Well, after the last 2 workshops, I have been changing up my work, and my books when I sketch quite a bit. But I am going to start with older stuff too so I can balance it all out, if I post all the new stuff right now, I will have to work too hard to get more going again...heh...I just have a lot of images I can post strting a while back, but getting more creative as I continue to mingle with the Massive Black crew...
Good to be posting again.
Last edited by fredflickstone; February 11th, 2005 at 03:39 PM.
HOLY CRAP IS RIGHT. Dam Fred has a sketch book. Dood I just want to say thanks for you tutorails they've helped me alot, I have em all saved whoot. I'm happy to see you start a sketch book, this stuff is amazing. Way to drop a bomb on the DS section buddy. I can't wait to see you new stuff and see what a influence massive black had on you cuz the stuff you have here is awsome. I'll be checking back often. Later
ron, it was awesome to actually get to meet you at the SF workshop, i was only there the last day but my goal was to get to see some of your pieces in person and that small sketchbook you've got was just mind-blowing...seriously, it was incredibly inspiring, esp. for me, someone who mostly works in ballpoint, to see a full pad of ballpoint drawings and great gouache studies. i still can't believe that factory painting copy was so small...you were right what you said about assael's ballpoint drawings too, those things were trippy, totally looked like charcoal drawings. thanks for posting all of these pages in the thread at easy access for all of our viewing pleasure. keep em comin!
wowwwww, great to see the sketchy and conceptual side to your stuff... all I had seen was your tutorials and the painting demos at the workshops. nice surprise, I'll make sure to come back to this thread often. hooray!
This is Insanity! goauche is such a strange animal, you must be insane to pull these off..... incredible. What kind of paper is that in your sketchbooks, I've been looking for some toned paper that can take a beating...or at least hold up to wet media....