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Hey Mr Frenik,
Thanks for not forgetting about me.
Yes I have been busy with work and life and CA was offline for so long, I moved on for a while but the boys at the Daedelus workshop dragged me back so here I am with a big ol Sketch dump. It's been since August so let's see what goodies I have to offer up. First, some work stuff.
Oh my gawd where do I start!!?? So much good stuff matey I like nearly all of it but the stand out bit for me is the guy with the pig, I loved that and it made me laugh at how proud he looked with it, classic mate.
Nice to have you round the place again, its been to long, all the best and I'm glad youre back.
A great kind hearted lumbering bullock
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209918 = my Sketchbook
Thanks for still coming around! I still check in at the Daedelus thread every day but I find that i'm too busy with work to hang out on the forum like I used to. I still plan on updating the SB and it's great to know that people still dont' mind looking at my crap! lol.
The Pig guy is actually based off of my stepfather and he is both proud and offended that I chose him to model this character.!
Not much to share today I'm afraid. But in the interest of keeping this thread somewhat alive, here is another installment of warm ups etc. Too busy doing client work that I can't share yet so this is all i got
Merry Christmas everyone.
I spent short time to review your pages, from begging till now and happy about your progress.
Let us see more and more of your works
Not every one can become a great artist,
A great artist can come from every where.
Oh man there is some really good stuff here - you obviously have done your work - great anatomies - solid studies - Really awesome portraits too by the way. I think you hit every great movie and then some Looking forward to more!
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Whoa! Three new posts on my Sb thread. I haven't seen this much action here in a long time. I am flattered! lol. Seriously though, thanks for stopping by an offering your two cents. I have been really busy with client work and personal stuff so that is why I am away from CA so much. All I've got to share is another page of warm ups from my SB. All done in Photoshop.
Cout: Thanks man. I figured you would go for graphic I can't say that I'm doing anything more than screwing around but I would like to incorporate more graphic/design elements into my work in the future.
Mr Frenik: Glad to be here. You know what I like about you, you are not afraid to ask for a crit. Stand by for one coming up.
Meticulous: Hey, thanks for stopping in! I think there are a few movies that have not made it to my SB but I still have time. lol. Keep coming by and I'll keep posting.
Wow wow wow sir! Absolutely jaw-dropping work! Where does one begin indeed...I suppose I should mention what a beautiful appreciation and sensitivity you have for the female figure. The completed/coloured stuff is really great, but I'll admit an absolute fondness for the greyscale/b&w stuff...there's just something about the line work and implied shadow work which just sings in those, for me.
Keep it up!!!
All Her Engines sketch blog: http://mariellavee.blogspot.com
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Wow, It has been a while since I last visited and updated this thread and things are looking different around here which is for the better I think. Anyways, I have been busy with work and family so here goes with a Massive Sketchdump for your viewing pleasure.
Great line work! Loving the ink style of stuff in your last posts. Keep posting!
I really like those ink works too. The detail in them is fantastic.
Check out my sketchbook! Socially acceptable opportunity to yell at a teenage girl!