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    Beautiful stuff. Your style reminds me of Hogarth

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    Yello All!

    Whirly: Thanks man! I asked my client if I could post what I was doing for him and later he asked me to remove the logo...still I'm glad it gave you a laff. He told to me that if he gets sued...he'll welcome the publicity!



    Sushy: Thank you very much...I really appreciate it!

    Izene: Wow! Thanks for both the encouraging comment and the stars!





    LtPlissken: My Brother! Since we've had several exchanges since yer post I'll just say a simple "thank you" again sir!



    wasabi89: Hi...good ta see you! Thanks so much for stopping by and making a comment! It does encourage me to keep on going!!

    Thanks again!

    PontusEuxinus: Thank you! Since Hogarth was a master at movement I'll take that! Appreciate it for sure!

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    Ok...so I thought I'd update with a couple of works in progress.

    More for that client...and another character that popped out the other night and a couple of different works in progress for it.

    1 - The original sketch
    2 - A monochromatic wash over it with a very simple background idea
    3 - Taking it further

    I know I really need to push values on the last one...and actually already have versions of it a little further on.

    I'm really interested in feedback on this one...so please let me know what you think.

    Thanks as always for stopping by

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    Hey hey! Nice sketchbook Jephyr! I love the volume in your pencil work. Also, I'm curious to see what you do with that band logo.

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    Hey, you have some fantastic stuff in there. Love your caricatures. I hear that's pretty hard to do. I'm obviously nowhere near far enough along to know LOL.
    Thanks for stopping by and peeking at my stuff as well

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    Nice stuff as always

    regarding your last post I have to ask what the client wanted from the apple shouting at a tree is for. It seems bible related the closer I looked at it- there being a man and woman and snake.

    As for the blue man, I Like the final piece the perspective is really good but his muscles seem really over-rendered no? Almost like a really exaggerated muscle study. Although the style in which you did it reminds me of how they render muscle in the manga "Gantz" check it out if you don't know it, cause its a very distinctive style of rendering.

    Cheerio

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    Hey man, last piece, think the blue is a bit saturated, it's kinda blowing out your pencil work a bit, if you scale it back a bit and go for a more muted blue it could be better imho. Hope that helps man. Good luck with your next work! =)

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    The imaginative stuff looks a little blobby to me, it would be nice to see the land mark features of the anatomy resolved before getting into the crazyness of the lumps and bumps. basically just make sure they are in some kind of anatomical context.

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    Hey mate,
    More updates! A bit on the possibly helpful critique side - some of your stuff doesn't look very smoothly assembled into a single unit. For example this kneeling man.
    The muscles of his shoulders don't seem attached well on both side, so it makes them look like they're seashells worn on the shoulders. I'd suggest more studies, but you already know that.
    Cheerios!


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    The depressed guy with a huge tool is looking good.
    We can feel his sorrow and we can sympathize with his power
    loss. He got his criptonite around his neck, and now he feels bad.
    There could be two reasons why he is so sad; the first is that
    he’s got a huge tool, but he cannot get it up. The second reason
    could be that he accidentally ripped his small girlfriend a part.
    Either of those that happened, is a very sad thing for him.
    We truly hope that he will soon recover, and get back
    to the right track. In the meanwhile you could draw
    her little girlfriend as she slowly invigorates.



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    I have a tired mind and I could criticize anything anyway. I like your stuff (disco duck loooool), the new caricature looks good... and I'm totally envious you drew a gal for Plissken, I had ideas for him too but realization isn't my strong point.

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    That's a cool apple, haha.

    Nice volume in that last drawing.

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    Hey Jephyr, nice pencils on the defeated looking guy. Also really like the last caricature you did. Keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jephyr X View Post
    Hi! I'm sorry to hear about your struggles with your hand and wrist. I don't think you portrayed yourself as a victim at all...and sharing what you're going through and your advice about chasing wholeheartedly after your dreams will help a lot of people here.

    If I read your post correctly it is possible you may have a full recovery in time. I hope that happens for you.

    At 20, even if it takes years of rehabilitation, you are still young enough that you could return to your passion for creating art in time. Many people, myself included, got a very late start at it...but still am finding enjoyment, fulfillment, passion and even some income from it.

    As for stepping back at times...we all do...so I hope you'll never feel regret about that!

    I hope what ever happens you'll have a fulfilling, happy life!
    I don't know yet if a full recovery is possible but thank you for the good wishes

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    I love your portraits, and also dig your pencilwork

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    20 days and no updates.
    The clock is ticking...


