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    Lifer.

    More life drawing and tears of retarded laughter.

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    Life Three

    Life drawing and leaving Africa. I miss her...

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    good to see some figure drawing. the photos continue being astonishing, great emotions on them.

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    Bits and pieces

    Batman sketches and Kogelberg mountains in the Western Cape.

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    Very stylish indeed! You shhure know how to combine thin markers with the large washes

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    The Art of War

    Here's an ink piece I did for a comic competition, Star Wars themed. Was fun, because as a huge fan, I don't think I've EVER drawn anything Star Wars related(I tend to stick to my own stuff...)

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    Those last two posts are rockin' my eyeballs! Nice work man!

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    Africon

    This refers our custom of not needing aircon in cars, because we have windows. I agree wholeheartedly.

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    Meg couldn't make it...

    New adventures in caricature.

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    Body Parts

    Ink sketches and thunderclouds over the Highveld.

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    Dead Tech

    One hour Photoshop piece.

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    Oh man, the lines on that Star Wars piece are phenomenal!

    "Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
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    More bodyparts

    Sketches and windscreen detail, Mozambique.

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    Wired.

    Some inky robots and street wiring in Maputo, Mozambique.

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    I love seeing how your work improved over the pages! I also loved your starting sketches with pen, always wanted to do that; parents wont let me buy the stuff ):

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshBULLiT View Post
    I love seeing how your work improved over the pages! I also loved your starting sketches with pen, always wanted to do that; parents wont let me buy the stuff ):
    Josh, are you referring to a Wacom? In that case, don't sweat it, get a pen and LOTS of paper and cover a few thousand sheets. If you get really good at drawing and then get a tablet, you'll use it much more effectively and learn the right way rather than going digital too soon. It's very important to develop your traditional (particularly drawing) understanding as a foundation, otherwise the scope and options of digital can be overwhelming. Too much too soon.

    Trust me. And good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Flying_Dutchman View Post
    Josh, are you referring to a Wacom? In that case, don't sweat it, get a pen and LOTS of paper and cover a few thousand sheets. If you get really good at drawing and then get a tablet, you'll use it much more effectively and learn the right way rather than going digital too soon. It's very important to develop your traditional (particularly drawing) understanding as a foundation, otherwise the scope and options of digital can be overwhelming. Too much too soon.

    Trust me. And good luck!
    Thank you, I used to have a pen but I lost it. I tend to use traditonal art, tonal studies etc. Do you just use any pen, like a ball point. I would be greatful if you checked out my sketchbook and left some comments!

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=239454

    May the force be with me (:

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    Life. And big dogs.

    Some new pieces.

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    Homo Sapiens and Monorails.

    Just counted and I manage to do about thirty of these poses in one 2.5 hour session, although not all as detailed as there, obviously!

    And for the record, KL's monorail works like a charm. The one here in Sydney seems pretty gimmicky.

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    Kuifie in die Bosveld!

    This week's comic comp effort. Missed the cutoff, but always good exercise adjusting to an existing style!

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    Ink outburst.

    Little visual diatribe.

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    Churn.

    Some ink pieces, top one's still in progress and looking more weighty than what's posted here.

    Here are two scenes, similar and yet a world apart. Maputo, Mozambique and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Both incredible in their own right.

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    Love the way you ink! They look awesome. Those studies look great. They look really dynamic. The tintin strip looks nice.. the coloring made me nostalgic XD. Keep them coming.

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    Wash Process

    These inks are growing and currently look a bit different than they do here, so stay tuned and see where they go!

    Dark clouds over Maputo. November 2011. Taken with a NIKON!

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    Ah, mate. It's always interesting having a skeet through your sketchbook. My head always tries to connect the pictures you post with the photos below, which feels surreal.
    But seriously, you've got some real good stuff. And, I could swear both your drawn figures and your photos are coming along.

    Question though; How on earth are you taking all those photos? They all look like they're from drastically different places. Are you traveling across the world every week or something? It's crazy.

    Take a look? - Sketchbook - Tumblr -
    Also, why not check these guys too?

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    Snaps.

    Quote Originally Posted by Naidy View Post
    Ah, mate. It's always interesting having a skeet through your sketchbook. My head always tries to connect the pictures you post with the photos below, which feels surreal.
    But seriously, you've got some real good stuff. And, I could swear both your drawn figures and your photos are coming along.

    Question though; How on earth are you taking all those photos? They all look like they're from drastically different places. Are you traveling across the world every week or something? It's crazy.
    Not that I'm travelling every week, no, but when I do travel, I take a LOT of pics. Being from South Africa and currently living in Oz, there are plenty of photo opps along the way. The key is to A: Get out of the house and get into the world and B: Have the camera with you at all times. That's how things get done.

    And thanks for the good word.

    H!

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    Hi, thanks for the comment!

    I'm in love with your ink work, especially the life drawings. It's obvious you have a lot of control of the mark, and yet they're so expressive. It's amazing!

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    Snaps.

    Some ink figures and a cab stand in Kuala Lumpur.

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    Tangle

    Down the strip in Melacca, Malaysia.

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    Dark Clouds and Downpours.

    One of my tumours and my ass in Melacca.

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