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    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    ***Update***
    This sketchbook is pretty old, but it somehow started making it's way to the top of search engine results for "Reilly Brown." If anyone's looking for new stuff by me, be sure to check out my Deviant Art page here-- http://reillybrown.deviantart.com/
    I update it frequently.

    ***Update***
    Well, the website that I was hosting most of my images on went defunct, so this sketchbook thread is in pretty sorry shape. Sorry about that. If you've somehow found your way here and want to check out more of my artwork, here's a couple of links that might be of more help to you--
    Ten Ton Studios
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    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    Hey guys, I thought it was about time I started my own internet sketchbook so that people could take a look at my work as a whole, rather than just as individual threads.
    I'll start by posting the projects I've been working on over the past two or three months--

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    http://www.oddgodpress.com/reillybro.../mauraud01.jpg

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    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

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    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

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    Alright, so, there you go!
    Let me know what you think, and I'll try to keep this thread updated!

    --Reilly

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    Wow,.. it´s a Honor to me to be the first in replying to this post...

    But the main problem is that I´m speechless...

    Absoluty Awesome...

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    The Bone Doctor Diagnosis *****

    Throwin' you 5 bones ::: you got it goin' on <><><> lockin' ya in and lookin' forward to future post!

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    that is really awesome stuff.
    good to see another sequential artist in this forum.

    the only way to avoid temptation is to give in

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    Great stuff. Hope to see more. I especially love the progress pictures of the megaman type character.

    Keep it up and update often

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    Wheey Heey.. Excellent stuff man, your comic strips and style is excellent. Looking forward to future posts, i see a 5 star thread coming.

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    Wow! Thanks for all the kind words, guys!

    Here's page six of Pablo Sanchez, Poolman to the Stars --

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    --Reilly

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    awesome design work.....but mostly, mad props for those comic pages! great great storytelling! they read beautifully!

    keep us updated man!

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    Dude can draw. Love the old school feel to the max. Not many people can really capture a style like they had back then and make it super appealing in this day and age.

    "Do the best that you wanna do." -My personal quote.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=35829

    Sketchbook Thread. Look at it, rate it, post and crit on it.
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    Thanks for the comments guys! Glad you like my comic stuff!
    Here are a couple of pages from a try-out script I forgot to post earlier--

    http://www.oddgodpress.com/reillybro...mbreaker01.jpg

    http://www.oddgodpress.com/reillybro...mbreaker02.jpg

    --Reilly

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    yea this is good stuff.. keep posting the sequentials..

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    wow ~!!!! averry cool !that sanjorge one is awsum and the seq are verry cool mate!

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    Hey man. cool stuff going on here. keep updating dude. pretty sure a lot of cool stuff is gonna come along in this thread.

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    11/30/03-11/30/05. Thanks CA, for all the great inspiration. When will I update? I dont know...
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    I really like your inkwerk and those panels. costumes and characters are also sweet, keep posting

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    Here are some more character designs. This time, villians!

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    --Reilly

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    those are really nice
    what did you use to color them

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    great work, nice to see another va native on the forums. thanks for sharing and i look forward to your next post.

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    wow, you have some really great stuff here... i love the one with the spiral staircase... shows a very dynamic approach to your work.. excellent!

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Here are a couple more characters--

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    All the characters I've been drawing here are from this comic story I drew, Fight Junkies. These two teenagers are the main characters. All these color versions are so the colorist has an idea of what to do.

    --Reilly

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    Incredible storyboards... how much time do you think you spend on some of those, like the little thumbnails even?


    Put your hands in the air like you got the heat to your back
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    Fantastic. Your sense of story telling, pace, mood etc. is impecable. I'd love to see what your process is, and where/what/how did you learn to do sequentials that way? Also, is it possible for me to see the sequentials on your home page with words? I especially liked Fight Junkies, it was very well done.
    I'm starting some sequentials myself, maybe you could give me some tips, any advice?

    Can't wait to see more!

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    The Bone Doctor Diagnosis *****

    threw you 5 bones ::: didn't get you there but got you closer ::: nice neat sb's ::: keep up the good work and I am sure others will give a 5 star rating as well!

