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    glad to help
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    Nik: Thanks, man! I will. I tried making the edits you mentioned and ran it by some of the artists here at work and they all felt it was too orange. Hmm. And when we started running prints it was kinda orange-y to begin with. So I'm going to stick with my original one for now but I might edit it later after my eyes have a good long break from it. I will be seeking your feedback on stuff in the future. You have great insights and I really need people to bounce stuff off of.

    Anyway... here have s'more.

    Here's a sketch I did a couple months ago that I intended to finish but just lost interest. I figure there's enough in there that it shouldn't just go to die on my hard drive somewhere. I had considered doing these almost like portraits on their mantle. I even had drawn up a pencil sketch of her goofy husband to go with it. I thought it'd be really funny to have a third of their son who looked completely normal. Ha! Maybe someday I'll see it through but I've too many other things on my plate for now! So Edna will have to make herself comfortable here for a while.

    Also, here is the a step by step progression of my Hellboy piece for your viewing pleasure. I don't know that you'll find much help here though. The next time I create a more simple illustration maybe I'll try to work better in steps and walk you through the process a bit better. But you might be able to glean some information from this. I hope it's helpful or at least fun to see how the piece evolved as I worked.

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! i dig this last post, it's good to see how u work. I'll also say the original sketch on that hellboy one is quite nice! you've got some splendid pencil work.
    I wish i had something to crit but i dont. I really enjoyed flipping through your SB, thanks again for checking out mine! cheers!

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    ArtZealot: Thanks for stopping in, man. I appreciate the kind words! Just gotta keep working, right? Ha!

    Anyway...

    I've been spending some time lately trying out new processes for drawing and have gone back to trying the col-erase pencil method. I've never liked those pencils much because it always felt so waxy to work on top of. But this week I came across some Prismacolor col-erase pencils that seemed to work much better. I'm hoping that this will help free me up to be really lose in the gesture steps of my work. So far it's been really fun and I think it's helping! I always tend to get tight to quickly.

    So out of those scribbles came this Wolverine doodle. I've actually never drawn him before. So most of this is from memory and I've added my own changes for the heck of it. Last night I sat down with my sketch and tried tossing some color at it. I was looking for a treatment similar to my Harry Potter sketch from last week but I had terrible go with it. The painting just got away from me and I spent hours trying to get back the personality I'd captured in my sketch. So when I finally "finished" the painting today I decided to scrap it. Ha! I hated it.

    I'll still be trying to tackle a paint up on ol' Wolvie but I just wanted to share my sketch with you guys to let you know I'm still around and kicking! I should have a fully painted version in the coming days so be on the look out! I've got some other things I'm batting around too so be sure to check back in for more updates!

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    Happy Anniversary... to the people in the portrait. Not me. Ha! I don't do commissions very often and am approached for them quite a bit. Particularly for this sort of work. But when my friend, Maryann, came to me asking I was in the mood to do a study. So it didn't take much arm twisting to get me to dive into this project. The fact that I also find the two of them to be pretty awesome doesn't hurt either. ;o)

    Overall I'm pretty happy with it! I worked on it off and on over about three evenings. Her face seemed to come really easily but Shawn had such a fun look on his face that capturing his likeness was much tougher. I'm not a hundred percent satisfied with how he turned out. But I think I did get it close. And as far as portraits go, I think this is one of my best digitally painted portraits so far.

    Hope you like it. Crits are of course welcome.

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    Sharp work as usual! I don't know your two friends, but you've obviously 'captured' them in this. You can really tell, fantastic. Keep it up man.

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    Hyptosis: Thanks a ton, man. Really kind words there. I think they were overall happy with it. They paid me so that says something. lol How's Springfield? I haven't been through there in years. I'm originally from St. Louis. Keep pushing on your art too! I need to stop in soon to see what you've been up to!

    Here are some Ogre head sketches that I've included as additional gifts for people who have bought prints from me. Nothing fancy but just a little thank you.

