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    Mike Metcalf::::: 3d illusion and figure drawing added

    Hey folks,
    My name is Mike. added my first attempt at one of those wobble gifs that look a bit like 3d (on the last page)

    Lions Tigers and Bears volume 3 is now available! It's about 125 PAGES of full color comic art and is currently on Amazon.com! Written by the Magical Mike Bullock with Art by (me) Mike Metcalf and a cover by the Magnificent Mike Ploog. Many many Mikes, AMIRIGHT?


    Newest updates are at the end of the thread. Bewb and weiner warning.

    Later Taters!
    Michael
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    Some stuff to start off the thread:
    1) Lighthouse from City of Heroes
    2) a pinup of Footpath and Venger for a crossover comic from Ronin Studios
    3) Oinkment; a character I play in City of Heroes
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    Some great characters and ideas here - nice flowing poses and such. Maybe brushh up on your anatomy a bit. You seem to know the general stuff but some of it looks a bit wrong and stylized.
    Great stuff though so keep it up!

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    like your poses, like the anatomy and like the variety of the characters. would love to see a few studies, if there are any...

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    great style, me wantz more !

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    Nice style, wanna see more digital stuff.
    And keep posting everybody here waits for more

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    Hahaa the fat witch made me laugh loud! xD
    You have a nice comic books style.
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    Nice stuff! I don't always like the slightly cartoony Luke Ross/Joe Madureira/Art Adams etc etc. style in some comics, but I can appreciate it. I think the way you've bumped it up a bit in that Iron Fist & Luke Cage pic, and toned it down for Wonder Woman, works magic. The stylised look on the Hulk's digits also jumps out at me, for some reason.

    The only two crits that come to mind straight away are that Ghost Rider's skull looks a little slim and surprised, and DD's skull seems slightly oblong, or missing a bit at the back, too. (Great hatching and everything else, tho.)

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    Great stuff man the anatomy is awesome and your linework is clean. Characters really dynamic more please.....

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    very good style and anathomie! i love the witch pic with this funny spider

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    Thanks to everyone for your thoughtful comments and suggestions.
    Here are a some of my airbrush paintings (non-digital):

    PS Some of these are pretty old crappy grainy jpegs so I'll try to find better quality scans if I have any.
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    Wow, those airbrush paintings look excellent.
    Also, may I add that this:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1226799011
    Had me trippin' balls. haha

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    Wow, the airbrush work is beautiful. The sketchs and comic characters are great too. U have a great understanding on the human figure and ur art is very clean cut. I love the work, keep posting, comment me if u like
    Comment my crappy art PLEEZ ; )



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    I really love the dynamism in this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1226790334

    Great pencils and the airbrushes are very nice.

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    Awesome sketchbook! You have a great style going. You seem to know how to do realistic portraits pretty well so your stylized stuff is pretty justified. This site needs more exaggerated, cartoony drawings. I don't know why everyone gets so uptight if not everything is realistically rendered or perfect from an anatomy standpoint. It's hard to capture that sense of dynamism with something so realistic anyway. That's why so many comic artists, animators, and character designers choose to exaggerate what they're drawing. It's pushing the drawing to the limit and I think you're doing that just fine.

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    I'd like to resist starting an off-topic arty-farty nerdbitchfight on your sketchbook over Bubbagump's comments, but it's proving very difficult with juicy tempting nuggets like 'this site needs more cartoony, exaggerated drawings', 'everyone gets so uptight' (apart from this post: where?) and 'pushing the drawing to the limit' (are you sure you don't mean 'to the x-treme'?).

    So I'll just compliment your airbrush paintings instead. They're very proficient. I'm interested to see the other scans if you find any, but I think the top two in particular suit the grainy 'antique photo' look
    ...which is only my opinion.
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    Happy Wednesday! The stuff of the day is digital quick sketches. Hope you guys dig them. (Photoshop and wacom intuos3 tablet)
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    dude,you have some great character likeness.Pretty awesome stuff,your nudes are very spot on also.Id like to see some of the stuff you use as reference.
    View My Sketchbook!(Crits are needed)(Looking for a mentor)
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    Thanks BigTayter. For the older airbrush nudes I probably used fitness magazines or possibly nudie mags for reference. Now I usually use googled images for reference.

    Here's an illustration from a drawing jam on another forum, source photo also attached (from femjoy.com I think):
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    and some new digi sketchies for fun.
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    awesome sketches man! Love that girl.

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    pretty nice sketchbook!

    i have to check it out every now and then

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    oh so you do alot of your paintings with airbrush as a touch up i take it?I recently got into airbrush.Pretty neat shit.
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    Thanks whitepython. I appreciate your visit.

    That's neat that you do airbrushing too, Bigtayter. All my new stuff is strictly digital, but i used to airbrush kind of a lot and I think it helped me learn to be patient and build up shading gradually. I miss airbrushing but digital is so much easier to fix when you make a mistake!

    To answer your question, I haven't used it much as a touch-up. airbrushing over anything with a texture (like pastels or paint or paper with pencil lines embedded in it) can create frustrating overspray patterns. When I was airbrushing I'd start with a very light pencil sketch and then airbrush over it lightly with india ink or black liquid watercolor. Then I'd go over the whole thing many times with finer and finer strokes building up the dark parts gradually and trying to leave the light areas alone.

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    Hey, I drew a Venger pin-up back in the day too.

    Great stuff there, so many interesting things to look at!

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    Great SB, love the fun, stylised comic book stuff.

    And nice airbrushing too. I haven't touched my airbrush for a while either.
    Great to see traditional skills on display. Any medium with no undo button is a great way to learn.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.

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