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February 11th, 2004 #1
geki's messy room (11/11 NEW SHTUFF!)
i think i need one of these sketchbook threads to keep my ass moving.
for the beginning, some random recent shtuff:
open canvas (wpe) - sorry for the repost, just thought it may receive a bit more attention here
painter sketch, highly inspired by dan milligan's show
some older oc
a bit of experimenting with sepia and phtalo blue ink - pose vaguely from ref.
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daaaaaaaaamn dude, I love those!
The gnome mage and the girl at the bottom are simply wonderful! Very expressive stuff, post more
Deprogramming the youth, for a better tommorow ... TODAY!
February 13th, 2004 #3
Keep posting stuff! Keep that flabby butt bouncing along! I agree with Valcon about that girl. The anatomy is a little off, but the style is beautiful. Influenced by Art Nuveau? Mr. Alphonse Mucha, perhaps?
"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. Unfortunately the resulting sparks set fire to any nearby artworks."
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February 18th, 2004 #7
you have a cool style.. good work. my favorite is your color stuff.
February 20th, 2004 #8
i dont think this is a doodle per se as i spent a good 2 hours on it... but then, it isnt anything "real" too...
bretton: thanks i still struggle a bit deal with color... durn shit doesnt behave the way i want
just thought i'd add today dsg - temple guardian:
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February 27th, 2004 #9
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oh wait.. panties
you won me over.
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okay, i scanned some pages of my small life drawing sketchpad i take with me wherever i go. its a5 sized, sou you might get a pretty good idea what size the drawings are.
a tube of acrylic paint which i placed on a sheet of newsprint so i have a consistently colored background. was kind of a patience exercise since i usually leave my drawings a lot earlier. it became a bit unsharp when i sprayed fixative on it (i left out the brand name and label but you might nevertheless get the point what cheap paints i use)
some tree samples i did while on a walk. trees are cool: they have interesting forms, they dont ask you to stop drawing them and they dont move.
more tree stuff
a sketch of castle rothenfels that i abandoned quite early on because the wind grew stronger and i found the point of view becoming more and more uninteresting to me. will have to revisit this castle these days...