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    Book Project : Meyer the Mechanic

    Here is the second installment for the book. These posts are really not in order of the pages. Actually, I don't even know what the order is yet :confused: For this illustration, I'm just playing around with lines and colors after drooling for weeks now over Bengal daily post. Thanks man I also want to say thanks to the community for all their encouraging comments. I do read every words with great giddyness. Just because I don't have time to reply, please don't think I ignore them



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    Looks spiffy!

    Are those hands, working on the wires of some bigger arm?

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    hey khangle,

    I'm enjoying this idea and I'm really digging this piece.
    I can't wait to reveal my summer projects and new site.

    keep going dude.

    -Joshua

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    I`m with Davi ,awesome they are!

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    Handy!

    Super-cool, Khang. The mere thought of hand surgery makes me clench up! =^O

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    now thats detail

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    Thats beautiful! I really dig the striped pattern on the gloves. The mechanical parts fit together perfectly, nice job!

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    Took me a second to figure out what I was looking at, but that is totally sweet. I like the colors!

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    Wow, you really nailed the whole Bengal idea. I like the contrast between the simplicity of colors and hand, and the complicated arm.

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    The color palette and pastels really smack of Bengal. The mechanics and technical details look very plausible.

    I'm really undecided as to whether I want to see tighter, stronger linework or not. Right now, I think you strike a good balance between the painterly rendering and the lines.

    Did you draw this straight digitally or scan in a sketch and paint over it?

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    WOW

    super detailed, and I love the colors. great stuff as always.

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    I tore my wrist when I was about 10 years old, this reminds me so much of what that whole scene looked/felt like at the emergency room... very well done.

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    thats actually really awsome..

    i love everything about this!
    great job on the expressiveness of the hands. and the details are all very interesting and easy on the eye.
    great job with the color too.

    -LOno

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    like everyones said great detail and color.

    I'd just like to see your darks pushed a bit more.

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    very "european" use of color there.
    i likethis , it's very cool. :chug:

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    very "european" use of color there.
    explain, I thought that sounded funny but I don't get it ...tell me please Jrr

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    Argh I wish to see more of this picture ! I think the frame is too tight...

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    yeah bro

    follows on nicely from the first piece. i can see a real story developing from these visuals. great job.

    can't wait for the next one

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    Originally posted by gallon


    explain, I thought that sounded funny but I don't get it ...tell me please Jrr

    well, bengal and sparth and those guys use really pastel-ish colors alot. and they're european right? RIGHT!

    actually , it's just an off the cuff remark, nothing solid behind it. too da loo

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    my name is meyer mechanic

    hey my name is meyer mechanic (seriously) i googled my name and found thid i was wondering if you you could email a copy (or tell me where i could buy one) of this book. my name really is meyer mechanic i live toronto my email should be posted in my membership profile but please send me a copy

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    Sorry, but I can't see anything

    [edit] And I would like to see something [/edit]

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    Uppsi

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    Wasp its 3 yrs old but i brought it up again

    its 3 yrs old but i brought it up again, as i said my name really is meyer mechanic and i want a copy can whoever has it arrange to email it to me?

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    Can't see it


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