The wheel idea is pretty cool init! Is it part of something bigger or just the idea?
You could have them around the world and pick a country you want to do a study of and have it run through there.
There is a problem with your story though. After the 2050 worldcup, which Britain fails to win, losing to Australia no less (ha ha). Britain's economy would crash (like that nike ad) and there wouldn't be any money for the wheels.
Something you're going to have to put some serious thought into if you would to fix the massive improbability's of the story
That last work you posted I think is really cool, no idea what it is but it's quite stylish.
Still waiting for more pencil's though.
Keep up the good work.
so much win here! love the experiments, environments, and the constant change/learning in here. you are going places even higher than the bar you set for yourself! keep up the good work and draw more of what YOU like when you can!!
That second to last image in your last post, the black/white with red destruction, how was that done!?
And you've been busy since the last time I've been up in this mug, which is great, but I apologize for my absense
You really are approaching the world with a different perspective, I hope to shift mine in such a manner, i find myself reiterating the typical and beaten path, but I'm trying to change! so thanks for the inspiration!
and i love those photos, especially the guy with the handfull of puke hahaha
thankyou for the ace messages Snake: you old charmer, with your bonkers brain and my good looks its all going to be fine i reckon Fregy aww I am glad! yep I was thinking the wheel would operate exactly like a giant segway, or a man on a unicycle. it would seem rocksteady as the corrections would be so fast, and an exotic internal flywheel ought to do the rest... Arenyth: its almost all mistakes, you start doing something prosaic and accidentally move a layer and think, that looks cooler than what id set out to do. then you pretend it was part of the plan! so stay loose and look out for fun fuck ups Farquad: ha no no notorious: i love that. we're getting there though; your killing it with these new loose sketches, im really feeling that style. like bridgeman done right. Satupeikko: your really welcome! and thankyou, i will try; i sort of did some and then moved on, but i really need to smash out hundreds of them to actually learn something properly. i am a lazy man! Zilhir: it really works! find some nice porn, nothing too gyneachological, and youre onto a winner. i dont know about you but i find drawing people in photo poses really hard, but if theyre flopping about on a bed together its a lot easier.. not exactly sure why... i got lucky with that vid, the girl is astonishingly hot, and in fact went on to be a successful actor diirector in germany. Thomas: haha thankyou. that is a common bluebottle larva, a maggot. you can tell its a carnivore... horrrible lookng thing isnt she? Hukumkedi: wow thank you! your work is amazing, one of my favourite SBs here. Momus: also wow, thank you! hey good name, do you like momus? i remember they made a cool album from the sounds of plastic surgery; not exactly party tunes but cool in a skincreeping way.. Bruce. hehe no, Blenheim Palace, in Oxfordshire. Astounding place, built by Henry the 8th or some shit, birthplace of Churchill, amazing place.
Your failing to factor in all the spending that would go into our war on Australia (a la GTA). Pulverising those chizzwuzzas would take a lot of subs and tanks, which in turn would reinvigorate the UK economy a treat. You could weaponise a few giant wheel things too as terror weapons and aircraft carriers.....
thanks for the hilarious comment! Ewa: thank you very much. great to meet you, your work is very sensitive and interesting, youre really talented.
Heeey Matt: ironically i feel a lot of this recent stuff has been sloppy and slapdash due to actually working on real projects much of the time, but im chuffed youre feeling it; I reckon another few years of Wacom practice and itll be allllright Dope: apology accepted... I GUESS... do you have an email, I can send you a PSD of this image below (i think you mean this one?). I was watching Galaxy Quest and the bit where they scrape the ship down the dry dock wall cracked me up. this is inspired by that. its not going to T-Cut out....
here is some nice music
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hurray its working again; thanks CAO!
"you throw things into real environments. they are surreal, yet feel they are there for a purpose"
thats the neon genesis effect i think. have you seen it? if not get the jap dub and watch it through, its
absolutely mindblowing ithink
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Love Evangelion! I knew there was something familiar and intriguing about your work, I need to go watch that again now.
I really like the racetrack, it looks carefully planned, and I envy your patience with detail.
Oh man i love UFO videos. Ive watched tonnes of them on youtube. I particularly liek the ones showing evidence of some kind of wierd Nazi spaceship developed using occult visions or something. Whats not to like, Ufos, telepathic aliens, a giant conspiracy, advanced tech, Nazis, its all gold.
heres a bit i extracted out of one of my favourites; i really like this guy
Eva is similarly brill. Im not convinced by the flashy, story-free new movies but the series and End Of Evangelion is as impressive as anything else Ive seen. Amazing editing.
here is a 15 minute doodle, like some kind of future Benidorm.... Spiraltown
Fantastic environments above.
You are creating you own unbelievable reality,
moving the boundaries of the fifteenth dimension.
A design master is what you are, once again,
you showed that there are no visions that you
cannot materialize. I enjoy looking through your
exquisite creations. Way to go.
Aesthetic machineL thanks man! hope you didnt mind my ramble in your thread!
Snake, thats one of the best messages ive ever got, nice one bruvva!
my COW bridge idea got barred as the components were robots, and in 3d not 2d, so heres some eusocial insectile bridgers (sketches) from while 3dsmax renders things.
what do you think?
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loving these updates man! your sketches i like too. they remind me of this free beta 3d program called Rhonda (download here)which you draw in line in 3d. check it out if you have a chance. it's pretty sweet.
love the colors in this one too! what program do you use to composite the houses in 3d?
oooh evangelion! i have been starting rahxephon:
it's pretty intense and sweet!
Pretty sick stuff in here, that's for sure. As others have mentioned, I really like the diversity, although I admit some of the really shiny CG stuff looks a bit like models to me rather than real things. That works in the more spacey stuff's favor though, so it's all good.
Also, BIG ups for being a Boards of Canada and Jean-Michel Jarre fan. Fantastic stuff on both counts.
"Skill is the result of trying again and again, applying our ability and proving our knowledge as we gain it. Let us get used to throwing away the unsuccessful effort and doing the job over. Let us consider obstacles as something to be expected in any endeavor; then they won't seem quite so insurmountable or so defeating." - Andrew Loomis
Wow, great work. I like how you blend surreal and futuristic elements into quite normal environments - having something that wouldn't really look out of place in outer space floating over a countryside. No really useful words to offer; people have already given critique on the anatomy in your sketches and clearly you know what you're doing with the other stuff.