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Thread: Wheeljack's Sketchbook
October 26th, 2008 #76
The best from this week's Sketchin..
Been a while, I know, but here is the best from this weeks sketchbook.
Enjoy, and once again, all C and C is always appreciated.
Mitz, Fargle Bargle & Dan Valkar: Thanks All for stoping by and droping me a line and for the posative remarks!
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October 27th, 2008 #78
Thanks for Stopping by jedininjaman! It's good to hear that I've inspired you somewhat. Regarding your previous comments about the faces and noses. Could you please be more specific so I can better understand what it is about the noses that makes them so similiar?
PS: I'll pop by your SB posthaste!
October 27th, 2008 #79
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November 23rd, 2008 #83
December 1st, 2008 #84
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all of your sketches are very strong and bold, i like the power they are giving off
December 11th, 2008 #86
Hey Gdand, Thanks for stopping by!
Here is a Pen and ink piece I did based on an old Dragonlance RPG Module. ( the old fashioned pen and paper type) heh heh.
The second one is a quick sketch of Claire Redfield from Resident Evil. I was inspired to draw on cardboard by the guys from the Drink and Draw society..
December 14th, 2008 #87
Well well well....I have to tell you something. It was your avatar that got me to your sketchbook (I am an old school Transformers guy, and Wheeljack was bad ass!) But OH MY LORD! I started on page one of your sketchbook, and didn't stop till the end. You have such a great style. I don't know if it is intentional or not, but on some drawings you have a slightly rough style, and I simply LOVE it! I guess it is art in the raw that I love. It is kinda like going to a live concert, you have the music raw, uncut, and improvised on the fly, you just can't get that in a recorded album, and your art captures that freedom, and raw spirit that makes it great. Don't get me wrong, your refined art is just as good, I love to see your inked fine tuned work, it is brilliant! I think the most important through it all is your style remains solid, and shines through every piece! I love the portraits of people (Rambo, Earnest Borgnine, Alfred Hitchcock, and the Duke caught my eye the most). But you portray women beautifully in your art. You capture the animated form so nicely in actions, and facial expressions (both men and women).
So if you want critique....you won't get it from me. You are on the right track, and your train is going full speed ahead! I am bookmarking your page so I can check back from time to time to enjoy, and get inspired by your wonderful art. Keep on doing what you are doing.....it is PHENOMENAL!Hit me where I am weakest, so that I may grow stronger. ~Me
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January 5th, 2009 #88
Talk about high praise!. Thank you very much for stopping by and taking the time to look at my work and saying a few things. It is always greatly appreciated. I have been working on other projects as of late and that has kept me from being very active on the forum but keep stopping in and I'll try not to dissapoint.
It's great that someone ELSE remembers Wheeljack fondly. It's surprising how few Trans Fans like the character but who wouldn't love a Mad Scientist Robot?!?
February 10th, 2009 #89
How about some Storyboards?
I posted this up in the Finally finished section with NO response so, I relegate it to the Sketchbook and hopefully It will garner some comments. These are some storyboards I had finished for a friend.
By the way, does anyone else find the new uploading procedures to be a bother?
February 10th, 2009 #90
Wow man, all of your portraits are really impressive to me. Ernstb is really impressive, as well as all the MGS3 pics, simply because they are recognizable.
The tilt on Eva's tush in #83 looks off though. Everytime I look at it that's where my eye goes, because it seems out of place.
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