Goetz is good! Draw and learn anatomy, it helps, though it seems it doesn't.
Keep it up!
Great studies and a lot of improvement over time. My only suggestion is to go and spend more time on studying anatomy. You will benefit a lot from it, cause you are already working hard on doing your own staff. It can only push if further.
Overall, very good work!
Keep it going, cheers!
Considering now I'm back from some absence, as I catch up with your last updates, all I can say is DAMN you have such a freakish amazing imagination! Totally inspiring!
Hi! Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook
I did the comic pages quite simple. First I rough-sketch the layout of the pages, how many panels in a page etc. Then I use Manga Studio to create the pages with panels on them, and print these pages out on good quality papers. Then I penciled and inked the pages the normal way, and scanned them into Photoshop to color.
The text was created in Adobe InDesign.
Hope this helps!
You can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?
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where is the update, LtPlissken????
So happy that I got so much support from you all great friends. I am MeGa-Euphoric when I see you all here. I am here again, still alive, ready to go another round.
Thank you everyone for your support and for viewing my art and a great thanks for the people who made conceptart.org to exist and to be available to all of us. It just makes my art go on...
Prion; Muchas gracias. Glad that you visited me.
That is a fish part on the plate. Looks strange but tastes good. I am trying to eat healthy.
conte; thanks. Happy that you find my paintings fresh and funny. I am always trying to choose some more interesting subjects for drawing and painting, cause I do not find any joy in doing some mundane things.
Sweron; Thank you for your imply. Glad that you are still with me. I am following your work also. The fish tastes good, just as I said above.
Pixie Trick; very glad to see you, makes me happy to have you as a friend.
Steve ; happy to see your post in my sketchbook.I am thankful.
I like Rammstein. They are an extraordinary band with creative ideas.
Donna; thank you for visiting.
I like fish. Every sort of fish, and I like sea food.
As I remember you mentioned somewhere that you are from Novi Sad, or I read it on your webpage. I am not sure anymore.
matej; thank you. Learn anatomy. Will double my sketches on that one. Thank you for your input. I am following your work.
Ivan; Cao. Jako sam sretan sto si posvetio vremena da pregledas moje radove, i drago mi je da ti se poneki i svidja. Anatomija; got it. Vezbacu vise. Hvala jos jednom sto me podrzavas.
LordVenom; thank you for posting. Anatomy for the third time; I got it. I am definitely making some things wrong when it comes to anatomy. I will fix that somehow. Thank you very much for being here.
Elena; Thank you very much for the words of encouragements. I feel more motivated every time when I see your post in my sketchbook. Glad that you are back.
lilnebo; thank you, I am happy that you like some of my work and that you understand my crazy imagination. Thank you for posting, please stay, and give me more advices.
justinkhuong; thank you very much for posting. Your short tutorial on making a comic book means gold to me. I will finish my mini comic pretty soon I hope. Thank you for your support.
LAL; Thank you. Yes, you are right; let's study together.
Rotor; thank you good ol' friend. I was lazy lately, but finally I managed something to post. Thank you for being here all the time and for giving me support. I am following your book also.
Hello Sutapa. Please call me Plissken .
Thank you for encouraging me to update. Well, here it is.
I was lazy, did some other things, did not draw, did not do anything that art was concerned. The things did draw was not worthy of scanning or posting.
I started a digital mini comic book, and I was working on that for a few weeks, never to finish. I could almost say that I was wasting time. I hope that I will summon enough power in the near future to finish it and to post it. Currently I have three full color pages.
For now, I have awaken some good old demons from the past. Nothing beats a good old Maniac Cop with a police baton, ready to stick it up someone's ass.
The first Maniac Cop movie is from the year 1988. I was watching it as an 8 year old kid. Yaiks. The movie got a huge influence on me, no matter that it is a huge trash considering the today's standards. Inspired by this horrific dude, the "dark side of the law" I did a few drawings, paintings and wip's.
Such a lame thing from me that I did not updated for a whole month, I will try not to let this happen again in the future. But enough babbling for now, and as the movie tagline says: You have the right to remain silent. Forever.
Last edited by LtPlissken; December 16th, 2013 at 08:59 AM.
OK, you caught me, I do live in NS right now
Trashy movies can be fun if you don't give them much thought, but just enjoy the randomness and cheesiness
Love the first and last sketch, red and blue make a great combo. Especially the last one, the mood is fantastic.
cool stuff, specially the last one and the number four pencil sketch. The legs look a bit short on some of the others.
Just some general thougths: I'd say that you should stil do a whole bunch of anatomy studies. Your refless figures are still neither structured nor three-dimensional enough. I'd highly recomment that you should use the Loomis mannequin and reference for muscle structure before you'd jump into any detail drawing. There are also some coloring issues here and there, but I'd say you should really focus on basic anatomy and shading before you'd jump into more complex stuff like composition and color theory.
"Try again, fail again,fail better!"Samuel BeckettSketchbook
Just came here to see if there are some Alchemy stuff already and what I found is this sexy cool cop Would be great to see one piece finished. Com'on do it
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