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    Red face Chief's Porthole to the Seascape of Your Mind [March 20th, 1920]

    Hello everyone! I will be an illustration major at SVA this coming fall... to start thing's off, here are some pieces from my portfolio! More to come.

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    Here are a couple of sketches... the first was inspired by Vinculus from Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, he's sort of how I envision a young Vinculus.

    I look forward to everyone's input!

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    A character..

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    Great start to your sketchbook, Chief! I'm impressed with your watercolor handling. Those character designs are looking good so keep up with the drawing.

    P.S.- That drawing that you created of me is so awesome,haha. Thanks man=D

    Sketchbook!! Please help me improve!
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    Thanks KidApe! Some of those paintings are actually guache, which I find a lot easier / more fun to handle

    Here's a piece I did last year. It was really an experimentation in process: I was reading about lithographs, and was inspired to break down the drawing into its respective colors, so I did all the different colors of line work and fills on separate sheets of paper and combined them in PS.

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    nice rendering with the pencil man, keep up the good stuff

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    you're using and rendering colors very well please send moore they are all awesome

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    I agree with the last two comments, the pencil character illustrations are really nice and have great depth and volume. Anatomy and faces could use some work though, overall great though.

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    Stunning pieces! really!

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