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    Is that Stephen King? What's it say in the Japanese?

    If you don't mind the comparison, the texture on his face reminds me of Frank Quitely's style: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...93833330df.jpg


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    FantasyArtist : Thanks so much!

    Appreciate the tips on dynamic poses both here and in your sketchbook. I'll definitely check out Keane...I have a friend who names him as a big inspiration too.

    Thanks again...I will.

    Tiggeraz: Sexy! I like that description.

    I wanted to give that pic kinda an old black and white photo look...or a monotone silvery blueish look. Somewhere in my memory banks I remember seeing old world war II photos with that look along with hand tinted reds. That's what I was going for.

    Anywho...thanks for the comment and encouragement

    diamandis: No — although I can see that resemblance now that you mention it. He was just some guy from my imagination. : )

    The larger script at the bottom says "Faith Love Hope" and the ribbon/banner says "watchman" and "peace." At least I hope so because I used a Kanji translation on-line and bing translator to try to confirm what I wanted to say.

    When I was a kid we had a Japanese exchange student stay at our house. He tried to teach me how to write in Japanese. Later I worked hard on a "letter" to him — when I showed it to him he burst out in laughter. DERP

    Thanks to the link for Frank Quitely. I'd never heard of him or seen his work but I can totally see similarities between what we do.

    In fact I'll start with an older digital painting that really drives that home IMO:

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    I'm still using those pastel pencils and grey sketchbooks and here are some recent thangs:

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    ^ ^ ^ A photo study of a very pretty young woman I found on-line

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    ^ ^ ^ Same here. Struggled a lot more with this one — probably because of the tilt of her head. I might work on this one some more

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    ^ ^ ^ I posted this photo study once here already but decided to delete it — refine it and post it again.

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    BTW — I did all those pastels in public at restaurants and coffee houses etc. People often come over and talk to me while I'm pencil sketching — but I get a lot more attention from people when I use the pastel pencils and a lot more people are asking me to do commissions for them. I have to get better at "closing those deals." !!!

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    ^ ^ ^ A digital study from a prohibition era colorized photo. This guy was some kind of official watching a big barrel of alcohol being poured out onto the street by two guys. I wonder what he was thinking??

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    ^ ^ ^ A digital caricature of Nancy Pelosi.

    Thanks for looking in

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    Pencil sketch on brownish paper

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    Various sketchbook pencils (yep...I still love doing wacky character portraits)

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    Pastel Pencil on brownish paper

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    Arizona road runner. Don't see many of these were I live these days.

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    Commission - political caricature of Robert Mueller (digital paint)

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    That's all for now...............

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    Forgot to include this sketch in that last post.

    My first "caricature" of an animal using a photo ref.

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    Pastel Pencils

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    Oil Pastel Rough

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    À la Youtuber Peter Draws - while waiting for computer repair

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    Oil Pastel on canvas - approx 9" x 11"

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    Wondered for a few days if the forum was closed for good......

    Trying out some fur brushes I made

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    That is all. Please return your seats to the upright position.

    : )

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    Just finished re-working this one I originally finished in 2013. Made the girl thinner, changed the position of her arms, and made adjustments to the background, color, etc.

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    First Sketchbook Draw'rings of 2019 Part One

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    First Sketchbook Draw'rings of 2019 Part Two

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    I remember your last sketchbook well. Good to see you starting another one, will follow for sure. Keep up with the motivational drawings and with the great work.

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    Thanks Plissken—I remember you well too—back from the glory days of this forum. Glad to see you still around the joint. I'll look for your sketchbook too and see what you've been up to.

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    A few mo' from the ol' sketchbook

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    The new sketchbook is looking good, shame that some of our images got deleted and lost due to server changes and CA migrating to other location or whatever.
    It's like tearing out some pages from our sketchbooks and hearts. Wish you all the best and full motivation for filling this sketchbook with good things also, just as you did in your previous sketchbook.

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    Good stuff here, try to use more contrast to bring you focal points in sketches
    Look where these artists use their contrast like first one for example have shadow side in general is bit light and Rembrandt uses darkest darks and lightest lights to pull eye to focal point, you can use edges, detail vs simple pretty much any contrast, you also have second most and third most
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    Thank you so much, Plissken. Yeah, losing everything in the migration really sucks. I looked through your sketchbook recently and saw you'd lost a LOT of pages too (more than 60 I think). Shesh! I guess we just need to roll up our sleeves and keep on creating.

