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    very cool work..the faces you do are very good. I also love the otter drawing...(reminds me to try and start drawing animals)....
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    jo awesome faces...and i really like the otter on post #28

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    ahhhh! i was looking at this page a while ago.. and then i couldn't find it.. i couldn't remember the title or anything.. so i'm leaving a message and then it will be marked! *phew*

    ps. loving the stuff.. do you work striaght in ink? i'm guessing a really fine point

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    Andy I am really likeing the way you draw!! very different. me likey!
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    Yeah dude- Eff Michaels. 'Course, the design thing can get old too. I'm looking for free lance web to put even a little more extra in my pocket. The regular graphic design gig leaves me fine paycheck to paycheck, with some pocket money leftover that I quickly drink away usually. Anyway:

    The Vick Mackey is cool- funny because I was about to do some drawings from the Shield before you posted that. I just watched season 4. Lots' of cool stuff in this last post. Glad to see you are the popular here, look at you already with two pages of posts!

    Gimme some more! Gimme gimme gimme your drawings after midnight!

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    I love your stuff. The style reminds me a little of Drew Friedman. That's a good thing!

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    too bad about the pratt.
    anyways great jailbirds! and the sp surprised at the hyenas is hilarious.
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    "She blinded me with SCIENCE!" *dances and sings*

    Love the ref. Booya and an A+ for you. ^_^

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    The fact this thread is only 4 stars is physically sickening. Top notch.

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    Aight, quick update to get some pictures on this new fangled page.

    Joooee- Hot indeed, that hyena in back just looks so haaappy...
    katsgod- Thanks, I do need to start working in something other than pen again. Soon soon.
    sith- Thanks man, yeah, pugs have always creeped me the hell out...
    masterpug- except for masterpug of course. Thanks man, nah, not much published yet. Though 3x3 should have an illustration annual on stands at Barnes and Nobles that has a painting I did last year in it.
    Darktwin- Thanks man, I will.
    ArcoNL- Thanks, yeah I should draw more animals too. The cool thing about animals is that we have less preconceived notions about what they look like than humans. When I'm drawing an animal I'm not just thinking "oh, this is what a nose looks like, a nose goes here...", I'm more so just responding to what I'm seeing.
    OleOlsen- Thanka!
    amarryth- Glad you found your way back. I'm usually working in, again this is kinda embarrassing, either ball point pen or microns. Just haven't found the time to invest in any really nice pen equipment. One a these days...
    poise- Thank ye, glad you likey!
    majinpunisher- Yeah, I think I'm gonna be unhappy at any job that takes me away from illustration, so I might as well just stick out at Michaels. The pay is comfortable. Just need to start getting some freelance work. Also, Sheild season 4 kicked ass. You need to start working in an Abba quote into every post you ever do.
    Artguy- Thanks, I wasn't familiar with his work, quite a comliment. I do like some characiture-ish artists like Chris Payne, Philip Burke, and James Bennet, but most of em really aren't my thing. Thanks for stoppin in.
    pennington- Thanks man. Yeah, was bummed about the Pratt. The funny thing was that the other peice that lady had framed was the lamest fine art peice of poo I'd ever seen. Diffr'nt strokes fer diffr'nt folks I guess.
    istarith- What is it about that damn Thomas Dolby song? I've been in love with that song for as long as I can remember. Weird.
    Asoir- Thanks fer the words man.

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Scratchin an itch to do some profiles...
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Hah, I had to frequently stop this drawing to air drum along with Fireball Ministry, makes drawing hard when there is beer and potent rock around.
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Back with more, hopefully sooner than later.

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    Sweeet! That last drawing in the latest post is just great! (doesn't at all reflect what else was going on with you at the time... beer and potent rock do make the world go 'round, though) I love how simple, and comfortable it is. You really get the sense that these two have been together for awhile... Is it reffed, or out of your head? Good job, either way!

    As for the rest... They're solid illustrations over all, I kinda' feel like the top page are a little too distorted, but that might be a matter of personal prefrence, or context. Have you considered shooting for the stock illustration market? I know you want to do editorial, but... I think there's money to be had elsewhere too, you know?

    Anyway... I always enjoy checking your work out. Keep up the great work!
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    very nice.

    draw!

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    You certainly know people well since you can reflect them with such vibrance on paper.

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    really like the update andy. especially love the last two.
    im enjoying the BW stuff but i have to say i am really curious about what you would do with colour.
    keep it up my man - its a nice and fresh book.
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    these are nice pieces. i like the style of them. My only crit is in the last piece, the picture frames, the way they are angled looks like they are being lifted off the wall from the bottom, gives kinda of a haunted feel.

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    Just back from a Municipal Waste show, hurtin, ears ringing, and a tad drunk. Perfect time for updatin...

    kingcoyote- Hey man thanks for the comments, that last one was from ref. I agree about those first faces being a bit too distorted. Well, maybe not that, but they just didn't look great. I'm glad that people will call me on that kinda stuff when, even if it is distorted, it just doesn't look good. As for stock illustration, nah, I think I'll be happier in the editorial game. Working with art directors and coming up with one specific concept for a piece is a lot of what I like about the field. Again, thanks man!
    kyi_72- Will diggity-do.
    Cold- I likes to draw dem faces. Thanks for stoppin in.
    tensai- Thanks, this update's got some color for yas. I haven't picked up the paints in an embarrassingly long time, thanks fer the kick in the pants.
    Matt Smith- Agreed, those junks are pretty off. Probably more to do with the way I was holding the sketchbook at the time. Thanks for the comment!

