Jarcoal- Sketchbook(Mini Update)
Im new show some love. Just tryin this out. Check out my website its still under construction but you get the idea.
Acrylics about 3 hours on spot
Oil (Sutter st)
pen, on location
Oil (Market St)
ink quick study
Palace of fine arts ink on location
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Cool stuff man, it's about time yo ass got on here, let's see some more stuff, I know you got more than that :p
Nice batch of samples. Tell us something about them, like what mediums used how long they took what they're for etc.
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those are cool. the one of the creatures is pretty badass, you should make it bigger or just upload more!
I love the pen sketches, very nice solidity to the plants
haha, nice stuff jarett.. You should put some of those creatures that you did from adv perspective, that was some of the best stuff i saw from you... good luck with your career too
darkwolfb87: thanks man
Sergio:hehe, gimme some time I got a lot of old crap to dump first
So here is some old stuff, scanning is a pain in the ass
Bravo. I have to say your oil streetscapes are fantastic. And some of those inks remind me of Frazetta, which I think is high praise.
Finally you got your sketchbook goin! In the words of J-rad "It's just a quick sketch..no biggie, just a quick sketch"
Here's a couple more doodles and an on location sketches
Wow, I figured there were so few posts that you were a beginner... clearly I was mistaken. Very nice SB here, love the inks and the paintings. Pencils feel a little weaker to me so maybe think a bit about you pencil rendering techniques (not that I'm in any kind of place to talk here). Overall though, great work, lets see some more work.
veeeery nice MORE MORE!! :p
Awesome stuff. I pretty much love everything....I like the fact that you do all those studies with ink, as they have a nice energetic and loose quality........*suscribes to thread*
Awesome, drawings in ink are very strong, I like them a lot. The ones in other mediums are great too, nice work. Keep posting 'em!
I know you have LOTS more than this J-man, KEEP it coming. =)
Good stuff, I like the second and the warior on the rhino the most.
Very cool stuff you have here. I would like to see the fuzzyness go away from your digital color stuff. The sharpness in your otherwork is very pleasing to the eye, and it would be very welcomed to your color renderings.
Lord Blue: Thanks, but everything in here is traditional, the fuzziness is due to crappy photos of my paintings, I need a better camera :p
Aha! Well then i must advise you to upgrade your camera
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And i like the new sketches. And even though it is the roughest, i like the jaguar and the elk the most, personally. Very powerful piece.
The brush pen sketches are pretty badass.. never seen a lot of this stuff before, i shoulda asked to see your sketchbook in class more often.... how's the job hunt going?
Cool boats. Now go get a job and please give Arnie, Sienkiewicz's number. Congrats on graduating.
Hey man, the first stuff is awsome, and you really have good values in your work, especially your pencils!
Keep this good work up
I bow down to your skills, Kudos! Really loving your pen sketches the line weight is awesome.
Sergio: Thanks man, and the job hunt is going pretty good, how about you?
Grant: Haha, thanks
Quick update not a lot of time to scan today
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damn, I agree with Loop, you are definately killin the brushpen
Awesome brushpen, lets see more of that prismacolor magic though. =)
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