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    spiffiness- Thanks Spiffy, those were done in sketcher. It's pretty cool.
    I agree with you on the robot eating the fish. I think it would be pretty funny as well as disgusting to see it try.

    chaosrocks- Thanks for stopping by! Try sketcher, it runs on my G5 at work with no trouble. I'm glad you like my sketchbook, thanks for being a good sport with this weeks 3CH too! I'll try and post more soon.

    Sanctuarie- Thanks! I'm glad you like my work and sense of humor, although, I don't think many get my sense of humor. I guess I'm just old. And yes zombies do rule!!

    SLIIP- Thanks, I'm glad you like them! They are alot of fun to do, when time permits.

    aphexboy- Thanks man, I appreciate it!

    Thanks for stopping by guys, I'll post more art soon!
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    Tossing another COW in here.

    Here is this weeks COW #63 "Hypnotizing"
    Wrightson's Galoote
    The Wrightson's Galoote is named after Dr. B.A. Wrightson who first discovered the creature in 1867 grazing on the open prairies on the remote Island of Kaluta in the Met'al Hur'lant Sea.
    Dr. Wrightson observed a unique defensive trait of the Galoot whilst witnessing a chase by a rather large uncatagorized predator. As this predator gave chase, the swift movements of the Galoote and its "hypnotic" striping pattern on its posterior, or hide quarters in fact disoriented the predator into a "trance-like" state. Thus giving the Galoote a distinct advantage in its escape.
    Another remarkable event was witnessed as these same patterns also had a somewhat similar "dazing" effect on the opposite sex of the species, as a female Galoote moved in front of a group of competing males.
    Dr. Wrightson himself tried to make contact with one of these creatures. Having quietly moved close to one on the prairie, as he drew ever closer, the Galoote turned and stared with an eerie "hypnotic gaze".

    All Dr. Wrightson can remember is awaking moments later, lying on the ground, with not a Galoote in sight.

    Ostrander's Sketchbook of ShtuffAttachment 134661
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    Ah that goat is so awesome! Those swirls on his buttocoks really make me stare at it. With his tail upraise it seems kind-of....erotic . My one opinion is the one bulging left cheek. With the jaw being straight it just doesn't seem right compared to the other cheek. Great design though, what did you use to apply the swirls on his body? Did you just paint them at that angle or deform them somehow?
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    Lol, erotic huh? