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    Geez, Sal-man, such sweet, sweet goodness... I would love to see you do a "how-to" on some of your work. Just... wow.


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    hehe, milky filling... it's just a regular old bucket fill Askan, it's what's going on above it that softens it.

    dogfood, sure if you think it'll be of interest, I'll see what I can do!

    cheers for all your feedback guys, a light in the darkness....

    update, but not much....

    bye-bye bump
    bye-bye bump

    Maybe I need a break, and I'm getting one, hopefully see you back here in two weeks.

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    Do I think a salaryman demo would be of interest? Would I like Pamela Anderson to come by and wash my car? Does Bill Gates have too much money? Is this post just me asking dumb questions?


    What Fellah said.

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    Just. Great.

    Your linework - particularly the construction and features of the faces and the drapery - really reminds me of Glenn Fabry's stuff. As you have a past in comics, I'll assume you know his work and I hope you'll take that as the huge compliment it's intended to be.

    Awesome. And there's a word I don't bandy about too often.

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    Matt, cheers, I'm not sure I'm worthy of the compliment, but thankyou.

    Fabry's 2000AD b+w stuff was simply stunning, I've always preferred the more 'european' drafting style. The guy needs to do more dammit.

    Dogfood, okay, I'll put my mind to something while I'm away (once I've finished putting my mind to Pamela and that car...)

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    Damn, Great stuff here. I'm glad I found it. Your lines remind me of Moebius.

    Edit: Just looked at the first page; Damn!................
    Last edited by Bojee; May 25th, 2005 at 08:50 AM.
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    !!!! awsum man !1!1

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    great again salarymanˇ
    last post have made me tremble o' emotion...
    relax,rest, and come back with this stuff we need...

    c yaˇˇ

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    Hell yeah!! your construccion is dam tight, and the line
    work o my god the freaking linework!!! ever since I saw that
    rifle fella on the finished seccion I said to my self
    I wish this fella posted on the SKB seccion..., and dam
    you actually have a thread here!!! I you dont mid saying
    did you attendo to an art school and if so could you
    share the name of it, just courious about your background

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    damn these are sick.....I like every one of these. You got great lines too. I will keep an eye on this sketchbook and hopefully learn a few things =)
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    Love your costumes. Great characters. Very strong ink skills as well. To be honest, I rather like your whimsy stuff. The characters really seem alive. I will definately keep coming back. Take care.

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    very nice indeed

    Your refinded line is awesome and you have a very crisp approach to color. I love your style keep it up man keep it up. Also your attention do folds in clothing is something worth taking notes on, your really know how to fit the attire to your figures. Wow I could take a lesson.

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    I really enjoy your line work and drapery which I need to work on. Your work is very inspiring, please keep posting.

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    Dude, I went to the 2nd page and I was like, "WOW"! Then I went to the first page and I was like, "WOOOOW"! Totally rad! I'm a fan now. Can you sign my underwear plz?

    Inspiring stuff, man.
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    maxetormer, I did film theory at Uni in Scotland, so beyond high school I guess I'm self taught.

    But I have so much to learn yet.

    And always will have.

    bye-bye bump

    As John Merrick may have once said : "You have all been very kind. Now, I must lay down my head"

    I really am off now.

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    I really like your line quality and the individuality of your characters.

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    Absolutely beautiful work.

    The range of faces and expressions is great... do you use any photo reference for your people? Or is everything remembered or from your head?

    I also love the costumes... both the 'medieval' stuff and the 'space' stuff. Really imaginitive and fresh-feeling...

    Just marvellous!!!!

    Love it.

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    I know I've said this before, but man you're a bad ass. Is it ok if I print off a bunch of pages of your work and use them for reference?
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    uncle lubin

    salaryman - I took one look at your stuff and it immediately reminded me of the battered copy of 'the Adventures of Uncle Lubin' that is squatting on my bookshelf. Then I saw the hat.
    Brilliant stuff - top draw. I'm glad that someone else is aware of his stuff - he was an absolute genius, as, it appears, are you.
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    hotness... i love the updates. looking forward to your next post

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    ur drapery skills are ill man. im lovin it.

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    yer fuckin awesome salaryman!!
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    Artistic excellence plain and simple, double props for sketching Rossi.
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    More Please.
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    any particular reason you start off in blue?

    oh and yea, awesome, etc.

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    Missing your stuff, yours are some of my favorites on the board these days.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    u suck.

    ...just kidding. Excellent job. How long have you been drawing? Keep up the good work! More! Please. pretty please...
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    hehe, nice header for a new page...

    Undertow, I guess so, if you think they'll be of use.

    Standing, W. Heath Robinson was a genius, haven't read Uncle Lubin for about 20 years I'd say, but I have a copy of More Monarchs of Merry England, which inspired that hat...

    MasonL, yeah, not a brilliant likeness, but the hair does it! Just a small study to get me in the mood for something at work...

    Andy DV, using a blue line really helps to differentiate the sketch and the ink when I'm tracing

    Bojee, thanks, that means a lot!

    Well, not much to show for the last week I'm afraid. I was hoping I'd have time to sit and do some architecture stuff, but what with the weather (bad) and generally being other-wise occupied, I only had time for one.

    From life, an all too rare exercise for me, so forgive the downhill angle on the right there. Blue line and inked in situ, scanned and shaded on the pc back home.
    bye-bye bump
    Okay, I think I need to do some more complete character work, full figure shots with a little more finish, I feel the pages of random stuff have become tiring and lacking any substance.

    I also feel I should be tackling more mature themes in my work, something a bit more relevant you know?

    But I also want to draw some cowboys......

    Hopefully I'll update towards the weekend.

    Thanks for your interest guys!

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