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    Marco's Lil Sketchbook

    this sketchbook is now closed! go view my new sketchbook, located in the link by clicking my name below this message

    Last edited by marco nelor; February 4th, 2007 at 06:17 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marco nelor
    hey yu guys, wana do me a favor, and go rip my sketchbook apart? its kinda lonely
    that anthro stuff is kinda weak compared to the other work you posted (the side view with the blue highlighter is not bad)
    Also you have some ways to go with your traditional coloring. not a lot of focus there and its kinda muddy.

    i do love the line work though. and the Etchings look like fun. it's really something i've always wanted to work with but i never got around to. Where do you do them? School? Lab? Home?

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    Fuck me...

    This thread is hot!

    Love the work and I'll happily subscribe.

    Cheers.

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    Mail me your sketchbook and I'll rip it apart for you :p


    Its looking pretty good! Like Amish, I dig the linework more. Keep em coming.

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    yo amish, that anthro stuff was done four years ago, heheh. but theyre of the monkey twins, a couple guys i made up a long time ago, and i like the sketch. the traditional one that u said was muddy is VERY unfinished, its 9 feet tall. lol.

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    Cool desings, I think I gonna lurck around here for while,
    the feet on the second pic dont look grounded enougth,
    you might wanna work on that, desing wise Im really
    enjoying the pics, specialy this last ones and the firts
    comic panel you posted, as well as this page
    http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/3...0/comicbar.jpg
    I wanna see more of that stuff.

    Its a pleasure to have found your work

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    You've got some cool stuff going on here!Very promising.
    Love the mouth!
    Keep them coming,i'll be checking!

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    Great sketchbook, really dig the etchings. Especially the lips, that must of taken a lot of time and patients.

    wonderfull work.

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    Wow, great SB - and alot of diversity, really liked the sequentials and comic stuff. What kind of pens did you use to colour for that Pollux and Castor sketches?

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    definately nice work!! If I saw a game or a comic book with art like that, I 'd be all over that, the anthro looked like it needed alittle more work, but your etch work is gorgeous (sry if I misspell something, I havn't slept in about 3 days -_-) and the character design is some pretty sweet action!

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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by marco nelor
    hey yu guys, wana do me a favor, and go rip my sketchbook apart? its kinda lonely

    I hate some of it completely but some of this stuff is quite good. Quite good is better than just good by the way. I liked the 2 face drawings and the weapon 19 chick.

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    Marco,

    I'm an absolute fan of your sketchbook.
    The variaty of your art is amazing.
    I have to say the dynamics of the black/white peice of the guy jumping over the counter dodging bullets is my favourite.
    You really captured the heat of the moment with that one.

    But I love all your stuff, your etches are awesome.
    I remember doing some etches back in school years ago, and I remember how tough it is.
    The painting of the cyborg is lovely, you definitly have to finish that peice.
    And do more paintings.

    Great stuff, and please don't stop posting. It's truely inspiring.

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    Cool SB. Some nice lines in here.

    My Sketchbook

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    Quote Originally Posted by marco nelor

    Love the way you "erased" the thinner ink lines, your other "doodles" rock as well

    look I dont know why I love you I just do
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    Prints

    Dude love the etchings. You got to watch out man. Print making can be adictive.

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    hahaha, unfortunately,,...im done wit skool. so no more printmaking studio

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    This art is on fire man. Really like your traditional Stuff

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    The first rule of Warrior Style is, You do not stop drawing.
    The second rule of Warrior Style is, You DO NOT stop drawing.
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    Love your stuff man. Etching is fun but damn, my hands and wrists were all sore after doing it

    See you in Montreal

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    Great sketchbook!
    I absolutely love your linework, it's so expressive

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    awesome stuff man !!!!! caint wait to see more !!!!!!

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    Sweet stuff man, loving the amount of media you are using.
    Nice ideas too. I'll be keeping an eye on this book.
    -B-

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    realy nice stuff Marco
    Great job . need more :p

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    lol, ok. i only scan about 30% of the stuff i do tho . anyone know where i can get an auto scan robot or somethin ?

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    lol seriously. It can be really annoying when you have alot of sketchbook pages to scan in and just don't feel like it.

    I'd definitely suggest practising some 3pt. perspective. You did some characters in that styl but they didn't look natural. Espp. the girls hips and the guy ont he rights hands/arms.




    Love this one. Very dynamic!


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    thanx otherside. yea thats the first time ive ever even tried three point perspective

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    Just for your own reference once your Critique center thread goes under, y'know?

    Keep up the good workinz!!!

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    you officially have a fan.

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