    So here's a few new pages...

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    And some stuff to get back into the swing of painting...
    real quick watercolor
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk
    real quick oil
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk
    bout 2 hrs...
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    More soon.

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    that watercolor is nice...so is the oil...you should paint more!

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    Haaha, nice job on the last one. Funny.

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    oo i love the watercolors & oil. very very nice stuff - sketches included! april fools, naw just kidding, that wasn't an april fools joke, i meant it all.

    the only crit i'd point out would be just to have your heads measured out before they're drawn. as i see it, it looks like you draw them maybe with your sketchbook streached out over your knee or table. i find that when i do this my pictures become all distorted and the only way they look right is by angling them the way i drew them. sorry for the long crit... never really crit anyone before, but i'm trying to get into the habit to help others with what little i do know. g-heee.
    i also like your knowledge of anatomy, can i pop open your brain and take a few cells for myself? thanks.

    oh yes! i agree with JoshK... more paintings!! though the sketches are good too.

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    Awesome updates as usual, man. I really like the contour drawing of the couple having dinner. Those paintings are pretty rockin' too.

    btw, thanks for your input in my little sketchy book. That schtuff helps a lot.

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    That chick with the headphones is just beeyooteeful!

    The girl on the couch doesn't seem set in space quite right though. What I mean is, she doesn't look like she's actually on the couch. Don't know... Is it in ballpoint? I've found that it's hard to get really good darks in ballpoint.

    Sorry, I'm rambling.

    The watercolor is really good. Have you ever checked out John J Muth? Awesome watercolor illustrator. Just reminded me of him... You might like him if you haven't.

    Anyway... Keep it up.
    Sorry I sound like a 'tard today.
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    nice painting my man, good to see you gettin back on that horse. the only crit I have with them is to maybe hold back from getting so dark in areas like the mouth... a value that close to black really makes is seem more photographic than painterly. I think a warmer bit of paint that's closer to a midtone but still dark would make that really work well. You do good, you so pretty

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    Man, Andy, they ain't kiddin' this thread deserves some major star-age! Are you and Cody's old VA buds because I could definately see some inky line similarities in these! I love how yours have a really caricature feel to 'em at time. You really distort the features in some of these and it's pulled off so nicely and seemingly easily. God knows I ain't got it in me to pull such tight lines off the starting mark! These are great. Nice to see the paints as well. It's a real struggle area for me but it's always fun to get into 'em and much around. Keep postin' and we'll keep droolin', man.

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    hahaha that SP rocks.

    nice work on the quick oil too, excellent treatment of form.

    I'm liking this penwork you've been doing; those profiles are great! If I had to be picky I'd say the falcon.jpg page doesn't shine as much as the rest, but it's all around sweet looking. you're making me want to get back to my SB again!

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    Hey er'body,

    JoshK- Paint more, aint that the truth!
    Pixeldragoon- Thanks man.
    MattGamer- Thanks for the crit man, my stuff does tend to look wonky a lot, the struggle is to make it good wonky and not bad wonky. Applying the propper amount of wonk is my goal. Also, I wouldn't recommend my brain cells to anyone, I think they're spoilt.
    sith- Thanks man, glad I'm helpin somebody, CA as a whole has been helpin me out a bunch.
    kingcoyote- Word man, I kinda got bored with that chick on the couch and didn't finish everthing, hence she seems suspended. Yeah, it's ballpoint and yeah it is hard to get good darks with it, I tend to like it b/c I can render with it but not erase. Also yeah, Muth is pretty kick ass, I first saw his stuff in that book Gershon's Monster. Very cool stuff.
    cotron- Yeah man, that bit o dark is actually closer to pure Burnt Umber but the photo darkened it up. Good point though, John English would scream at me for using values close to black in faces. Me so pretty? awwwww.
    ZebzFree- Yeah, Cody and I met at VCU a coupla years ago and it was amore. The moon hit my eye like a big-a pizza pie. Also thanks for the props!
    Jooooeeee- Yes, SB it up again man, your stuff is killer-diller. As for that falcon page, yeah, it's pretty weak, got bored with that top chick half way through. I did really like the face of the lady on the bottom though, probably the only reason I posted it.

    So here's a coupla new junks,

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Hey! I found a pencil! but then got bored with it,
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    And a new quickie oil, fisticuffs anyone?
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Thanks fer the replies everyone, more soon.

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    You crack me up, man! I almost went to VCU, myself. Ended up moving to Missouri with my parents instead... I still miss Virginia at times, but I reckon St Louis is alright.

    That oil is pretty wicked sweet man!

    Muth has a new book out, by the way. It's a childrens book called (I think) "Zen Shorts". Pretty cool pics, and the read ain't too shabby either!

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    Very nice drawings.Your lines are so clean and illustrative if I can say so .

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    Hey, I'm back.

    kingcoyote- Thanks man, will definately check out that new Muth book. VCU was a great experience for me, at least the last two years anyway...
    heartbeat- Thanka, I hope I clean up all right.

    So here's stuff from this past week,
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk


    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk


    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk


    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk


    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    And a new stab at a quickie oil that I probably won't finish. From the same batch of reference as the last un.
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Also, fer anyone who gives a care, here's a shot of where I paint and junk and stuff. I always find it interesting to see where other artists do their thang, so that's where I do mine.
    More sometime soon.

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    your style is kick ass, and those paintings are awesome. I really like that watercolor painting.

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    Looking good Andy!! Really nice watercolors and oils. Your profile are sweeet!!! Keep postin some more good stuff!!

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