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    Mr Fisticuffs, sir! You are just k-k-k-kickin' ASS! Really. Great update...

    Who is that guy? He looks really familiar, but I just can't place him... The cellos was a nice touch by the way.

    That guy's crackin' my shit up! He shouldn't work, but he does. Probably a really good singer too. Kinda' like Janis Joplin... She wouldn't have rocked so hard if she hadn't been so dang ugly.

    He's so punk, he's not punk... The way you broke up the background with the paper tone lines and Gesso is really cool, and sets it apart from the foreground. Works in a kind of dischordant and dreamy way... fits with the image. A rebellious aristocrat... Ha-ha!

    Iggy Pop? I really like the tone shift from the top to bottom. Total milk submersion. It would've been cool though, if you'd kept those sweet ink lines moving down from the top instead of the breakups of the gesso. Seems like it would've been more consistent and fluid. Maybe break up the highlights and shadows with the gesso or something... I don't know. It would look pretty cool, but would take a lot more planning.

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    Hey hey everybody,
    HugeHarHar- Thanks man, I aims to please.
    sith- Thanks duder, your stuff has been killin lately!
    rblitz7- Thanks man, I'm startin to think that my sketches lookin finished isn't really such a good thing. I spend more time in my book than anything else.
    Shylone_Breath- Thanks, yeah, most everything in here is from ref or from life.
    Meatsworthy- Thanks for checkin in man!
    maxetormer- Wow, if you need to make out with it, I can hook you two up.
    Mr.Delicious- Thanks, will do, mos definitely.
    kingcoyote- Yo bruthuh. Thanks for the comments! The dude in the first one is actually my friend Lee's grandfather, not sure how famous he got playin bass. And the dude on the right playin guitar is in a band I've never heard called Airbourne or somethin. I get the feeling they suck. And the dude singing in the second one is the singer for TV on the Radio, a really interesting band. And yeah, he can sing like a mofo. I did make him ugly as sin tho.
    Word up about the Iggy Pop, would be cool to try that, unfortunately I rarely ever plan out a page before hand. I probably should tho, one thing that frustrates me most is makin a coupla drawings I like work on the same page.
    Always great to hear from ya, man!

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

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    Be back soon with more tomfoolery, chicanery, ballyhoo, and of course some shenanigans. Laters!

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    I was right after all: your work IS addicting!
    I love those musicians at the top of the page, great stuff.
    Keep 'em coming!
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    now did you go out of your way to find a dude in a dress to draw? tell me that's from a photo haha

    hot conquistador btw

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    entdroid- Thanks man, good to hear. I will keep at it, fo sho.
    Sithy- No, I didn't have to go out of my way to find a dude in a dress, they hang out around my apartment all the time. I just had to invite him in. Seriously tho, it was two photos combined. If there was a dude out there with a body like that, he'd probably do pretty well for himself.

    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 quick wee little oil, 5"x7".
    Andy P's Sketch Book ((Updated Oct 25)) The Richmond Zombie Walk

    Thanks for lookin!

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    Andy- Damn man, beautiful sketchbook pages! I love how you design a page.
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    Hi Andy, I like the oil painting, did you adjust the colors on it? I'm surprised a photo turned out so clear with colors looking so rich.

    You have a unique style.

    LOL @ the don't comb your hair if your head is on fire!

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    Mm, I love the distorted quality of your faces! Good work Mr. Pee.

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    You have a very enjoyable style to look at. All of the people's personalities jump out.

    I also find the random topics you use are great.

    The first page in the last update, I love the change from the neck kissing to the guy's flaming head.

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    Oh, just wanted to say that I LOVE the musicians from top of the page Great style and very inspirational! Keep it up

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    damn, i was kinda hopin' you could hook us up

    more of the shit i love- sexy drawrings man

    question dude. are you a "professional" now? how's that going for ya?

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    Very very nice stuff here dude! This is great inspiration since I use inks alot too. Really tight rendering.
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    wow! whats going on with all the colours and oils and black ink (http://www.andyparrish.net/SB/DirtBus.jpg)!!?? love where you are taking these... the new directions are really very exciting man.
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    Bojee- Thanks man, how a page looks as a whole has become more of a priority for me over the last coupla months. Don't know what that's all about...
    n1va- Thanks, nah, the color came out pretty well because I just scanned that painting instead of shooting a photo of it. The sucker was small (5"x7") enough to get on my scanner. I hear James Jean always scans his stuff in to work on it digitally, even when the drawing is huge and he has to scan it in like 10 different parts. Scanning's just the way to go I guess.
    Justin Oaksford- Thanks man!
    HugeHarHar- Thanks, I do try and mix it up.
    GunTrouver- Cool, good to hear. I might be selling that page cause the main dude playin stand up bass is one of my fiend's grandfather.
    sith- Shit yes I can hook you two up, I'm a total pimp. A manstitute pimp.
    As far as me being a professional, I don't know about that yet. Seems like I spent the first year out of school slaving at a retail job, it's not been until just recently that I've been getting serious about trying to make a living with art. But that's yet to be seen, too. I'll let ya know when I make it.
    Mr Man- Thanks for the words man.
    tensai- That one is actually just sumi ink with FW Acrylic Inks over top for color. I found that while using the FW inks it was picking up a lot of the black sumi and making the colors dirtier. I'm gonna try experiment with that junk some mo. Thanks for stoppin by!
    That fat kid- Hey man, thanks ...wish I had an ice cream sandwich...