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    HI matey

    Why is the guy with the huge tool depressed, he should be beating the girls off with a baseball bat all eager to get at his weapon!! has he been thrown out of the PUB?? is that why he's upset?

    come on update us matey or I will have to carry on talking rubbish at you !! it could get serious!

    LOL all the best with whatever it is you are working over.

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    Hey!

    Looking good man, those studies and faces look really cool. Also congrats for getting some money out of your pictures, and really interesting to see all those excercises you have at your school.

    Keep it up!

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    Hey man , how's it going? I love your stuff man. I usually don't like too exaggerated stuff , but in your case it's less grotesque and giving more character. I loved your sketchbook and I hope to see more. Thank you for posting , but post MORE!

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    Hi...long time no see!

    I hope all my old friends here on CA are well! I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get back here!!

    I've been buried with a number of things...health stuff, home stuff, car stuff, tax stuff (back in March/April anyway), women stuff. *sigh

    At first I wasn't even able to create much art...and as I've gotten back to creating still some things had to give...and unfortunately CA's been one of the victims of that

    Anyway thanks so much to all who posted...I'll start there:

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    Pierce: Thank you very much...glad you liked those pencils!

    The band logo thing kinda fizzled out. I don't know if the guy ran out of money or what the story was.
    Anyway it was still a good learning experience.

    Conniekat8: Thank you! I started by just drawing characters from my imagination and then grew some confidence to try my hand a caricature. I also took drawing and life drawing classes and I think that helps!

    Hopefully if you haven’t already, you'll give it a shot sometime!! : )

    Little-Maiden: Thank you! Yes the band logo was for a guy with a country gospel band. We met and talked about his band. In that pic I kinda went with the Adam and Eve thang.

    In my thumbnail the apple is shouting the band name...but my client wanted him shouting the album title. I thought it made more sense my way...but he was paying the bill sooooooo..... : )

    I checked out Gantz...although I'd never heard of it and liked it! I think one of my influences for the super-exaggeration comes from my love of Frazetta and the legions he inspired. And then folks like Simon Bisley and Carlos Huente who pushed that even further.

    I also like the whole graphic novel thang...and lean towards the Marvel camp. I love a lot of the character designs of the Hulk they've put out recently...although I think it loses a lot for some reason when they take it to 3D animation.

    Thanks again and cheerio back!

    Kungfoowiz: Hey man! Yeah that was an early "work in progress"...perhaps way too early to share. hahaha I still want to come back to it though. Thanks for the advice!

    GeniusFetus: hmmm...well ultimately it's all just a learning process. I've been trying to exaggerate not only the form but movement too.

    Kerah: Yeah...there is so much to learn...that's why I always keep after it!



    LtPlissken: Sir! How are you!! Your support here has meant a lot to me...I'm sorry I've had to drop out for a while.

    It's funny...I was drawing that hulking guy with the power tool in a Mexican restaurant...and the owner and his son and a manager came up and wanted to see what I was drawing. So I showed them and we talked for a while. They all seemed nice and polite and I thought we got along.

    The next time I went in...they'll all seemed very strange so I decided my drawing offended them in some way!

    Oh well!
    Thanks as always for stopping by...in time I'm going to try and make it around to everyone's sketchbooks and I'll start with yours!!!!!!

    shiNIN: Thanks!! I drew Disco Duck after a woman I was spending some time with and who’d been giving me major headaches!! One evening she was snake-ing on a waiter and later he gave her his number right in front of me. SHESH!
    I had the last laff in my sb!

    Glad you liked the Plissken girlie! In my opinion imagination can be developed just like our rendering skills...so keep after it!!

    Medelo Thanks so much for stopping by and for commenting with some encouraging words...I appreciate it!!

    Sycra: Thanks so much! I enjoyed seeing your video on photoshop techniques recently....the one about converting sketches to lines. Very helpful!!

    andres333: I saw a while back you were taking some slow steps at drawing/painting again! Hopefully that's still the case. I'll stop by sometime and see what you're up to.

    -D_art-: Thank you!! Glad you like 'em!!

    LtPlissken: Sir Plissken! I don't even want to count the days now!!! Thanks for cracking the whip even though I couldn't respond to the call!!!



    Lightship69: Hi M8!!! Yeah...I guess I figured as long as he was inflated everywhere else........

    hahaha

    Thanks for coming by....I'm going to do a major art dump coming up...so stand by!



