as johnny said, great improvement since page 1. Your anatomy is like 10 times better.
I like the android in the last post, though I think he is sometimes a bit to blurry. But absolutely like the design
Wow... the leaps and bounds you've made in improving your skills is inspiring. It seems like some of your little breaks did nothing but good things for you, and it seems like Prague did even more. Your anatomy, sense of line, value and lighting, color, composition.... Everything has improved a thousand fold since you started this book. I'm really looking forward to seeing where you go with this.
@madplanet: thanks! I have some sketches from prague, and i'll probalby scan them later on. They arent that interesting tho, since its mostly quick pose lifedrawings.
@Hurri: thanks dude! you know i love you.
@Miau: Thanks. Im really sorry, but i cant connect your nick to a face. It was probably awesome meeting you there too tho, since everyone were such nice people.
@dCept: Thanks! Yeah, i hear you man! I miss it all! Until next time we just have to polish our skillz.
@blog: Thanks. glad you like it. me losing my bag wasnt funny at all. I cant remember you from the airport, im sorry.
@johnny: Hey dude! It was cool talking to you in prague! My band is doing great, playing gigs and creating musical fusion. Oh, and thanks for the compliments!
@Haldor: Thanks dude! I'll run over him and give him another pass as soon as i find my wacom. (yeah i know, im feeling pretty much amputated without it. On the bright side i get to polish my graphite skills more..)
@Bdfoster: Thanks a lot for the kind words! Keep watching and you'll see where it ends. (i sure as hell dont know yet. )
@Gloominati: Thanks! I'll see what i can do. I do have a graphite mech in this update tho, if that tickles your fancy. Not by far in the same style as the one above tho..
@Some Guy: Thanks for the kind words!
And finally, here's a little of what i've been doing since prague. Since i have to borrow my dads all-in-one printer/scanner/fax, i dont scan everything i do anymore. Its just too much of a hassle. But i do have SOME stuff for you guys:
Here's an underwater scene thing with some fishy-men thumnails.
Great update man. It really seems like your graphite skills are improving. I love the toned Sketchbook with the white charcoal/conte. Wht kind of book are you working in?
I really dig the bot sketch and your figures. One note on the figure labelled "mod stuff"-- be cautious about your forms. It really seems like you've focused on the clothing and forgotten the forms underneath. It should look like there's a body underneath those clothes, and right now I'm not buying it.