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(oops, didn't see ya post there, guggen) Thanks man!
some awesome studies here. the rendering on the still-life is great. and love the complementary color composition in some coloring works. keep up with it.
Thanks man I really appreciate the compliment. I haven't been keeping this sketchbook up to date much, mostly because I'm trying my best to do a lot of anatomy sketches. What I'm doing is just copying the same drawings from out of a book or from this great
anatomy statue over and over. To clarify, the exact same drawing over and over. It's mind numbing and not very exciting to look at, so I don't bother posting.
I have no clue why there are stripes when I use my scanner. Sometimes they're there, sometimes they aren't. I've spent too many hours trying to figure it out, and finally just given up. So I hope you like sketches with stripes in them
. heheh. Also wanted to throw in my thunderdome pieces.
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Colored an Old sketch.... "Queen"
I just love the lighting on this man
and I love the way in which you carved the forms on this skull
the ideas your cooking this days are great sooo....
Nice observations on the color balls, the tints and reflective colors or something I forget myself.
Lol was skimming through your SB and passed the skeleton painting and thought it was a 3d rendering, went back for a closer look and loved it. Kind of morbid
Walking The Fine Line
Wow... I have comments! Thanks for your compliments, Max, Pigeonkill and Lunatic.
I really appreciate it.
This first one is a speedpaint landscape. And the second one is all Oils that I call, "Red Cave Gaurdian".
Small oils, around 3 inches.
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eh, nice life drawing and lines... keep posting!
small oil plein air 7.5' x 9.5'
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Here's an old paper mache sculpture I did.
Another old paper mache. Loosely based off of one of Brian Froud's goblins.
Did this for a dirtbike plate.
Oils and some acrylic.
A study on something blue. Looking to see what this new copyright feature looks like.
NIce stuff mate!! Dig the studies!!
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Study from an old photo. No clue where it came from. The point was to draw from something small, and bad lighting. Well, that's not a great idea.
A logo I did for my sister's "Boys and Girls Club".
Really sweet stuff in here, thanks for drawing me
made my day.
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