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It's interesting that you bring up that piece because I was thinking of doing another like it, but was kinda on the fence about it. I think I will now.
It wasn't for a particular movie... originally it was a concept for an editorial illustration for school that I took way beyond its original meaning after the fact (and threw in a lot of stuff that didn't make sense)
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Man I love how you go about incorporating different images in certain parts of your paintings! I don't really have any crits at this point, maybe as you post some more WIPS lol, but all of your stuff is pretty solid.
On a side note, where are you around Toronto? I'm currently in Guelph, but will be up north close to Barrie for the most part of Dec. Message me if your close or interested in starting/know of a good sketch group
November 28th, 2010 #44
my book o' doodles
Interested in some Team CHOW? i'm all for it :3
December 2nd, 2010 #45
Metal fingers, thanks very much.
Fragmented chimp, thanks!
Brad, thanks I'll see about posting more WIPs for the next piece.
I'm in the downtown core in Toronto... as far as drawing groups to suggest... hmmm. There's the keyhole sessions... I usually attend that weekly. They are a specialty life-drawing session. I've also gone to Dr sketchy, but I'm not quite sure if either has any sessions before the new year. I know Keyhole is done until Jan. or something like that.
Is it really difficult to get from barrie to the downtown core? Both of the drawing groups I mentioned are here in the Queen/spadina Queen/dovercourt area.. I think there's a concept art sketchgroup that sometimes meets up, but I've never been (yet).
Speaking of which... here's an ink drawing I did of one of the models at the keyhole sessions:
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December 15th, 2010 #47
Epic work. Epic. I will be subscribing to this. Love your style. Looking forward to more...
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December 15th, 2010 #48
yes your style and lines are really accomplished and good to look at. but I think its your sense of composition that really caught my eye, I love all of these and its obvious you practice a lot, and its working - keep it up!
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Wow, really good stuff! Juno and the one with the town and all the people are my faves so far, but I love them all! Nice to see ballpoint pen sketches too, I use it all the time.. keep them coming!
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Pretty rad Your stuff feels very Hollywood. I don't know why exactly that is, but it's a good thing!
How about some skin studies? Sometimes the "essence" of the skin is lost in your images.
December 25th, 2010 #59
Thanks jeremygordon89 Yeah, I think the line-drawings are where I'm the most comfortable
Thanks insanelight! I'm hoping I'll get a chance to do more like that. It was a fun process.
Thanks kiwigarbage! I think I know what you mean about the skin study thing? Are you touching on how things are just kinda roughed in around what would be skin or is it a texture thing? I was just wondering if you could elaborate. I'm making a list of stuff I need to work on more in the coming weeks
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