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I love it!!!!
I just wish youd post some higher res pics, but I guess that defeats the purpose if youre selling this stuff...
Hey, J-Man! Yeah, I'll email it to ya, bud! Glad you likey, man!
Hey Nicolas! Thanks, man! Higher-res images, huh? I'll see what I can do...Thanks for posting, man! Tons more a-comin' up, pal!
So here we are with another web-flyer I did for MOON! a while back. Hey, that IS a big one....!
Hey Chuck, mate! Man, thank you!! Dude, I will do my best to keep 'em coming!! Thanks you for you encouragement, pal!
Icey! Hoho! Wicked! Glad you diggin'! More for you every few days! Yeah!
Oh, and a BIG "hey" to JAMES and BADGER who I had some enjoyable brewskis with in our fine city a couple of nights back! You rock, guys!
Sniff! Sniff! Ah! The sweet, sweet smell of Friday! There ain't nothin' like it, folks!! Onwards, onwards! It's time for a hot-off-the-press new MOON! concept sketch, hope you likey, folks!
Have a great weekend, peoples, oh, and there's something REAL fun coming on Monday, so be sure to check back in! Hoho!
Last edited by Lorenzo!; June 9th, 2006 at 01:54 AM.
really great work, guys. Looks fresh and personal.
You seem to be a bit connected with Windsor McCay, maybe because of the quality of the line ?
Keep posting !
were you by any chance influence by alphonse mucha? The sketch of the woman has hair very similar to art neuvo. You have some sick stuff, really well done.
damn, great stuff here, glad i stopped by, me likin' this!
Leeroy (n.) - 1: One who does not grasp the concept of caution; 2: One who likes chicken; 3: One whose battle cry consists of their own name.
Sketchbook, click it or you'll hear from me 'till who laid the rails!
Hey Dibumac! Thank you so much, pal! Yeah, alot of folks see some Windsor in this stuff! Cool! I will indeed keep posting, pal! New images every day this week!
Hey Jgillman! Yeah, I LOVE Mucha! Just too cool for school! Glad you're digging it sir! Thanks for posting, keeps me scribbling!
Goephillyx! Man, I'M glad you stopped by too! So cool it's your thing, bud, more all the time! See you back here soon, I hope, bud!
Well, I promised you something different to start your week, so without any further ado, here's my re-design of Wonder Woman for the Leasean Thomas "Sketch-Off" over at HIS COOL SITE! Hope you likey guys, here's the blurb that I scrawled to go with it...
"This little lady is from waaaaay in the future, where a universe-wide peace treaty has left heroes with little to do in the name of "good". Some have faded into obscurity, others have taken Jobs in bars, but this little lady (with an Eastern European makeover, and a natty line in interchangeable robo-pins!) has carved a niche for herself in the movie industry! With a successful franchise of hit movies behind her, it looks like none can stand in the way of the celluloid legend that is..Vunder Vooman!"
More, as ever, tomorrow!
Such wonderful updates! It's been a while since I've been back in here....never a disappointment! Great imagination and execution. Bravo!
That is pretty sweet bro. I really like everything you do there. Keep up the good work
Hey Red! Thanks soooo much, man! Very encouraging! And thanks for taking the time to return to the thread! There are new updates all this week, too!
Liquidspider! Thanks, man! Glad you're into all this madness, pal! More for you coming up...!
Now, following on from a load of PMs and emails to the site asking about colouring, I've produced a little tutorial utilising the Vunder Vooman pic to show just how basic my process really is! Hoho! Hope this is of interest to someone out there!
New images tomorrow, folks!
Hey! thanks for that tutorial!, its very good and i learned some nice stuff in there, thanks for taking the time to do it!.
Hey, Christian! No probs, man! Hope there's something in there you can use in your own stuff! And thanks for posting to let me know it was of use!
Ah! Today's post makes me wanna say.....
"Oo-arr me' hearties! Swab the decks you filt'y landlubberrrrs an' go get me a parrot!"
Why? Well, why not? No, seriously though, this here's a sketch of what the space pirates may well tool around in in MOON!
More tomorrow, by the beard of ole' Jim Rummy!
Lorenzo "Mainbraces" Etheringtino
Today I think it's time we take a wander back to that City...
