hi, awesome stuff in there, i also red your comic strips on your blog and i laugh so much,
great humour man! though some are missing i dont know why.. if you do, just tell me!
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Hey guys I'm going to add some infrastructure to my speeds from here out. I need to get better at framing and composition.
wombat- I don't know of any yet, but I am looking into starting one. Just waiting for things to slow down a bit first
BlackSpot-thanks for stopping by and I'm glad to hear that.
Pie Monster- Thanks man, it was stupid easy to make.
Maiden- Thanks for commenting and your insight. I cant say I have noticed it, but in general I do lean away from symmetry.
Eric- Thanks man, Though whenever I start to notice my own style, it usually means i am working towards a rut.
Shoko- I agree, that piece is more flash than anything. I just need to keep practicing to get all of the rudimentary stuff down.
fireblade- Thanks mate!
Bouroune- Thanks man that is so good to hear, I should really get back to updating that.
Love your moleskines, characters, colors and everything... brilliant!)
Awww shit.. fuck, cant w8 when i will able to draw anything i want like this, my moleskin will need to wait another year+ before i make a mark on it
Respect you sucker!
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Love your creatures in post 128 man, great stuff! Maybe the lower legs of the bottom one are a bit too scrawny for the rest of the build? I don't know though (I'm utterly clueless about anatomy), it was just my first thought when I noticed it. The humanoid arms to me implies that the creature would likely be capable of walking or standing up and getting around on two legs, but that would probably not go down that well! How does he get around, is he meant to get by using only the strength of his upper-body?
The epic-ness of this sketchbook has been risen a few
notches in the last year. Creative and inspiring, a very
high quality of paintings and effects on them. I should
also mention the cool aura of your 3D renders.
Keep on pulling out the freshness from the gravity well.
I like the zombie with the cart. You do gritty very well.
massive sketchbook, love your 3d art and gifs !!
king- glad to see you still going strong on here.
spud- thanks mate
Spellsword -afraid I can't promise that
eternity- Thanks man
syndicate- Thanks, good to see you still on here
Lt P-Your words are too kind words sir.
asa-Thanks for the continued support!
yoch, yeath that creature is fucked. Poor stylization.
kweck-That is fair
eclipse- Practice man
lhune- Glad I could help
nim-moleskin has been pretty poor lately imo