This is wonderful
The spaceship has a great feeling.. could use a bit more rust maybe.. love it
Very Cool stuff
i really like this
I'm gonna have to agree with Devin on this one. You have some good stuff, but you just don't finish anything! Those forklifts can't be killing you this badly!
always glad to stop by and catch up on what you're doing
For some reason i didn't like the sidecar piece, it "stiffened up" reaching a more finished stage.
You ink doodles look amazing as usual, and i'm curious to know if you studied for those in some way (books, copying from comics) or if you just found out with practice (i'm guessing its the last one)
Loving the mood in most of these quick digital doodles, and would love to see one taken to a further stage) esp the freaky giant thing on the mountains (reminds me of some other lovecraftian thing, but i can't remember the name)
thanks for sharing
TheGnoll: Ink has always been my preferred medium, so I guess whatever skill I have is a matter of having wasted several litres of the stuff For inspiration and study, I prefer to look to the Golden Age of Illustration.
Tex - Still freelancing and forklifting.
cout - Yeah, busy, old and unfocused.
du5K - Dark? Me?
Awesome dude. I wanted to start posting in a sketcbook soon, but I took a 30 second drawing yesterday and saw actually how bad I am. So I hope I can practice enaught to start posting soon xD.
Keep it on
popsicles, uhmmmmmm. The beast doodle is nice. Tentacles are awesome with the skull.
 sketchbook  [nsfw]
Nice! You are effin' killing me with these portraits.
This last composition study is way cool
HugeHarHar - Fantastic compliment...thank you very much
Tex - I don't have to anymore. The beings in the walls are quite talkative these days.
mike butkus - Thank yous
Quike Garcia - Thank you...maybe some day I'll fix and finish it.
Another one...less detail, more movement:
Last one is nice. Add some sharp edges here and there though. Don't add them at random - design them in a way that leads the movement of the eye through the picture. I could see some sharps marking the bone of the elbow, the upper portion of the deltoid, maybe at the dip between wrist bone and muscle and at the bottom of the hinted pectorial muscle(?). If you want to go even further, "key" your sharps...decide where the sharpest sharp is, and arrange the others accordingly. Try not to use sharpness filters or tools, make marks instead. Your picture will look more decisive that way.