    Thanks Stone. I like working with a soft touch in my sketchbook but see what your saying about pushing value. I did some digital drawing over the first sketch posted below and knocked in some darker values and do like the result. Thanks again.

    On to the art

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    A quick digital goof:

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    Work in Progress thing-ma-bob:

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    You've kept the quality of your pencil drawings over the years that's great. The 'Keep it down' painting is fun and attractive at the same time, much earlier in my childhood I imagined that there is something similar under our house like that creature / devil. I just like the side view see through building kind of stuff paintings. Fortunately I've kept all my drawings and paintings backed up on my local Hard Drive and on some other art blogs. Now there is only half of my sketchbook left hahaha. Sad and funny. It's called a macular degeneration on my left eye, but I got used to it, was weird for the first year or two but now I kinda don't bother about it. I can still read, draw and paint. Hope you keep up with the good spirit and will update much much more.

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    Thanks Plissken, That's funny (I hope) about what you thought in your childhood. As a kid I lived in high up in the Ricky Mountains and believed there were tropical alligators and quicksand in in the forests around our house. One day as I got older I was telling a friend that and finally started to think that it wasn't possible. I guess I'd just watched too many movies.

    I've kept most of my old art backed up too and will probably start posting some now that we've talked about the good old days.

    I have the same thing (macular degeneration) although yours sounds worse. Mine just makes part of my vision blurry and fortunately it is off center and not as bad in my right eye so it's not too bad—but I now use 3X magnifying glasses to see detail. I've been eating way healthier (lotza fruit and veggies) and take Vitamin A and Preservision Arids 2 supplements and it helps. It's worse when I'm tired too—so sleep is good. Like you, I've learned to accept and deal with it. Isn't life fun sometimes.

    Anywho—thanks again.

    Here's some new stuff

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    Any health issue is definitely bad news, especially those issues with the eyes it's no fun being nearly blind or blind. You keep up with the great drawing updates, and don't give up with the healthy lifestyle and healthy eating. I am not sure how confident we should be updating here our images, the same fate can happen to get erased all together, or I am just being too pessimistic.

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    Do you mean you're nearly blind, Plissken? If so I had no idea it was that bad for you. Life is definitely strange that we can work so hard at something and then have our body betray us. I was a musician for years and didn't do my hearing an favors either. They say blue light from monitors can affect the eyes and I wonder if all the years of staring at a screen digitally painting is what damaged my eyes. Anyway, I'm very sorry to hear about yours. As for this forum—I used to think that if something happened to me at least people could see my art well past my lifetime here or on my blog or website etc. Now all these years later I know that sites come and go and the people running the big internet companies can de-platform you with a keystroke. But I figure at least for a while I can share my art and IMO it's better than no one seeing it. That isn't to say it doesn't royally suck. Anyway—here's to wishing you better things!

    Had fun drawing this one yesterday

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    Insanely cool updates! That caricature portrait of Pelosi might be one of the best caricature drawings I've ever see, really freaking like that one a lot. Do you just spend hours rendering or is there some photobashing in there somehow? Just insanely nice details and rendering quality. You've improved a ton over the course of this sketchbook. Look forward to seeing what you do next.

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    Wow—thanks a lot Dennis—I appreciate all the encouraging feedback! The Pelosi caricature was all hand rendered except for the lapel pin which I used the pen tool on. I love traditional media so I just transfer those techniques to digital painting—and it does take a while—but I enjoy that. Thanks again!

    New sketch with some digital touch-ups: Just having fun with character and trying out a skyline—something I've rarely done.

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    The eye and going blind is not that bad as you understood but it's ok, I appreciate your compassion and worry, good job on the Captain Piglet. Stay motivated and never give up.

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    I'm happy to hear that, Snake. When you said "it's no fun being nearly blind" I thought you meant you were nearly blind. Still—as we both know ANY eye issues suck. Thanks as always for the visit and encouragement.

    Hoppy Easter to everyone who celebrates it.

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    Happy Easter man,
    good to have you update on a regular basis,
    I feel euphoric cause I got days off from work for Easter so there will be lots of beer and maybe some digital painting.

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    Happy Easter to you too, Plissken,
    Hope you've enjoyed your days off and a few tasty brews—and were able to do some digital painting.
    Appreciate your visits here.

    Another sketch:

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