    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 portrait of Andre Agassi I stopped about a quarter of the way in cause it's wasn't working out. I kinda tried to jump into the painting without much planning and it shows. I think I'm gonna give it another whack, working it out before hand more this time. I kinda have tennis on the brain lately. Don't know what that's about...

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

    So I'll be back here soon. Soon-ish.

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    WoW! Your stuff is great, this style rocking! I love your chracters and caricatures very much, poses and a bit cartoon anatomy is realy great, most I like it in that musicians drawing on top of the page. Congratz man, very nice sketchbook!

    P.s.: Agassi looks cool!

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    I don't know how i missed it the last couple times i visited, but post 234 with the molotov is awesome. seems like your process takes a long time, but you have so much to show. i guess that should be a lesson
    Not quitting my dayjob just yet...
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    hey dude
    thanks for the reply in mah bewk!
    On the angre agassi pic, the forehead looks a little squarish, but the grin on his face is a classic.
    Funnily enough, I was thinking of drawing tennis people when I loaded this page, freaky coincidence ey.
    Love the knight from 4 am, hehe
    keep at it

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    haha. yeah dude you better get out there and get some jobs

    anyway good shit mistah p. love the expressions on the tennis girlies faces. especially the one on the balloon. looks like everyones hot for your rockstars, hell i know i am. keep on rockin bro!

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    rawwad- Thanks for the love man!
    J.Peckham- Nah, doesn't really take too long at all. I just go gangbusters. Thanks for stoppin in!
    blanquish- Yeah, that Agassi is kinda busted, I stopped after a coupla hours cause I wasn't feeling it either. Thanks for the crit though!
    sith- Word man, musicians are fun to draw. You can always find great poses/expressions/outfits. Same with tennis players, great poses.

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

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

    Drawing my Lobster Johnson action figure. He rules. I'm a nerd.

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

    And here's the new back cover of my sketch book. Used an acrylic medium transfer technique that tensai went over in his sketch tread. Easy technique, cool results, will try and do more of this. Just slapped some acrylic medium on my favorite photo of my favorite person ever, then slapped that on the back o my book. Lord Bowler, son. Lord Bowler.

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

    Still banging my face against that Agassi piece, I don't know if the redo is turning out any better than the first try. We'll see. Thanks fer lookin!

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    Aaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrtttttttgasssmm!!!

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    Dude, your expressions are getting better and better. Keep up the great work man.

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    blankslatejoe- Joooooooeeeeee, yo man. Ya gotta let a bruthuh know when you start a new sketchbook!
    Darktwin- Thanks man, your portraits have been killin lately.

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

    So there that go.
    Thanks for lookin!

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    haha out of all the feedback about the acrylic medium transfer wip shots, i think you're the first guy that actually got off his ass and just tried it out. which is exactly how i learned it in the first place. whats cool in your sample is that left-over paper look like high-lights (at least on screen that is).
    tensai


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    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)



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    you are a pimp :.

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    Man, Andy, I love the work in your book, not sure why you're not at 5 stars yet. Also, do you know Ralph Bakshi's work ? Especially "American Pop", There are some stills in it that remind me a lot of your work. Stellar, keep it up.
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    This is a real gem of a sketch book! you've got some fantastic work in here mate! I'll be back fo' shizzle!

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    gffahafshf, so much awsomness. very fun and dynamic work. cool colours too.
    give us som moree.
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    your art is freaky awesome, incredible! and you have taste (chuck, tom waits,...) really really great, keep on rockin

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    damn, thats a beautiful sketchbook, I love all these portraits, great work!!
    Thanks for the inspiration man, gonna keep in here for a while
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    B E A Youtiful, mate!

    You have to be a caricature artist, right? These are always so slick, man. I wish I had half as much style as you've got goin' right now. Those Tennis ones are awesome. And you draw so much! I'm in process right now of selling a ton of my ridiculous shit so I can get some of those distractions out of the way. Hopefully it'll help a bit so I can get my act together. Really lovely work from you. I'm always pleased to see an update from my ol' boy Andaaay.

    Take it easy man. I'll be awaiting your next dish...

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