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Time to break that orthographic static Jo, make a leap in to some fun loving loose shape
hey joe inspiring stuff as always keep it up.
Gotta love the vehicles Such awesome and inspiring sketchbook!
So much amazing perspective work. I still refer back to your tutorials. The colour and line weight stuff looks even better.
Great work! One of my favourite SB's because of Feng Zhu and Scot Robertson's influence in your work. You are on a good track, keep this up and you will be as good as u want!
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Been a while since your last update ^^. One hell of a comeback!
"A man chooses. A slave obeys."
I am a bit confused now, cause I think I saw a bunch of new
images, updates a few days back, and today it’s like all gone?
Or maybe I am just too confused, either way I would
like to see updates once again.
Hey mate, I was just scrolling trough my own sketchbook and saw that you commented like 1,5 years ago on my sb. I decided to check out your sketchbook and found out that this was a sketchbook that I was lurking around for quite some time actually. Just wanted to drop you a note to say hi, and that yuo got a very inspiring sketchboko with an insane amount of quality stuff mate. Keep up your awesome work, i`ll make sure to comment on future works to come!
Another Kenju Kim Master Study
Original Image located here
Tried some color as well but nothing as far as the original is.
Learned alot though This time it was all drawn in photoshop
Great work on those Master studies. They must have been intimidating with all that line work.
holy crap man! Its really a blast scrolling trough this sketchbook. Your insects and drawing are very appealing to me. How did you make these perspectives from the bugs? did you line them in sketchup?
Your pen studies are great, and also your bones and perspective studies of planes and creatures.
My Sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...n-s-Sketchbook
Wow! Damn! You're really rocking the boat here! I really like the variety all your studies are taking on.
Your form-building skills are really good and your visual library is filling like crazy with all those studies!
What I would watch out for, is your line-weight. You tend to give every sketch a thick black outline, which often looks a little strange (at least to me).