I love the last set of character sketches (post #25), you injected so much character into them.
Nice work Chate,
The pengin long snout, Sandleburg kids and Imagine fx cover are my favourites;D. Love the colors you work with. Good results too with the thick linework you have. Ill be watching your art
really adorable face expressions on these creatures and characters.
Last post is my favourite, specially the pen and copics's page one.
Do you study at an artscool? (Ben Sala perhaps)
really nice stuff! Like the way you play with colors and shapes. and of course u have lots of spaced out thing which in my book is a really good thing!!
You and Pat make quite the team!
Awesome work, funny funny funny
very inspiring stuff, chow 114 is my fav., keep the good work .Thumbs up...
Discoskull - thank you so much =)
Kaffinated - thanks man. I'm looking to get out of the playful phase a bit, but it's always a fun place to fall back to.
Quinn Simoes - thank you. I used a method I learned from Tergete's video tutorials, only digitalized: I started with a more-or-less random scribble with a slanted brush and then went crazy with a very small hard brush to get a pen look. When you hardly think about what you're going to do next you get some awesome, fresh results.
Markito - thanks. I'm glad your favorites are some of the more recent work. Means I'm going somewhere =)
blacky - thanks! Unfortunately I don't study at an art school...last time I studied art was in high school and it was mostly talk and bullshit, so I gave it up.
Johan 79 - many thanks. Colors is something I'm trying to get better at, so I'm glad you like.
Coinpurse We ARE quite the team, aren't we? Thank you plenty.
cleos - thaks!
sabin - Thank you. Throw a monkey into space and you're bound to get something good out of it.. =)
zeo-x - Thanks a lot. I hope to be able to post more stuff, as time permits.
A few more sketches a-la-Targete and a piece I've been working on for a while, trying my hand at some more realistic stuff, color and composition. Deep thanks to my darling Pat (Chuck,Mate) for pointing out a mistake I've been making over and over again - the character's head shouldn't turn towards outside the canvas, but towards the larger space of the drawing. I still feel stupid for never having figured it out myself.
Thanks Andi =)
Some sketches and a couple of things I've started and hope to finish sometime.
what program do u use to make these in please tell me?
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