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January 17th, 2010 #1
Awww Right in the Sketchticles!!(its been done right?)
Hi im Mark, im 21 i live in Melbourne Australia and i have a shit job(and also work as a semi freelance graphic artist), this is my sketchbook dating from mid 2009 till now. The dream is to be a professional illustrator/Concept Artists/Storyboard artists etc etc.
UPDATE 2011: I quit my shit job in 2010, and started working as a freelance illustrator, I'm closer then ever to being where I want to be
This is me working towards that goal.
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberJanuary 17th, 2010 #2
Here some early digital stuff when i first got my wacom tablet 2-3 years ago.
January 17th, 2010 #3
More sketchbook stuff some old and new, its all over the place really.
January 17th, 2010 #4
All these are from my traveling sketchbook that i have used since 2008-2009 till yesterday!
January 17th, 2010 #5
All my recent digital stuff speeds, studies, finals, and wip
January 17th, 2010 #6
-I like all the studies you've been looking into. Apart from form and structure, some rhythm and force (feels) is another I keep trying to understand.
-The digitals look good - the apple especially (or I'm just hungry). This last face is scary as fark. Some shadow fixes like the nose shadow to his left eye could be added, still scary though.
-I'll bring some notes on the next meet. You and I are pretty much on the same page/course and direction, so that makes it easier.
firstname.lastname@example.org, else bring a USB drive where I can dump some Photoshop brushes and such.
It is the hours that we put in, and the need to understand everything that'll free us from the confines and bounds of Shit.
Shit comes in many forms, for example, my Shit tells me to hit the snooze button 9 more times, hawr hawr.
If there's anything in my sketchbook(s), blog that puzzles you, ask away. Cool bananas?
(A lot of it is still guess work and uncertainty - but this year will be to test those experiments and processes)
Next meet mate.
January 18th, 2010 #7
Here's the rest of my traveling sketchbook, i corrected the levels of these scans so their easier to see, some of these are from the Melbourne sketch group. damn these are messy
January 18th, 2010 #8
These are some character concepts for a comic me and a writer friend want to start,
i made a brush in photoshop that gives me some nice random shapes which i used to create this, i when i start the panels i wanted to have
the background painted but im still not good enough
at perspective to be happy with it,soon,soon.....
January 18th, 2010 #9
friends band album cover WIP, i still dont understand colour so this has been really tough.
The second one is a quick speed painting done a couple of days ago
January 20th, 2010 #10
-Variation in the strokes are still one of my battles with pencils.
Line weights and all that bang.
-The brushes are a good experiment. Before you define the brush, you can add translucency for further randomnimity .
-I've still to come around to creating non-organic brushes.
For buildings and structures - lots of geometric shapes and hard lines.
See you on Sunday Marko.
January 23rd, 2010 #11
January 24th, 2010 #12
Your portrait paintings are improving!
Keep going dude.
January 27th, 2010 #13