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These are some drawings I've done recently. I'm a noob to this forum but don't be afraid to critique me. Also check out my website at jonlamart.com and my blog (which is also new) jonlamart.blogspot.com
Last edited by JonLamArt; May 20th, 2008 at 04:23 PM.
I'm feelin your style. very nice... i'd love to see more. BTW, is that halftone paper in the maid sketch? where do you get that stuff? how does it work? so many question... so little time befor i pass out.
great work! Keep it coming.
now you've got me curious about "Hard-boiled"
i think its great work, really stylish, keep posting
One of my threads in Finally finished was moved for some fucking reason, so I'm reposting here.
Welcome Jonny Boy, I'm really happy that i've stumbled upon your book! Love the loose style equipped with some pop elements. I'm really fascinated by the gray and sepia toned artwork featuring the bot and some organic matter. Love how some of the elements are vague and in shadow while the focal points are clearly defined. Keep this up, I'll keep reading
Sketchbook!! Please help me improve!
this is a w.i.p from a short story I'm working on.
More pages from a short story I'm workin on.
Hey man, any time, just ask
Nice style. I'd be cool to see what you could do by flooding some of your stuff with even more fine details. What's your major in school if you don't mind me asking?
Last edited by akildee; June 12th, 2008 at 10:58 AM.
I'm interested in seeing the short story when it's done. Your work shows a lot of practice and skill. Nicely done.
I second Akildee's comment. Put a little bit more texture or finer details into the works to give them that finished feeling and visual interest.
Can't wait to see more.
I agree too, I think finer details would really push it up. I'll post more as soon as I can.
Akildee- my major in school was Illustration
"absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee
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this is great work. am i detecting a bit of Ashley Wood influence? your work is extremely original though. loving it!
i love the attitude and personality in the pic with the little boy surrounded by floaty papers. That thing is being saved straight to my potential wallpapers folder . My favourite here is the girl with the gun with a yellow background though. If i saw that on the front of a comic or artbook i'd have to pick it up to have a peek.
I dont really like the darker works- they are rather muddy, which makes them a bit..blah to look at, certainly in comparison to the more vibrant work. The more graphic works stand out to me a LOT more- its hard to seperate personal taste from non-biased observation here, im a big fan of graphic styles- but it does look like you had more fun making the graphic works than the muddier stuff, they have a special energy about them which isnt there so much in the darker images.
Awesome stuff dude! Keep them coming! Every piece has got a nice sense of style. Really nice colours and textures in those paintings.
holy damn, these are sweet,they all have a nice, unique almost grungey look to them.
i really enjoy the girl with the blue ring eyes
hey man good stuff! i'm surprised that u dont have 5 stars yet!
Killer work man! Keep it up!