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i decided on making a new sketchbook because of 2 simple reasons.
1. i'm finding myself to be really productive nowadays. well, maybe not "really", but i'm trying. hopefully i'll get to do a lunch sketchy during the weekdays.
2. my old sketchbook is full of deadlinks
here's some stuff, expect more...soon!
a speedpainto from lunch today. good ole manji (blade of the immortal)
sketchies from a border's
(if my jpgs are a tad bit too big, please let me know!)
Last edited by robinchyo; May 3rd, 2009 at 03:38 AM.
Hey robinchyo. It's cool to see you posting in new sketchbook.
I saw some of your art long time ago in Finally Finished and I loved vibrant colors in illustration (Just like in this Vyle inspired pic).
I like those life pencil sketches. Very loose and the way you put lines really shows that you're searching for right proportions and ephasize gesture.
Keep posting man .
I started this yesterday during lunch, but only got to work on it for like 30 mins or so. So I finished it up today. It's hard for me to just "stop". Anyways, time to move on to some new stuff.
Farvus- Thanks, man. Honestly, I'm not really fond of my sketchbook drawings. They're fun to do, but after a while, I just end up going "ew". :p
Kian- Nice chatting with you today. Rip away! :-D
Really strong designs in the last 4 posts. Keep this going, man. You're onto something really good here, I can feel it! Can't believe that started off as a farm... isn't it awesome how ideas can shift so easily and drastically? Don't stop.
Cool speedies and colours - keep rockin it!
Wow. Great stuff. I really like post #10.
Today's speedy is quick and sloppy. I got kind of bored with it rather quickly and the 3d models that I used as a base became more of a burden than anything.
DanielC- I might reuse the character and make a more dynamic illo with him. But as for the image itself, it's done.
i like it, perhaps the character coming thru the door should have a darker silouette though, to draw the eye more
Hey, Robin. I've been through your book before but never got the chance to leave a note. Really enjoyed your speedies, especially the last batch. The very last one is my favorite. Very Blade Runner-esque. WHich is pure awesome in my book. Keep it coming, keep the inipiration alive.
nice sketchbook men, really nice works, im waiting for updates, keep working! cheers!