S U P E R S K O D A
the sketchbook of
Mr. Tyler Crook
Table of contents:
2008 page 1
2009 page 12
2010 page 17
Here are some pages out of a recent sketchbook. These are out of a Moleskine. Each spread is about 10.5 inches wide by 8.25 inches high. These are mostly watercolors and various markers.
Let me know what you think.
Last edited by super skoda; February 4th, 2010 at 12:37 PM. Reason: Adding to table of contents
Great fluid style you got goin here. Thumbs up
sketchbook updated October 6th
Thanks for the thumbs up OlmertA!
Here are some Bat Mans (or is it Bat Men?)
Hey i like your style so much!Please, post some more.
Cant say anything bad about them.
fresh and DELUX sketchbook! love the analog skillz, I gotta get back to sprucing up my sketchbook pages with some ink and paint fosho.
GREAT style yo!
made me think of this, take a peek:
hey man, love your sketches..but i was wondering what kind of sketchbook you did these on. I've been wanting to try some watercolor and other paints in mine but the pages wrinkle, but it doesn't seem like you have that problem in yours.
saw this earlier, thought id come back and leave a comment. i like your use of color in your mole skin, watercolor right? don't you find the pages 'buckle' a little tho? you should try dipping a bit of natural sponge in the paint and then in your book, it gives a nice texture that i think you could 'enhance' with a little pen work to really make these forms pop. keep it up dude ;-)
Love this one!
What are you using for color man? I'm starting to incorperate ink washes and thought maybe you could give me some pointers. PM or post in sketchbook!
Loving them water colors. Keep rocking! ;-)
"Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment." -Jalal Ud-Din Rumi
Hey thanks for all the kind words everybody!
I totaly get that but I guess I don't see it as a problem. It's neat when a sketch book starts to puff up and not close all the way.i was wondering what kind of sketchbook you did these on. I've been wanting to try some watercolor and other paints in mine but the pages wrinkle, but it doesn't seem like you have that problem in yours
The Moleskine stuff is on pretty heavy stock so it dosen't really wrinkel it does kind of warp though. The Batman stuff was drawn in a regular old black sketch book (maybe a canston). Those pages totaly wrinkle. I just squish it flat on the scanner and it doesn't really show.
I hadn't ever tried the natural sponge thing. I'm a big fan of scott morse (http://scottmorse.blogspot.com/) so you'd tyhink I would have tried that by now. Thanks.you should try dipping a bit of natural sponge in the paint and then in your book
Thanks! I copied that from a photo I found in a book about of taxadermied people. I use a set like this: http://www.winsornewton.com/products...&ProductID=643 They are pretty cheap and super portable.What are you using for color man?
youre style is fantastic.
i like the water color look
I love the way you color your drawings. Not to mention the style. You've gotta love that style.
Super stuff dude.
Love your oldschool batman.
very nice! my moleskin sketchbook is filled with terrible skeches and squiggles, these are just fantastic
Here's some Darkseids from an older sketchbook and some stuff from my current book.
These are from my Saturday morning life drawing thing that I go to pretty often. Under drawing is conte crayon and the color is watercolor. The first one was five mins, the second was 10 and the other two were 20 mins.
Here's one of Frank King. I've never really read Gasoline Alley but I saw this photo and thought it was cool so I drew it. Then I tried drawing my dog but he wouldn't sit still.
Here are some from a little tiny moleskine. Each spread is only 7.25 x 5.5. These are mostly watercolor and brush pen.
HA i love it! so colorful! reminds me a little of Nic Kleins sketchbook stuff
I have a moleskine too, but my markers seem to go straight through 2-3 pages, bummer
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=219464 - Portfolio review thread
Thanks! Nic Klein is awesome. I actually did the second one from the top after reading his tutorial. I use the Moleskine with the thick paper (around 100 lb.) but markers still soak through. The one that says "NORTATEM" actually says "Metatron" but soaked through to this side.
Nothing beats flipping through a sublime molskine like this one.
Every page is fantastic and breathtaking. Very skillful use of watercolor in gesture sketches.
great use of color and the moleskine =)
five stars from me sir, glad you are here and updating!