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Thread: Dahami's Reptoids and Aliens
November 13th, 2009 #92
It's a honor meet You Mr. !
I read descriptions of Yours book ... Was fantastic !
A lot of people on many forums only talking about this Book. ''I so want this book'' , '' i must have it !'' , etc...
Thank You very much of reply.
I will come here all of days XD
Hide this ad by registering as a memberNovember 13th, 2009 #93
Aha i forgot...
Its a shame the many people isn't healthy like You Mr.
When i writed question i thinked , nobody reply me but ...
P.S. Mayby i will scan my ''art works '' ...hmm
so thanks again of all
November 18th, 2009 #94
Hey thanks for the SB comment. You have some cool stuff and seem to really be into aliens. I would strongly encourage you to start doing some anatomy studies from artist anatomy books, and books by Loomis, Bridgeman, etc. As well as doing some human head studies and practicing heads and faces. I think it would really help your work take that next step and give it more realism.
November 18th, 2009 #95
I was going through old files and found these scans of images I posted as photographs on the first page of my sketchbook. Scans generally come out better. I cleaned up the background in Photoshop for presentation purposes.
These were done in acrylic, though you can see where I used pencil and ink to demark the scales. I never got anywhere near finished with these, and I probably never will, unless I get seriously back into acrylic at some point. Although I'm liking doing drawings in pencil, scanning them, and adding color and corrections in Photoshop. Much neater than actual paint.
Janos and Untouched24, I appreciate your advice. You are both quite talented. I'll take things at my own pace and see where it goes. Maybe I'll push myself a bit more at some point.
plokoon, thanks again for your interest.
As for the hooded reptilian... More to come on that in a future post.
November 19th, 2009 #96
No problem !
Again Exciting Pictures!!!
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November 19th, 2009 #98
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November 19th, 2009 #99
what is the problem ?
plokoon, thanks again for your interest. |
i told no problem
jkjhklhufsd - what is ur problem ?
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November 19th, 2009 #100
plokoon, that's some nice art, but please remove them and post them at a smaller size, or start your own sketchbook. It's kind of cluttering up my sketchbook. It's a good idea to clean things up a bit, adjust the size, contrast and so forth, before posting your images online.
All I can really tell you about the Bill McDonald illustration is that those are different variations of Grays based on his investigations. I don't know about the one with the round eyes and the odd texture on the head. That's probably one of those rare types that's not reported very often. I suggest you get in touch with Bill McDonald.
November 19th, 2009 #101
I think you have to work al lot on everything .. colors .. shapes anatomy .. stuff like that
but i think you really love drawing and thats great
November 19th, 2009 #102
2.thank You for information.
aha 1 month ago i found rly good site ''Alien jigsaw''
I think You Sir know this webpage
there are some Your sketches, ''Elsie'' and someone others.
So there is intresting book - "I forgot What I Wasn't Supposed To Remember"
The same publish ''MUFON'' Like Yours ''A Visual Guide of alien Beings''
btw. I have got Book of Mr.Philp Wingate - ''Abducted by Aliens?''-1999
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November 19th, 2009 #103
Yes, I'm quite familiar with K. Wilson and her Alien Jigsaw website. She's an experiencer and a researcher. I have a great deal of respect for her. I'm not sure if I've seen the Wingate book you mention but the name is familiar. The images you post are familiar, and I think I've seen versions of them (at least the first two) in several UFO books, but I haven't necessarily seen those same beings in other cases. Let's just say, I have insufficient information to determine exactly what those beings are.
plokoon, I would recommend that you create your own sketchbook for your art. You have done some interesting things and should keep at it. The more you draw, the better your stuff will look. The UFO community needs more illustrators.
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November 20th, 2009 #104
Thank You for advice and for all
Ofcourse i wait for new 'book' Sketches
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