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June 4th, 2009 #1
Ink Sticks, Turpentine and Binary.
I have tons of these that i've accumulated over the years, but I generally tend to post more recent work. Thankfully I work fast, so the hits tend to keep on coming.
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June 9th, 2009 #2
This is a fairly quick digital sketch over an ink drawing.
June 11th, 2009 #3
This is the ink drawing that made up the basis of the previous digital work... Took me a couple of minutes.
June 11th, 2009 #4
please feel free to rate this thread
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June 15th, 2009 #5
Here's the start of a new sketchbook from me then...
Keep an eye out, i'll post some daily.
June 15th, 2009 #6
This is the next one then.
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June 15th, 2009 #7
great work man, love the last ink pages. very nice figures
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June 16th, 2009 #8
Thanks, bro. Keep an eye on this, i'll keep posting. I draw a LOT.
June 17th, 2009 #9
June 17th, 2009 #10
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June 17th, 2009 #11
...and the next one.
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yah, great work! idk why more people don't comment. it's really fluent. i like your line quality and the slightly exaggerated form.
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June 18th, 2009 #13
and the next
The sketch on the top left-hand side of the page can be seen as a digital development on my registry page or my blog, so have a look:
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April 21st, 2010 #14
Do you pencil your drawings first or just dive right in?
Your line work is enviable. I noticed the weight of your line work in expressing your subjects. Again I am super impressed at how fluid the work looks, particularly if you are not using a pencil and then inking. After your writing me I have been thinking, thinking and thinking about how to let go and really explore inks. Thank you very much for responding to my inquiries.
I have done a few inks, but feel chained. As I stated before your inks do not feel heavy or static.
I also like your use of space. I like how you render value also. The drawings to not appear flat. Its interesting though in your figures you appear to be only addressing contours?????
June 18th, 2009 #15
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June 18th, 2009 #16
Thanks for the positive feed back on my book, thought I would drop by yours. I really love the inks you have going. The rocks and figures are awesome. What kinds of pens or ink set up are you using?
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June 19th, 2009 #17
Most of my linework is just a regular Pilot V5, but I also use a dipping pen with Pebeo Indian in that I got hold of in NZ, you can easily identify that work by the rich, fluctuating lines, it's great once you get the hang of it. I use a single size nib that allows a lot of variation, so there's no need to change pens to creat different lines.
June 19th, 2009 #18
The second lot is obvious, but was something odd for me, because I only ever work on my own shit, so drawing someone else's characters is a bit tough, having to conform to certain rules. Coupla sheets up you can also see Judge Dredd scribbles...
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June 20th, 2009 #19
And today's one...
June 21st, 2009 #20
And now for something completely diffirent.
As a total change of pace i did these yesterday, must've taken me now more than two hours to do both...
They're oil on canvas.
June 22nd, 2009 #21
Back to the ink
Right, that was a little painterly detour, now back to the boring sketchbook!
June 22nd, 2009 #22
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June 22nd, 2009 #23
You can see more refined stuff at my gallery if you click the link below, this sketchbook is meant for concepts, not details.
June 22nd, 2009 #24
yo dude! awesome stuff youve got here! checked your website as well, you have a lovely painting style!
i was about to say yo ushould slow down some time and take some rest for thinking, but youre doing very well the way you do it right now, so maybe u dont need it.
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
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June 22nd, 2009 #25
I'm drawing faster than i can post, so i'll just keep at it!
June 23rd, 2009 #26
Right, last one for this batch, so now i need to take some more photos...
June 23rd, 2009 #27
Hey whats up!
Great first page for your sketchbook man.
Really like your sketchbook pages and your paintings are very nice.
Keep it up
till next time -Omerta
sketchbook updated October 6th
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June 23rd, 2009 #28
I loved all that movement in the first oil! I also liked all the other oils too. I also really like all those different shapes of rocks, it's very interesting. C:
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June 24th, 2009 #29
Right, these sketches were done in search of something specific, which explains why they are so rough, i'd scribble and see something wasn't working and keep going. Once again that's the problem you have when you do something FOR somebody rather than for yourself, because you're trying to accomodate the other person by giving them what you think they'll want, which makes everything kinda convoluted, but it's always good practise.
I think i will blow up some of the better small sketches in my book for you guys to have a closer look at. Bit of a 'greatest hits' type deal. Or 'The Least Worst Of', to quote Type O Negative.
Right, here are the scrappy bits.
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June 24th, 2009 #30