that potrait of layil is just sweet man. u r a real good observer and your work always looks very confident! the rendering is just sweet. man i hope prague opened the door to the next level for ya'
Your work makes me love pencil, you can almost here the sound of the hatching from many of these drawings.
Woah, and the imagination sketch, keep doing those! I heard john howe just keeps sticking more pages down and carrying on these doodles/concepts.
It looks as though he is some demon captain, maybe about to lead his horrific legions into battle!
Hiya, finally found my way over here too! Saw you and your works in Prague and I really liked your drawings! Not to say there was anything particularly wrong with YOU either! I remember the one with your GF and some other ppl... Do I remember wrong that you had a kid too?!?!?!?
Well whatever, I was impressed. And now I am disappointed that you haven´t posted anymore!
Cheers for the crit in the critique section....You have really nice, confident line work. The work from life is brilliant and apart from tiny anatomy problems with the fantasy stuff its all great!!!!! The title in next to you avatar says you are painting! When you are done post some in here, this book is lacking some colour!
Oh and also, this is one of the few sketchbooks i've looked at today that have slow loading images, I dont know if this is an issue with the forum or photobucket. But some of them havent loaded in the last 5 - 10 minutes..
Thanks for popping by my thread a while ago. Would like to see the finished version of the SP. Your rendering skills are excellent. There really is no point me giving you any critique 'cause you obviously know what you are doing. Will have to keep following your thread. Four stars from me.
Wow! Strong studies - (hell you know that - just look at the posts ) - I really have to stop and stare at some of your sketches - you have a great grasp on values.
Thanks for posting and keep em coming!
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