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    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook

    Well, I guess it's time to finally post. I've lurked on this board since it's inception, and used to post on sijun back in the day. Here's a couple old ones...

    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook

    I've gone a while not doing anything, but I'm trying to get my butt in gear. I just want to be able to do this professionally someday. I have finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up, and I'm only 28. Anyway, here's some more recent things, past couple months...

    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook

    These next three are actually some x-men redesigns I had started on until I saw Marko's recect go at the same subject and got a bit discouraged. heh.

    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook

    chubby vader...
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook

    the crew of the USS Florida make an alarming discovery...
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook


    and a couple trolls...
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook

    Anyway, thanks for taking a look. I'll try to be diligent in keeping this updated.

    -Jeremy
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    Cool stuff dude. One thing i noticed is that you're mostly using the same tints and shades of the same color. Use complementary and triadic and so on...
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    The first troll painting is very good, with good anatomy for the ladies and nice colours and shading. You seem to be skilled with lighting, though I do agree with Chandan; you can achieve more depth by using complementary colours when you paint.

    Keep it up!
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    Thanks a lot for the comments, both of you. That's really interesting. I've always thought that my anatomy and lighting suffered, but it's nice to hear that I've gained some ground there.

    Also good to hear about an area I can improve on that I just had no clue about until now. I never really thought about color theory actively in my work, and I guess it shows. Nice to have some stuff to work on now. Thanks.

    Anyway, here's a couple pages from my "real" sketchbook that I've done over the past couple days.

    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook
    Jeremy Myser's Sketchbook

    Thanks everybody,
    Jeremy
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    Doh, nobody like those? Oh well, here's a couple I did today...

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    Here's a few more I did this morning...

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    I like those pencils, they are very nice. Especially the pencil sketch post from yesterday (6/15).
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    Thank you.

    Busy day today, was only able to get this one sketch pumped out...
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    C and C is welcome on any of these.
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    Man, haven't been able to sneak off to my art hovel all weekend. Just got this one Spidey-Dodging-An-Arrow-Sequence image to show for the whole weekend. Please forgive me...
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    Ok, I'm excited about this one. It's my first attempt at a self portrait, and miracle of miracles, it somewhat looks like me. hehe

    Done at my bill-paying-job on one of our 4in x 5in notepads, standing in the bathroom, under the lovely flourescent lights.

    Crits welcome on this and all....
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    Ok, one more for tonight. Just a layout idea of a Daredevil page...
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    Not a bad page! The only image I have crits on is the center pic of DD where he is getting ready to start his jump. He seems a bit feminine; maybe a few more hard angles or cut muscles would help him look more masculine. The only sequence that gives me any trouble is that same middle set of frames. It starts out small on the left and gets huge by the right side. If you are keeping that flow, I think it would read better if the frame on the left is set a bit higher, the middle is centered, and the right is low...that ought to indicate the flow a touch better to the reader.

    Very nice though, I always love seeing people doing full pages!
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    Totally right man, I never noticed how feminine he looked in that pose, LOL. Thanks for the extra eyes.

    Here's a sketchbook page for today...
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