone!

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    These are all acrylic paint.

    Peace, out y'all!!

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    Like those last two spreads, good design or composition or whatchamallacallit on 'em. Resonating stuff, ya know? And the paint job is nice, especially on the left page of the second spread. The page with the ink work takes the cake for me, always had a thing for strong b&w's.

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    Thanks Walnut!

    Here's a study (bad copy) of a Milton Caniff drawing. The original was black and white. I added some wash for fun!
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    India ink with watercolor.

    ... and here's another sketchbook page:
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    Acrylic paint, India Ink, and collage.

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    hnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnngh awesome color coordination

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    If you ever printed your moleskine I'd buy one. Your charecterdesigns lady is gorgeous.

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    Looking beautiful, man! I haven't had enough time to watercolour as much as I'd like... Gotta correct that!

    These spreads are looking fantastic as always.

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    I feel really useless saying this, but

    wow, awesome!

    it's all I can say

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    your work in amazing as usual, really a fun and beautiful sketchbook, and the variety is just
    *faints*

    rock ooonnn!

    ciao

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    I LOOOOVE YOUR MOLESKINE... nothing else to report

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    Hey It's been a long time since i told you how much your work is excellent ! So, here I am ! *art hug*
    Awesome sketchbooks, really!
    Keep on being awesome !!

    Oh and : When do you make a comic book??

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    a la bapsi: Thanks!
    Bill: Thanks! I've been thinking about doing that. Maybe I'll have one for Comic-Con one of these years.
    IanE: Thanks! I know how you feel. I've been working so hard the last few months, I haven't been able to paint as much as I'd like to either.
    Max Challie: Thanks! I found your post very useful for my big fat ego!
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    Clochette: Thanks! Those paintings on your blog look awesome by the way! I'm working on a comic right now! It looks like it'll be done sometime in 2010 (yeash!) but I might be able to start posting some sneak peeks this summer. We'll see how things go.

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    I did this last night. The model had this funny antler headband thing. I excluded the headband part because always look better as hybrid monsters.

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    Damn. You're driving me crazy. Every page in your sketchbook is a mini masterpiece. Thanks so much for posting everything.

    Please stop by my new Anatomy Sketchbook and critique the hell out of it.

    "If everything is under control, you are going too slow."- Mario Andretti

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    nice handling of the watercolours in the life paintings mate, really clean and well placed strokes. love all the sketch pages, not a bad word to say bout any of those. Fun stuff.

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    Screaming colors lately. Batman smirk, silly.

    SketchBook Chris Yoakum?
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    crazy3dman: Thanks.
    wookiedabo: Thanks. I've never had anyone describe my watercolor technique as "clean" before. haha.
    MonkeYoakum: Thanks. I've been trying to push myself to use more and better colors maybe it's starting to pay off!

    Iggy:

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    Pop:

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    Both of these are Speedball Super Black India ink applied with a Winsor Newton Series 7 Size 1 brush.

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    love the inks but try size 3!

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    fantastic book - glad I saw you stuff! Ride on..

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    Holy shit!!! Your moleskins are so inspiring... love the colors you use.

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    realy grate love the lines and colors you are using, and the wey you use them. Moebius stuff realy good i wold like to see more of that.

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    Victor B: Haha! I love my size 3! Unfortunately, the it's started to loose it's point
    lewiston: Thanks!
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    Owm: Thanks man! unfortunately I can only bring myself to copy moebius a few times a year.

    Every once in a while, I get the idea that I need to put together an Editorial illustration portfolio. Here are acouple of examples.

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    This one is about city councils considering raising the water rates to encourage conservation. Finished it last night. Brush and ink and then colored in Photoshop.

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    This is about speaking what's in your heart. Did this one a while ago. Brush and ink with a watercolor wash.

    Last edited by super skoda; April 8th, 2009 at 01:56 PM.
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    If I were a woman I would say have my babies now! but Im not sooo I wont, I will say however great work dude.

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    The "speaking what's in your heart" one is perfect, probably the only way to do that topic properly. As always, great work. You should do up an editorial cartoon portfolio, it'ld probably get you some good work. Cheers!

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    The editorials look great. It's very easy to imagine your stuff in a mag. My faves are still those awesome moleskines though. Nice suff man.

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    You should be in newspapers.

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    God Damn man! Awesome updates! The latest stuff is really really good, Makes all my artsy juices flow haha. I really dig the Iggy Pop stuff you got going there. Keep us updated!

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