    As for other art, I'm still crafting some things for another little project that a few friends and I are doing monthly. This month's theme is "Space Princess." So I should have some posts regarding that in the coming days. I don't have much time left! Ha! So this week should be interesting. It might bleed into next week a bit but stick with me! Hope you guys are doing great. Thanks for checking in!

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    Hi! You've got some really great stuff here, and I'm extremely jealous. I love all the freaky monster designs.

    A sort of silly question - when you scan from a sketchbook (like the scans in the first post here), what size sketchbook are you using?

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    Hey, Mars! Thanks a lot for the kind words. I really appreciate it.

    As for the sketchbook. I can only assume you're talking about the Moleskine? The yellow pages? If so you can find the specs and info here...

    http://www.moleskineus.com/largesketch.html

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    Thanks Zebz, yeah, that was the one I was talking about. And thanks for stopping into my thread!

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    You got it, Mars!

    First of all, please pardon how messy and sketchy things are in this post. These are much looser then I'd like to be showing! But I always enjoy peeking into people's minds when they're generating ideas. So I figure it's only fair to bare a bit of mine to you guys! Here are a few doodles I managed to scribble out over the course of the last week while creating ideas for an monthly art challenge with some friends of mine.

    We're hoping to produce a piece of art, monthly, based on a random theme. This month the image just had to include a "Space Princess". So while everyone seemed to be interested in drawing pin ups, I decided to take it another direction!



    I knew I wanted to my Space Princess to be a little girl. So here you can see some of the many scribbles where I explored what she might look like. I loved the idea of her hair being wild and frizzy. I also thought it was kind of a fun idea to have her hair bunch up and spill out of the bottom of a space helmet. Ha! Still not sure where I'll go with her design completely but these at least helped me understand what direction I'd be moving in.

    The little thumbnails included are indicators of the image I sort of had in my head. I thought about doing an angled shot with the two alien guards on either side of her. That way we could see her lording over all of her alien minions below. But I think I'm going to go with the more simplified straight on composition with her thugs at her side. I felt pretty confident about where it was all headed but I wasn't sure what I wanted the aliens to look like.



    Which prompted these sketches! During the week, when I had a free moment, I'd scribble out some random design with no real thought other then it needed to be wacky. I just played around with shapes and silhouettes. I kept coming back to tentacles for some reason. I still don't know which one I'm going to choose and push forward in the final illustration. I'd love it if you guys would help me to decide! Leave me a post in the comments with your thoughts! And anything I don't use might make for good starting ideas for some of the aliens in my Zebzulon project! Ha!

    As the week goes on I'm going to dive into the illustration and hopefully start painting by the time this weekend gets here! Hope you guys like the messy look into my mind as it tries to rough on ideas! See you again soon!

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    First of all, I just want to say thanks to whoever hooked me up with the stars! This the first time I've ever had a 5 star thread on CA! Feel good! You can leave comments too tho! Ha! But seriously, I'm honored.

    This weekend I had the honor of taking in a workshop featuring some talented artists at the <a href="http://www.kavikaworks.com/">Kavika Works</a> art gallery in Santa Ana, CA. It was really inspiring and awesome to be apart of. Big thanks to David Pursley, Paul Richards, Kurt Papstien and Erick Rodriguez for taking the time to drop some knowledge on all of us in attendance!

    During the art workshop this weekend I scribbled out some random doodles while soaking in the inspiration from the instructors there. I was scanning in my sketches Sunday evening and couldn't help but want to do a quick color pass on this dude. He was birthed after watching Paul Richards rock an amazing troll of his own for us at the workshop. So much fun.

    Also, I've been thinking about why I seem to draw so many ugly things lately. I think it mainly stems from the fact that my day job has me consistently creating images that are appealing to what I refer to as "The Grandma Demographic." lol So I'm constantly urged to make stuff pretty. And when I get a chance to do something for fun I can't help but get as nasty and goofy. Ha! Hope you guys like him! More to come so stay tuned and thanks for dropping in!



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    LOVE IT. The face on the chin is genius.

    Please stop by my new Anatomy Sketchbook and critique the hell out of it.

