i just wanted to mention how much i like your style
especially the coloured one above looks very impressive
This is the type of thing I'd say qualifies as "It's Finally Finished" if only because it represents the first time a client has paid me to do sequential work. That being said I'm my own worst critic and posting it in the It's Finally Finished section is too intimidating.
The following 5 entries are pages from a short comic commissioned by the author of a comicbook anthology he's using to showcase his writing.
My biggest enemy against me in my quest for becoming a full time comicker is my inability to complete. I get so mired in the weeds redrawing and redrawing because it's not perfect enough for my tastes. But having a pre-paid client to work for really forced me to work through that... and instead focus on how to draw quality work fast enough to meet deadlines instead.
amazing stuff man
My sketchbook: : http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=1#post3445534
awesome work man, especially like 'Dal Nim's first sword' so simple yet so sick.
To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.
Loving every bit of everything you do. Your style is something I only wish I could do.
NyeAlexandaFrayne, DanielK, thanks.
Sorry for not relying sooner. But the site was in this weird transition for a long time and I got out of the habit of posting while it was in flux.
This Death Knight was a commission from a WOW fan.
Last edited by Lord Dubu; December 12th, 2012 at 12:33 PM.
Oh. Looks like the uploader is allowing us to inline our images now! That's great news. I can start grouping my uploads again.
This I did for a friend of mine who used to run me through D&D when I was in Jr. High. While this group never existed together in game, I did at one time play all of these characters.
All the recent trailers for Cloud Atlas got me in the mood to try and draw Bae DooNa. Her nose was just too interesting for me to ignore.
It didn't really look like her in the end. I'm not exactly a good portraitier. So I ended up calling this one "Girl in the Rain".
If you've been following my SB for any time now, you know that I'm launching a web comic called The Legendary Sisters of the Laughing Doggebi. But I also read web-comics and I highly recommend you check out David Pauwel and Nicolas Giacondino's masterpiece Free Mars.
This portrait of the Sisters Grimm I did to encourage them through their recent (successful) Kickstarter campaign.
I recently finished a Solutions Architect position at the YMCA of the USA. I had a wonderful time working there and I was fond enough of my coworkers that I wanted to give them something to show that appreciation. The shameless-self-promoter in me saw the chance to kill two birds with one stone and the following series of promotional cards were developed.
If you're so inclined to follow the adventures of these bad-ass ladies The Legendary Sisters of the Laughing Doggebi launches on 12/31.