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March 30th, 2005 #1
Haven't posted new work in a year - Things have changed (6/2/08)
ALL THE NEW STUFF'S AT THE BOTTOM
Ok, here's some stuff I've done recently. All of it has to do with a comic idea I've had in mind for a few years.
Main Character (self portrait...kinda)
More random crap, somewhat older:
Anyway, I'll be posting some of my life drawing someday soon, but in the meantime, I figured I ought to get one of these threads started.
Let me know what you think.
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How do you actually achieve it?
Like your metal heads, nice characters!
What i may critizise is the way you draw/shade muscles,
look at the muscleman with wings:
the transition among the muscles is extremely hard,
naturally it is all about curves, there aren´t really edges!
Hope this makes sense...
April 2nd, 2005 #3
nice rendering, I noticed that the ears in your face seems a bit misplaced, look at some references and note how they line up with the eyebrows and the nose
shading is cool, though
April 4th, 2005 #4
April 4th, 2005 #5
And a new one at 5am
Then Jesus asked him, "What is your name?" And he answered, saying, "My name is Legion; for we are many." -- Mark 5:9
My take on Legion. This depiction really doesn't convey my whole idea, but I'm not done yet, so you'll see it later.
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April 5th, 2005 #6
Ok, so I'm not at home right now, and probably won't be till late tonight. That being the case, I felt like it was time to dump off a whole bunch of random crap that I've been working on over the last couple days.
My COW entry for this week: Cute But Deadly. It's based on my cat, Rocky. He's freaking mammoth. No seriously. Also, this one's not done yet
An MSPaint thread on Eatpoo prompted this:
Yeah, I have no idea either.
2 potential Business cards:
And, a tattoo that I'm thinking of getting. I made it a couple nights ago, at like 4 in the morning.
I want to get two. One like the one below, and the other unscathed. Each on my upper arm. I'll probably get the shot up one on my right side.
Last edited by PaulGanguly; November 20th, 2005 at 02:25 AM.
April 5th, 2005 #7
I want to know if you draw flash for tattoos
If you do, how do you do that stuff? Is there any special way the drawing gets on the body before the tat?????
April 5th, 2005 #8
I like that tattoo, it looks like something Frank Miller would do.
April 12th, 2005 #9
Hey, sorry for not really replying when I post new stuff. I usually post a t like 4 in the morning, so I don't really end up feeling like responding. Either way though, thanks for the replies everyone.
Xaya - Thanks, I usually achieve tones with a blending stick (tortillion), and besides that I just use a mechanical pencil. Since those ones, I've been taking figure drawing courses, and I've developed a little more subtlety when rendering muscular forms.
charcoalArtist - Thanks, I'm trying to make my stuff more realistic, kinda. My figure drawing class should help out with that.
codakromek - Honestly, I have no idea about the tattoos, but I'm told that there's some kind of temporary ink that they can either rub onto from a sheet, or draw onto the person getting it.
Majofo - Thanks. I've been getting told about the frank miller likeness a lot lately.
ANYWAY, so that this isn't a completely shameless thread bump, here's some new ones:
This started out as an entry in the sin city weekly sketch thang over at eatpoo. I didn't really finish it though. It came out a little more Mignola than Miller though:
A random, reference-less portrait sketch. About a half hour, maybe 45 minutes:
And, some kinda painting of some kinda thug that I made earlier tonight:
Fixed the links
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April 12th, 2005 #10
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At the top, your muscles sem a bit bland, as if they werent right. I think if you are going to define muscles that much, there has to be a heavy light source or they have to be chisled. Almost literally. Other than that, running smoothleh!
April 14th, 2005 #12
Very nice studies. And great drawings. I love the first ones..love how you render the shading. Almost the same way i do it
P.S im in your group
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hey hey sketchbook buddy
Very nice work. I would like to see you do other things though.. maybe some females? It seems you lean towards certain facial structures. It's my problem area too
I love the rendering on the fat guy, it's beautiful.