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    Yeah, your troll is boss. And I love these... so volumetric and solid... plus the expressions are great.

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    Man, your last few posts are slick. Those monsters are really great, you're a beast. I like that flying tentacle dude

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    really interesting work ryan, good stuff. your work has a nice freshness to it, your very good at clearly communicating your designs using your picture making skills.

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    Thanks for the comments and the five stars! It means a ton! I've never had a five star thread on CA before! Now I've gotta live up to it! Ha!

    crazy3Dman: Thanks! I don't really know where it came from. It just started looking like a face so I just went with it! lol Glad you stopped in!

    p sage: Thanks! Yea, I like to think of the stuff I'm drawing like I'm sculpting on paper. So a lot of my stuff does seem to have some form to it. Glad you like 'em!

    Hyptosis: Thanks, dude! I really need to finish that stuff. lol I need to be more disciplined this month and play less video games! Ha! Hope you're doing well.

    MegaFleeceRain: Freshness, eh? Well, thanks! I don't even know what to say! Ha! I do appreciate your comments though. I'm glad my work appeals to you!

    Anyhow...

    Last summer the video game studio I was working for here in Las Vegas, NV abruptly shut it's doors and left me looking for work. The economy being what it was I had my series of ups and downs before I decided to give the local gambling industry a shot. I've been working in now since last October and it's been an interesting experience to say this least! Not a bad one my any stretch of the imagination but just a different one. I've worked on quite a few gaming projects and none have been released into the wild yet. Until now!

    This past week at the annual slot gaming expo our company deemed one of the games I worked on this year worthy to show. I figured I'd toss up some pictures of the game on the machine with yours truly posing next to it. You'll also see a couple pictures of the actual game mockups as well.There's a lot of painting going on in this game but you'll also find a good deal of photo manipulated bits in there as well. It's interesting to see that our highly rendered paintings aren't always enough anymore to sell that style now that 3D exists. It's not the way I really like to work. I enjoy a more painterly style and seeing all the brush strokes a lot more. But as the company releases more of my other games you'll see my more natural styles peeking through a bit more.

    The game isn't on casino floors yet but it should be soon! I feel like I've been such a slacker this month but I promise I've been busy. Just haven't been sketching and doing much personal work recently. Hopefully October will be filled with lots of fun stuff though! Thanks for checking in and take care!

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    hey man long time no see!
    how you´re doing well!
    grats on the casino gig, must be awesome to see your work like that in person!
    i hope october is productive for you man.

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    Flaskpost: Thanks, man. Glad you like the new work! Things were productive but unfortunately it was more for my employer then me! ;o) Gotta get back into the personal art swing of things. Ha! Good to hear from you!

    Here's another one of those blasted ogre heads! This was a quick scribble for my friend Aron who recently purchased one of my Hellboy prints. I've been doing these quick little sketches as an extra thank you to those who have been supporting my work.

    I completely lost my posting habits this month but I've been busy with plenty of art related things. And I'd be lying if I didn't note that I've been indulging in a lot of the new video game releases as well. Ha! I get to pretend to be Batman! C'mon, who can fault me for that?! ;o) I'll make sure to have a more proper update in the weeks to come. Hope you're all enjoying the start of the fall season! I know I am! Take care and thanks again for stopping in.



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    It's that time of the year again! The weather is starting to cool down, my video game consoles are overflowing with awesome titles to play and that sense of child like wonder is starting to fill up within me! There's something about the late fall/winter that really brings out the kid in me. I'm sure the holidays have a lot to do with that but I really love the seasons as well.

    I've been living in Vegas for almost three years now and I have to admit that I've become a bit spoiled with our mild, "eternal fall." But there's nothing like breathing in that still, cool scent of winter. And I often sit in my apartment pining for the times we'd watch the snow fall out the window near the fire at my parent's home. However there are plenty of things I don't miss about my midwestern home during the winter time. It is quite nice not to have to carve my car out of ice every morning. Ha!

