Those inks are beautiful.
Those inks are beautiful.
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
Welcome to the boards! Amazing work! Lookin forward to more!
thanks so much for showing the ink work, Scott, 'tis marvelous. makes me want to resurrect my sables & india. and ain't it amazing how grazing below the Mason-Dixon line for even a short time can stick with ya?
Holy wow, Scott! Quit being so darn good. Right now, I mean it!
Okay, I guess you can keep being so darn good. Great to see you here! And great to see how the Dripping Fang art is turning out. I am, quite frankly, speechless. 'Cause you're 'da Greatness.
Hey Scott welcome to CA
Great work man.
Love this one.
"FAIL, FAIL AGAIN, FAIL BETTER"
fantastic ink sketches, the hand coming out of the toilet ... genuis!
Hey, welcome. First Manchess and now you, this is my lucky week.
All I can say is, your artwork is fabulous. I really like your MTG artwork.
Keep posting, we need this, and ofcourse in daily doses
edit: I love the quote on your homepage 'Imagination is a muscle, so flex!'.
Wow, this is some great stuff. I actually like the Dripping Fang stuff more than the more "serious" stuff I think. And the inks are very hot. You said you went to school in Savannah? Did you go to SCAD? I'm about to graduate from there. Not that that fact means a lot but its cool to know someone of your caliber went to the same school as me. Thanks for the inspiration.
Ars Longa, Vita Brevis
Yup I totally went to SCAD. Graduated in 1994 as a painting major, but took about a million comic book classes too. If Pendarvis is there still, say hello! I still get the allum Mag, and wow y'all have alot more now than we did!Originally Posted by Jedmo
holy shit!!! you went to SCAM?!?!?!?! I knew i was in the wrong majors over there. was Geoff Barnes teaching in the painting department when you were there? how about Jeff Markowski?
How about some concept stuff! Love doing this kinda work too. Time doesn't allow for the finish of a novel cover, and some drawing can get away from you. But that is one of the great things about it, ya gotta get in there and get out ASAP! Averaging about 6-7 hours per piece (drawing to color finish) for the single fig stuff. Some more some less.
I haven't had a lot of time to do concept work over the last year, but this is the most recent.
As happens too often in this industry, the game never got green lit. But it's been dead long enough I think it should be all right to post.
I know, I know, these are small, but I wanted to get the whole body of work in one JPG!
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