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    Hey Reilly, great stuff...but, a crit I've noticed- a lot of your facial proportions are very similar... so, even when the facial features are different shapes, the relationship of spacing/size to the face is the same, making your faces look alike. There are rules to the proportions of the idealized figure, but one thing I've noticed is that most people only vaguely fit these proportions, and that playing up the differences can really help you nail likeness & vary up your faces. Anyway, keep up the hard work, looking really good. Heard you're moving to NY! awesome man, good luck

    -cody

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    youre moving to the NY?
    That's awesome man... that might be the just the kind of move you've been needing to get yourself jumpstarted again... you've always been too good to not be doing this stuff pro, reilly.

    Anyway, glad you've finally got a sketchbook on here, I am now subscribed and will be able to follow your updates! Woo hoo!

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    Thanks for the comments guys!

    Patternagainst-- That's a question I'm asked a lot. I've really got to get a stop watch and time myself so that I'll finaly be able to answer that question. Right now all I know is that it takes me a damn long time! Speed's something I've really got to work on.

    Kinokuniya-- Thank you, man! Glad you're digging my junk! I'll scan in some thumbnails and stuff so that you can see what my process looks like. I'll check out your stuff too and see if I can give you any pointers.
    I think there are only one or two comics on my homepage that actually have words and everything in them-- Just the Orath stuff.
    Most of the stories I've drawn there were from other peoples' scripts and I didn't letter them, so I only uploaed the work that I did.

    Mentler-- Thanks for the vote, man! There are so many excelent artists on this board that it's very difficult to stand out. Hopefully my work will warrent me more 5-star votes sooner or later!

    Cotron-- Yeah, that's somthing I've noticed too and something that does kind of bug me some times because I want my characters to have unique and recognizable faces, but I still have enough trouble just drawing the same face properly over and over again that I haven't been able to put much effort into switching the features up. Heh heh, and then when I do decide to give people "unique" features I tend to do it across the board, for instance I'll say "oh, this guy needs a bigger chin and a pointy nose, and this guy needs a pointy nose and a bigger chin."
    But anyway, I'll keep that in mind next time I'm drawing some character designs!
    And how'd you hear I'm moving up north? I think I only told my dad and my grandma!

    Blankslatejoe-- Thanks man, and yeah, hopefully the move to NY (New Jersey actually, but, you know, just a few miles of rush hour traffic away) will give me the kick in the ass I've been needing. Plus I know a bunch of people up there, so that'll be fun. God, I can't wait to be around some actual artists again!

    Anyway gang, thanks C&C. Here are some scans of a few sketchs I had lying around that I kind of like--

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    A close-up of that ape-man drawing--
    Reilly Brown's Sketchbook of Adventure!

    And here's what I'm working on right now-- The colorist who was doing Fight Junkies dropped out on me, and the dead line for DWP is next week, so I figure I'll just try to color the damn think myself. I've never been too comfotable with color, but I'm gonna have to figure it out sooner or later.
    So if any of you guys have any suggestions or tips to help me move it along, I'd really apreciate it.

    http://www.oddgodpress.com/reillybro...fjcolorip1.jpg

    Thanks again guys!

    --Reilly

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    Hey man, i'm liking this stuff. But for a crit - the last pic has a wierd color scheme. Its like i'm being distracted from the fighting scene because of the colors, you know? good stuff anyway.

    Da Vinci was a concept artist
    11/30/03-11/30/05. Thanks CA, for all the great inspiration. When will I update? I dont know...
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    Heh heh, well, I'm not exactly finished with the page yet. . .

    Here's a bit of a progress up-date--

    http://www.oddgodpress.com/reillybro...fjcolorip2.jpg

    --Reilly

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    Nice colorings Reilly, for tips I would say to try to build some more of the lighting situations into the colors...right now all of your colors are at the same middle value. When we see color, we're really seeing light...so think about where the lights ae and how intense you want them to be. You have indications of light and shadow, but I think you could push it more. And, white doesn't always make the best highlights, it tends to make things look plastic-y.

    As far as knowing about how you're going to NY, I have my ways...... just ask mr. rollb82 about it.

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    Here's an update--

    http://www.oddgodpress.com/reillybro...fjcolorip3.jpg

    God, it looks like I've barely done anything, but I swear I've been sitting in front of this computer all day!!
    I feel like I might not be approaching this right. Maybe I should be using flatter colors or something? That might go faster too.

    And Cody, if you're talking about the kid's jacket looking plastic-y, I sort of agree, but I don't think it's because of the use of white, I think it's just because there's a lot of contrast between the highlight and the rest of the jacket, and it looks sort of like a reflection. I know because it was worse when I first did it, but I dulled it down.

    --Reilly

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