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I should really post here more. I have a ton of stuff to put up.
So who is coming to the Amsterdam Workshop in April?
Here is a detail shot.
Hope to see you in the Netherlands!
Thank you all for the encouragement! It looks like I will be doing digital and traditional demonstrations at the workshops. I will be bringing some sketchbooks for you too.
It looks like the response for the workshop is going great! Manley and Jones asked me to bring my sketchbooks. I will see how many I can fit in my luggage. If I dont pack socks I can fit an extra one or two!
Here are some more. This was for Pirates of the Caribbean:
A sketchbook critter:
Amsterdam here we come.
Last edited by Puddnhead; March 17th, 2004 at 12:34 PM.
Thumbs-up. Excellent work.
~Livin' large at Watts Atelier.
hey man, you have to show up much more if you want us to come to Amsterdam !! a lot of people here finally aren't aware of your wonderful style and there's not much to see on your website. So come on ! bring the sketchbook, time to be sexy, you secret guy !!
thx for sharing this demonic pic. this is freak ! I'm a huge fan of your horror circus for long.
wow...simply just wow...i'm at a loss for words.
"The love between a couple is expressed by the unity of two complementary colors, by their mixture and contrasts, by the secretive vibrations of similar tones."
---Vincent van Gogh
this is awsome, i love the red hooves and the bone mace.
i need to start drawing for 12 hours a day. excellent work
great painting dude!
wow, really excellent! I want to see more of your work, too!
great mixed anatomy, the goat head looks like it has the heaviness appropriate to a long skull with horns. The only weak area is its right hand, I think the thumb looks a little indistinct and the middle knuckles could be more prominent. The only reason it stands out to me is because the head of the flail so wonderfully well-realized and sharply rendered I could use it as a plan to build a real one.
Dear god. That is so fantastic it should be illegal.
The only thing I don't like is how you solved the canvas color: the blurred grey blob. But ther rest is just...
whoooo this is really impressive ! nice character and style ! show more !!
i just turned 18.....im in australia but im gonna try to make it to amsterdam for the workshop. Cant miss such a fuggin awesome opportunity! WHO WANTS TO DONATE TO MY NEEDY ARTIST FUND! i hope i can raise the cash in time to book the flight!
btw the pic - its really nice (obv). It would b an honour to learn from u at Wackers......heres hoping.
See you in Amsterdam! :cool:
This is totally great, i like the fact that i can see sum of the used brushes lol, reminds me that your still human and use the same apps as us.. though it hurts too hehe.
So what workshops will you give? i'm assuming the digital painting-one?
Yeah, hope to see you in Amsterdam, this is scary though.. yikes.. terrific work!
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This is crazy. I'm still waiting for the damn monster to pop out and grab me. Anyway, I'm just wondering why the right hand it sort of blurred? If its intentional then is it to draw attention into the face? Or what?
WOW!! thats really awesome.
Great character, very intense. I like it all
[color=sky blue]That must've been quite a challenge to do...
It's not my favority kind of art, but it is very well done!
i love how sintricately worked it is, yet so simple. the shapes... basically, they're so simple. the legs look like just a few brushstrokes and a bit of texture. the head... wow.
im in awe man. please post here more often. i learn so much by just seeing your stuff up close.
Yay, now I get to see this up close.
yeah i agree...absolutely excellent work.
Could you guys please post some more info about this workshop in amsterdam, because I live in the netherlands and it would be fun to go.
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