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    There is no one that inspires me more to draw or write than the great Frank Frazetta himself:


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    My primary inspirational artists since I was little..



    Clive barker - His character design with the Hellraiser series. Not to mention his writing inspires my own creative writing.
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    Todd McFarlane - His character design with Spawn. I didn't care much for the story behind spawn though, but the artwork was inspirational.
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    The styles never found their way into my own style, but they are very reflective in my writing, and all of my art these days is for my writing.
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    Post some images that inspire you.
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    This comic:
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    And to be more precise, this page:
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    This thread is pure genius !

    I am so infatuated with the thought put into this compostion and how the entire pic is manipulated in a way best to manipulate the viewer.

    Horrible photographs; damned french need to take good pictures of their massive art collection.

    Marianne Stokes. Death and the Maiden.
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    Winjer -ahhh shnapp! I thought I was the only person who liked Boldini - VERY underrated artists
    ..overshadowed by too many of the *superstars* of painting of same time period. I picked up a skinny book of his when I was in Italy...I gotta show ya sometime
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    Great thread! It's good to see such varied examples too!
    The sketchbook thread!

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    yeah boldini is slick as all hell. This is my favorite one by him. Just plain creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pichuerca
    That picture create inside of me a strange feeling that make me take a pencil and start to draw...

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    Flatliner : I'm pretty sure it's Beksinski (1929-2005). I saw an AWESOME book of his work a few years ago. There's a thread about him on the forum here.

    Pich : I really like the one where he made towers with antenas on top... Striking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winjer
    yeah boldini is slick as all hell. This is my favorite one by him. Just plain creepy.

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    WOW! Something just leaps out and strikes you with this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by egerie
    Flatliner : I'm pretty sure it's Beksinski (1929-2005). I saw an AWESOME book of his work a few years ago. There's a thread about him on the forum here.

    Pich : I really like the one where he made towers with antenas on top... Striking.

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    He died this year? Aw fuck... =(
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    Some new: Timothy Bradstreet, I just picked up a copy of his beautiful new "Maximum Black" book, which is, for all intents and purposes, my new study guide. I've been an admirer of his ever since I picked up an RPG game book featuring his art at a garage sale when I was in highschool. (I never played RPG's, but concept art of that quality was hard to come by then) This is the image that really amazed me. To me nobody does "character" these days like Timothy Bradstreet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyHydralisk

    If you've never seen Bouguereau (he is not widely published) then you simply must go to http://www.artrenewal.org/ and check out their massive collection of Bouguereau's work

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