Lorenzo! - that TUT just rocked my world. Thanks so much for the assist and explanation of your process. That was just too kind!! I especially liked the process leading up to Photoshop coloring.
What kind of paper and pens (or pencils) do you tend to use?
Hey Redehlert! Pal, that's sooo cool that it helped in some way! I use basic HB pencils, and our own Blink Twice Comic Board, which can be ordered from our site, but only if you live in the UK, I'm afraid! It's the same grade as most other "toothy" Comic board, though, so anything will do it. The secret to producing good penciled pages for colouring is to keep 'em smudge-free, as it saves alot of clean up time in the computer, and keeps your lines crisp. I use sheets of paper under both my hands, it's simple, but effective! Thanks for showing an interest, pal!
Now, pictures! Hmmm... an older one this morning, I think, this being the "not quite right" Prattfalls Theatre shot from waaaaaaay back in Malcolm issue 9. Yikes! That's alotta' crowd to win over!
Back on Monday with more new stuff, folks!
oooh soo art nouveau... ala mucha
thank you for sharing!
Amazing! I really like your cartoony stylish paintings
Hey Fran! Good to see you, lady! Hoho! Thank you! Currently our stuff's only available in the UK, though MOON! will be an international release). Best place to get 'em is through our website: STUDIOBLINKTWICE.COM, go have a look-see! Thanks for the interest, girl, and for stopping by!!!
Hey Strang! Yeah! Mucha rocks! Thanks, pal!
Thanks mister Man! Glad you're digging, lots more environmental stuff on the way for ya!
Peterlee! Thank you sooo much, pal! More every few days, check back in if you dig the silliness! Hoho!
Well, I've had quite a weekend of it, as ole' Bobber's been staying for the past week, and we've been doing LOTS of work on Malcs, MOON! and all the rest! Good to see you, Bo-bo! Have a good hol! Anyways, back to the pics, right? Here's a lil' environment shot from MM10. Hmm, that Spearpike Point has a GREAT location...good views...easy walking distance to the shops, but MAN, you try getting post delivered! I tell you, it's a SHOCKING service! One delivery every 73 years, I'm just SO out of touch...
More tomorrow, folks!
Okay, so one of the most enjoyable things about working on MOON! is that there's so much creation involved, it's kinda like having to write your own visual language. Recently I've been doing a load of flora and fauna stuff, ready for some of the more tropical planet environments. Here's one of 'em!
More on Wednesday, folks!
Ooh, something else from MOON! today, a little web ad we were asked to put together for another comics site a while back, hope it makes you smile! That honest looking fellow's name is RATT, and he's rather important in the story, but more of him later. New stuff on Friday, folkses, see you there!
I really love all your stuffs... always very inspiring...
amazing as always
"There is no such thing as 'accurate drawing'. There is beautiful
drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
That tentacle bouquet is superb......are you sure you won't sell your boards to the US? Hmmm....must find board.....must find board....are you sure you won't sell to the US? [wanders off aimlessly....]
Hey Hitman! Thank you so much! Glad it inspires, pal, lots more variety on the way!
Hey AA! Pal, that's so kind! Thank you man! Very encouraging for me! Thanks for posting!
Redehlert! Hoho! I recon if you just search "blueline board" in Google you'll find a few good stockists on your side of the pond, pal! So cool you like the bouquet, pal! More bizarre plantlife on the way...!
Something a bit different today, folks, as we've just got a few pics from the Bristol con we did a month or so ago up on the site HERE. First up, here's one of my favorite sketches I did from the weekend, this one done for the very cool lil' lady Lefran who was down for the day with a load of guys from right here in ConceptArt:
Then, at the end of the first day, a very talented surfboard shaper called Dale Walker showed up at our stand asking if I'd put some art down on the nose of one of his boards. Thinking it was gonna be a lil' boogie board or somesuch, I happily agreed, only to see him strolling towards our stand ten minutes later with his own personal, fresh off the bench nine ft longboard! Yoips! Anyways, you know ole' Lorenzo likes a challenge, so I took a deep breath and went for it...
More on Monday, guys!
Talk about being put on the spot! Nice work though, you really pulled through.
TOOO SWEET! Surfin' Line and Snowboards here you come!
Nice job....and I'll be lookin' up the blue line board.