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    Clochette
    Thanks. That's Tony the Tiger - the mascot for Frosted Flakes Breakfast Cereal - I copied it from a 50's box (http://imagecache2.allposters.com/im...s-Posters.jpg). He doesn't look as cool now-a-days( http://www.sife.org/images/frosted_flakes_front.jpg).

    LEvans
    Thanks. But I got to admit that I've just been posting the good pages. There are quite a few crappy pages that I will take with me to the grave.

    _andreas_
    Thanks. Glad to be here.

    Here's some more Life drawing and a Jack Kirby inspired acrylic painting. I guess I should note that these aren't really in a sketch book. The acrylic one is on bristol board and the others are on sheets I pulled out of a biggie jumbo.

    Enjoy!

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    Incredible stuff.

    Your style is fresh but classy, more please.

    Mamas boy once but now I’ve learned to speak draconian
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    very nice !

    Life is good.
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    Really nice stuff, I like youre style.
    Cool is the way youve numbered ure pages on the first posts.
    Keep it up

    grtz Graf.

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    Nice sketches you've got in here, love the sketchy style of your last post.
    keep them coming!

    Greets,Tom

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    Cool stuff, nice watercolors,
    Thanks for the link to Scott Morse's blog.

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    More Saturday morning life drawings. In spite of what it looks like in some of my drawings, the model actually survived.

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    Really like your style! Nice life drawings, Keep posting!

    Quinn

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    i really like your style with the watercolours, your sketches at the very beginning jumped out at me with the colours on the boys face and the simplicity of the old guys face, wicked stuff

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    Your work is really good with a "dont know what" feeling I really love in it.
    Anyway we are also here to grow up and you can become much much better in life drawing maybe you should "build" more sometimes(it helped me a lot this year) soooo
    Kipitup!

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    Wow, impressing work!
    I think about buying wtercolors now

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    Thanks again for all the kind words everybody. It's pretty fun having so many people looking at my drawings.


    M.A.L
    I'm not quite sure what you mean by "build". Do you mean like building up paint layers or spend more time constructing the forms? I'd like to hear more.

    Life drawing is always a struggle for me. I spend the most of the time just trying to calm myself down and not panic.

    So here's some more Sketchbook pages. I've been working on my demo reel lately and I do a lot of doodling on post-its while I wait for test renders and stuff.

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    love the watercolour work.

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    Yeah! Watercolors are really nice and the linework is great too.. lose and confident.

    I'll be following your SB for sure!

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    Damn this is good stuff. Keep the great sketching up, lovely lines and colors.
    cheers!

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    Awsome watercolors as always!
    Yes I recognize Tony the Tiger, he was much better in the 50'! You drawing of him is so cool!

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    I've been reading a little bit of Tin Tin lately... The more real looking you make them the creepier they become.

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    nice tintins
    hmm, u actually made me buy watercolors, it isnt as easy as it looks, but it feels like its gonna be a lot of fun

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    Hahaha, your more realistic Tin Tin kinda looks like me... it's the hair and the scowl

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    BRINKMAN!
    Ha! With hair like that you are ready to go on all kinds of adventures!

    ajvenema
    wow! I hope you have fun with them. My only advice is to not be very precious with them, keep it nice and loose.

    So here's my sketchbookin' for tonight. Apparently I got Wolverine on my mind. Also here are some photos of my current sketchbook. I'm pretty proud of it because I made the book myself. Also you can get a sense of how big my sketchbooks are. Thanks everyone!

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    http://www.wetpaintart.com/thumbnail.asp?cid=278
    This brush pen is awesome... hands down my favorite I've ever found.

    It has incredible range for a small pen, I've got a pick up at my SB.

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    You're right about the non-waterproofness of it. It can be a little smudgey if you're not careful, but it's ease-of-use totally outweighs that fact for me. Simply uncap, draw and recap; no clean-up, no worries... super-easy refills too!

    I've never tried using it on a wet surface, I'll have to try it and see how it reacts.

    -Andy

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    great sketches and figures man. Everything has great character and confidence, thanks for showing

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    Good stuff, 4 starz. Cheers


    Thanks for dropping by!
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    Thanks again everybody. This first one is from a book about 30s movie stars. The second one is just a lady showing her boobs... and a Club apparently.

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    nice watercolors.

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    really nice to see watercolor work on here, great line style too, reminescent of golden age marvel comics or charles burns

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    gosh man! I Luv dat work in here... really awsome watercolour, your making me feel like u've got you water colour kit in you pocket , you always carry the water wid ya, and whenever you feel u wanna paint Bam there ya go!
    Also ur lines are wonderful, but can you tell me how do u make that sketch or u just buy it?!

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    wow. inspiering book...
    amazing suff in here

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    really nice and cool to look at. what a real sketchbook is in my mind

    SketchBook Chris Yoakum?
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