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    very cool stuff. İ really like it.

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    Great stuff!Awesome style

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    Collywobbles - Thank you Colly my man! I stay on your SB page.

    yetersiz - Thank you! I gotta keep practicing.

    digitalinkrod - Thanks so much! I usually get so caught up in accuracy that I forget to just have fun.

    Here's a screenshot of some comic pages I am working on. I don't know how much I can show as this is for a submission for a client. I use both PS and Painter to ink with. I am considering making a tutorial on digital inking as it seems to be a popular topic of interest.


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    good i am going to see previews pages !

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    Axel.s - I'll see how many pages (if any) the client allows me to post.

    Here's a sample from the page I was just finishing up...added in some values for fun.


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    shit mn. u keep getting better and better.. the bruce lee is fuckin amazing. i love your art.. keep up the work

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    Pretty nice work you have going here. I like your digital portraits. Very nice and clean. Where do you go to school? Looks like you've had some previous experience in anatomy and drawing lessons.

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    dU5K - Thank you Du5k. Thanks for the compliments!

    danlucas - Thank you Danlucas. I've been out of school for a long time but I was a terrible student. The majority of my knowledge comes from "outschool" learning. Practice and more practice.

    Here's some anatomy practice. Painted a basic skeleton then added muscles on different layers in Painter. Painter is back to being awesome again.



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    Danm Jason that anatomy study is sick! I bet you learned alot doing it.
    Im gona have to try one out. Always amazing updates man keep it up
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    OmertA - Thank you Omerta. It was very educational working from the bones up... especially the legs. I never really understood where the muscles started and stopped from the waist down. All those years drawing superheros...shame on me.

    Here's some Photoshop/Painter work. Photoshop is really becoming my main program more than ever. The very opaque hard brushes in Photoshop are really working out for me. This was a pencil drawing that I scanned from my sketchbook. I lost some of the emotion in the painting though. No refs were used this time around except for looking in a small mirror to see the forms around my snarled nose.



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    Great stuff, especially the Painter work. As for actual criticism, I have nothing to say.

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    I like this last one very much, goooood characterization

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    Nice style. Love how you deal with different head types. Really convincing looking characters.

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    I've been away for some time and I apologize for not updated in a long time. I have a life changing event coming up that was revealed during Christmas of 09. A baby boy will grace my life in about 4 months. On top of practice, remodeling my 2nd bathroom myself, and looking for work; having the fortitude to create art and update regularly hasn't been as easy as it used to be. Here are a few images created somewhat recently. Two studies and a caricature of Grand Moff Tarkin from Star Wars.

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    O man always something fresh! gotta get to my studies now haha
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    you have it both - very good drawing and painting skills. keep sharing

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    For fucks sake. This is not a four star thread. All in here's amazing. Very interesting and humorous. Definitely one of my favorite Sb's here. Five stars from me.

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    Beautiful stuff sir!

    Just found your sketchbook...Awesome work. Love it!!
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    Great work, especially the caricatures. Look forward to seeing more!

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    WOW! Very nice pencil drawings! I like your style! Keep on posting pencil sketches, please ! (if not possible: the photoshop sketches of your pre-steps!)

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    Thank you for all the responses!

    OmertA Thanks OmertA!

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    Ivan Turcin Thank you! I need to put the wacom down more often.

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    The_Flying_Dutchman Thank you FD! Caricatures are pretty fun to do and not so much investment on time.

    soros Thank you soros. I'll try to remember to save steps in the future.

    Here's the Rat...zinger. His days post Hitler youth have been kind to him.


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    Another quick sketch of Pope Ratzinger. Messing around with some brushes and painting without zooming in that much. All Photoshop with an impasto texture laid on top with Painter.


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    man! awesome stuff here I enjoy looking on the way u convert pencil into colour! And pope is just perfect Keep it up!

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    Photo study with an illustrative style to it. Tried to simulate oils on canvas. All Photoshop with an impasto gesso like layer on top with Painter.


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    oh my good , 0.0

    i really inspired by ur works

    wow , ..... !! no comment

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    Really nice SB, I like your clean lines and shapes

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    Awesome stuff Jason, I really like the cartoon work sheet you did where the guy pops out of the lines!!! Nice Pope too, haha!!

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    wow...awesome man...this is really sick...

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