    At any rate, like many, this is my favorite time of the year. And this year I thought I might do a "holiday" themed illustration for the heck of it. This idea was generated from my desire to draw a little kid with a big cuddly monster. Simple enough! Nothing says Christmas like some monsters, right?! Throw in some snow, Christmas lights and some snow men and you've got a holiday themed image! And that's where the initial thumbnail that you see above came from. I shared it on Facebook and received some positive feedback so I've decided to move forward with it.

    But you know me, I had to flesh out my Snow Moose monster just a bit more. Hence my color sketch. I'm not sure about all of the elements but I think he still has retained at least some of his initial charm. My wife wants me to ditch his thick eyebrows and instead go with something more fluffy. I might but I enjoy how expressive they are right now. It's just a sketch so I tried to keep it quick and simple. Light on the rendering but I still couldn't help myself in areas. ;o)

    Hope you guys like where Hans and his pal are heading! I'll be plugging away at it over the next couple weeks and will share more when I get the chance! Thanks again for checking it out and I hope you all are enjoying the holiday season! Take care!

    - Ryan

    PS: Thanks to those who gave the stars. I had a five star thread for a couple weeks and I felt like a superstar. Then someone had to knock me off my pedestal and back to the four stars that I guess I deserve. lol But for a small time I felt pretty great about myself! Ha!





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    Just wanted to share this really quick. Here's a sneak peek at the pencils for my Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary tribute illustration. I'm a huge fan of the series but I've never created any fan art. Really excited about this one!

    Also don't forget to like and share my Facebook page for a chance to win some original Mega Man art and a Hellboy print!

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    Thanks again for checking out my stuff and welcome to December! ;o)

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    Started digging into the painting today so I figured I'd upload a small update on the final drawing. Here's a rough value pass on the lines for my Zelda illustration. I almost always do this before jumping into a painting. It tends to help ground some of my ideas for me. Hope you like it! I'm excited to see how it all turns out!


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    jonafunart: Thanks a lot! I'm glad you like it. I'm a huge fan of the series and just felt like I needed to do something to celebrate!

    I have a lengthy blog post about it which you can read HERE. I'm sharing my process a little bit and talk about the steps I work in a bit more over there. I figure I'll toss up my initial thumbnail and color pass here as well. Enjoy!



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    Wow has this sketchbook become a snoozefest or what?

    Yesterday I scribbled out this goofy sketch of The Penguin after discussing with some friends how disappointed I was that Bane was going to be the main villain in the newest Batman. I'm just not that fond of him when compared to all the other great villains that Bats has been thrown up against!

    So I did a quick scribble and spent about another 15 minutes throwing some layers at him to add a dash of color/texture. Pretty far off from a finished painting but I hope you enjoy it nonetheless! Maybe I'll paint him up proper some other day when I have the time.

    I'm still making headway on my Zelda illustration but it might overtake my holiday illustration of the Snow Moose or push him back into January. The big reason is the wife and I have decided to get our first puppy! We've been in preparation mode for the little one and it's been nuts around here.

    Anyway... more art sooooon!!! Enjoy your December!



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    Wow. Someone wrote me a comment and then deleted it! lol This sketchbook thread is getting strange. I'm just going to keep posting to it randomly. Maybe someday it'll just die off. I don't even know why I keep it updated! Ha!

    We're starting Z Brush training at work so I figured I'd show off my first ever sculpt! It's kinda crude and amateurish but I'm quite impressed with how easy it was to grasp some of the basic tools. Might work on this dude a bit more as we keep learning! Just wanted to share! By no means am I a 3D artist but it is fun to mess around with from time to time.

    Perhaps I'll have more ZBrush sketches as time goes on. It is a very interesting tool to mess around with. I don't think I'll become a ZBrusher but it's fun to mix it up every once in a while! Just wanted to share!

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    Here's a Sculptris sketch/sculpt that I did recently.



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    Looking Awesome! Getting some skill envy, which is actually a good thing for me!
    Adding skills to the toolbox is always positive.

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    Great works in here man, loving your cartoony style, that hellboy is great i like the technique
    that you use you should make a tutorial or something.
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