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April 28th, 2009 #1
Visual conversations with myself.
I'm a kid from Sydney,Australia and I like to draw stuff and talk to myself at the same time. That's right, I can multitask future employees.
Concept art/Illustration and Design are my core skills. I have worked mainly in Film and Television industry as a Production Artist. I would love to move into doing concept art for the Games industry as well.
I am always open to exciting new freelance opportunities, so don't hesitate to drop me an email.
My main goal with this sketch book is to push myself harder and one day draw like I am possessed by the Devil. haha, or by Jesus. ha.
I have put up a montage of my old sketches and study's first off. But if you are interested in some finished work, click on over to my blog.
I will upload some of my new stuff soon.
Enjoy and Peace out"
Last edited by Rustik Kid; April 28th, 2009 at 11:20 AM. Reason: I forgot a thumb nail preview. WHOOOPS
Hide this ad by registering as a memberApril 28th, 2009 #2
Interesting stuff. Keep it up.
April 28th, 2009 #3
Hey I'm back with some stuff that has been posted on my blog, but I think it is still relevant for my sketch book. The first two are some speed paintings complete in less than 2hrs and then some beast heads. I am going to be fleshing out a body for both of these guys so stay tune.
jdadragon- Cheers mate, I will do.
April 28th, 2009 #4Registered User
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Man this sketchbook is amazing, totally unbelievable. I can't wait to see more, especially more creatures!!!
My Sketchbook - Comments and Crits always welcome -
April 29th, 2009 #5
Bradtron - Thanks for the props, really appreciate it.
Yo yo, nothing to exciting yet but we will get there. Just want to spend more time drawing than posting.
Here are some random sketches from life and one from imagination.
From life-Pantone Markers- Warm grays
Ballpoint sketches from life and the blue one's from my imagination.
April 29th, 2009 #6Registered User
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there is some nice quality in some of your pencil studies!
And your environments look nice
Perhaps, the muzzle of the charhead on the right points in a bit different direction than the back of the head does?
But great work, keep posting that inspiring stuff
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Everything vou've posted certainly is "topnotch" but I am currently stuck on digital creation so I really dig the "animal overlord" and the environments - I can understand the desire to draw rather than post but if you have more I demand you post it!
April 29th, 2009 #9
hey u have too godd jobs for me i follow your sb keep it up
April 30th, 2009 #10
Eiki - Thanks mate
Finn Diesel - Thanks man, I guess it does look a bit to smooth.
CastorFiber - Thanks, I will do my best.
destinyapocalypse - man thanks
Well I have just one sketch for today. Its a portrait of my girl friend. Done in ps in under 2 hrs. Nice and loose.
April 30th, 2009 #11
Just finished this one today.
May 1st, 2009 #12
I am back with some a photo study. I did this larst year just thought I might put it up. I will get round to scanning in some of my more recent drawings.
May 17th, 2009 #13
First off here a progress shot of an SCI-FI environment I ma working on.
Lots of crazy shapes in this one.
Here we have an idea I will be painting up. The Idea is really personal and really close to my heart. So I won't go into any detail.
This is just some random heads, practicing skin tones and stuff with out ref.
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Wow, everything you have posted has amazed me, the drawing of your girlfriend was nice, and I can't believe it only took 2 hours! Something like that probably would have taken me like 8 or 10 haha, keep up the really good work man.
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May 21st, 2009 #17
cozzzaaaaa.... hey hey, its great to see you on these boards ... well im a big fan of your work already, and i see a lot of great improvements since the first time we exchanged some of our work... a real kick in the pants and yes many many tears, hahaha... you've got a wide range of skill its scary and i think in time with some seasoning you're going to really kick some hard ass....thanks for the inspiration dude and coming out to sketch, and those sketchs from life hehe i remember those! good timezz .... hey i might post our sunday sketch outing in the lounge area of ca? depends on how consistent it goes i guess? to get some more sydney siders to come about? what do you reckon?
May 21st, 2009 #18
I like the clarity of your line work Rustik, and the colours, particuarly in a few of the landscapey pieces. Some nice things going on in here.
May 21st, 2009 #19
Hero89 - thanks man, really its just big brush strokes that what speeds me up. The rule I live by is to use the biggest brush possible. I mean it digital, you can just undo it if doesn't work.
Mr.Juicy - Thanx
destinyapocalypse - wow thanks man.
polipol - Hey dude, thanx for the props man. Yeah post it up man it would be cool to meet some more artist.
Nickillus - Thanks heaps man. I had a look at your sketchbook, and man loving all the imaginative work your pulling out. I will have to keep an eye on your sketchbook for sure.
May 23rd, 2009 #20
I am back with some sketches from the Chinese Gardens, Sydney. The tools at work are Pantone markes and my trusty "Paper mate" Ballpoint pen.
These two sketches are on the same page of my sketchbook but I really need to get an A3 scanner. If anyone knows of a real good quality scanner let me know. Enjoy
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October 10th, 2009 #26
Been real slack in updating this sketchbook. So here's the only thing I've scanned lately. haha, don't worry I will have the sketches from NZ on here soon. Just to busy at the moment.
Heads, not interesting just practicing character design without reference. Probably should have used reference but hey I'm exercising my visual memory.