    Vablo: Thanks...glad you like the studies/caricatures etc! School does challenge me with different ideas and techniques...even though I grumble about it at times!

    Thanks again!

    rastaray Thanks! I really appreciate that! I will indeed!! : )

    BTW...CA used to e-mail me when I got comments...but I think it's been so long since I posted I got dropped. So it was a nice surprise to sign in today and see the last 2 comments from you and Vablo.

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    Thanks again everyone!!!!

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    Ok...on to posting some art work:

    And like I said to our friend Plissken...I'll try to make it to all your sketchbooks as soon as possible...but it might still take some time.

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    I’ll start with the Jester I finally got back to and finished. I’d captured time-lapse video while I painted and just edited it all together and got it posted on YouTube.

    Then on to various stuff…I think will all be self explanatory.

    I’ll even post some photographs since I just got a premium membership on Fine Art America and had posted them there.

    Thanks for looking in!

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    hey good to see you posting again!
    and nice updates, i really like those last photostudies, cool stuff! and your pencilwork is just super!

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    My "Ghost Town Series". Sometimes focusing on the smaller thangs!

    : )

    I just uploaded these to my Fine Art America thang

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    rumpenstiltzkin: Hi! Good to see you!! Thanks for the quick reply too...I was adding the photos above.

    Thanks so much for the good words as well...hopefully I can come around a bit more...and in time I'll stop by your sb!

    : )

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    Here's a photo manipulation series I did of an image of mine called "The Machines Of Men".

    As I looked at the old machine...which probably did a lot of work in its day...but now forgotten, rusting and busted up in the Arizona desert I thought about us humanoids and all the work we do...will we be remembered???

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    Good to hear from you again my friend !

    Great update too, very jephyr-ish with the classical muscle bulging figures and the thick legged women, heh.
    I'll have to watch the video of your making of the jester later, there is always something to learn from the work processes of others.

    Cheers!
    p.s- great photos and photo studies

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    Of course I remember you, haha, don't be silly, you asked that in my book.
    You went away for a while, well I did too, I was not active lately here as
    earlier. But it's great that you are back and I am happy about this happening.
    First of all I have to say that I very much like the Mexican restaurant story
    and the power tool guy drawing. "They all seemed very strange the next time" hahaha
    that stuff is so funny for me. I like the type of people who get freaked out
    about someones drawings, and I think that I know exactly the type of those
    people. If I would be you, I would go on a regular basis in that restaurant from
    now on and draw some huge freaky stuff in front of them every time. Let
    them suffer hahaha. Your stylized drawings and work is back and I am very
    satisfied about the quality of your designs and lines. And just wow for the
    life drawing naked big titted one. You actually got a chance to see that live?
    Amazing. The animal/human bee mixture is looking great, the reflection is
    pretty cool in the eyes.

    As I looked at the old machine...which probably did a lot of work in its day...but now forgotten, rusting and busted up in the
    Arizona desert I thought about us humanoids and all the work we do...will we be remembered???


    I am very happy to read this here, cause I also think about these things
    when I see something similar to those old obsoleted structures and machines.
    Ah, your are back and your magic is back. Let's celebrate.


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    Nice, your caricasdsdsd (however you spell that word, lol) on the prev page is amazing =)

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    Hi matey

    Long time no see, I hope you are well and that ARIZONA is the best place on the planet, or at least I hope it has s a shit load of cold beer, it gets warm in summer over your way I'm told.

    As to this question you posted "will we be remembered???" the answer is simply ......no! we wont! only by other men and only for half a generation, unless you do something way cool like Leonardo's roof!
    Realize this simple fact and just enjoy what you do there will be less stress in your life and more time for beer.

    all the very best my mate and try and keep us updated with your life, ambitions and art and we promise to bask in the glow of your fame and glory!

    (in case you are wondering yes I have had a beer or two!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jephyr X View Post
    Hi,

    It was great to see you re-group and began working and posting again.

    It's been a while since your last post though so I hope that means you're taking a break from CA rather than having a set-back.

    Anyway...I'm with Velocity K on those hands.

    Hope to see more and hear you're doing well.
    To be honest I'm actually having some setbacks at the moment, thanks for caring though. And btw congratulations for the award!

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    A month has passed since the last update,
    so the committee is pretty much expecting the new material;

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPlissken View Post

    A month has passed since the last update,
    so the committee is pretty much expecting the new material;
    Yep... let's see it!

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    Really nice photos, pal and your drawinga are very neat, too.
    These bizarre animals are interesting, even a bit scary.
    Keep up the good work.

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