Last edited by alexx; December 3rd, 2013 at 09:39 AM.
Great start for your sketchbook man
looking forwrd to seeing more keep it up
sketchbook updated October 6th
Awesome characters here! I love the first one. On the second one - maybe the sword blade could have more highlights? It looks a little flat, but the rest of the piece is great.
Yep, I agree, awesome start.
Insane Style. I'm jealous
This stuff is great. There's a good balance of serious study and humor. I look forward to seeing more.
Fun stuff! I love how dynamic and curvy your ladies are. Just be careful not to get stuck in the beefy men hot chick rut. Can't forget the old, fat, and ugly girls! they need love too .
Your stuff really makes me want to dig out a pencil... can't remember the last time I played with one of those.... I'm sure there's one around somewhere
Nice characters dude! Like your linework...i wud love to see some colored ones if you have any looking forward to see more
Awesome work, man! I like the sketches at #22, #25, #30, #31, #32 and #37.
Looking forward to see more.
is that a pic of Pat Tillman?
"Now punch that laziness in the face!" -Bobby Chiu
Awesome work - I love the cute little monkey!
awesome stuff I really like your style and the way you exaggerate different parts in characters
"Art is never finished, only abandoned." Leonardo Da Vinci
Nice work! It is a shame these are all on copy paper, because they're very good. I personally do all my drawing on cheap 8x11 110lb press card stock. It's a 1/3th the price of a good sketchbook but the paper is actually as good or better (150 sheets for under $5.50 @ walmart). When I first decided to stop drawing on copypaper I felt like I had to make each drawing 'worth it' but it took forever to go through a pack even with just doodling.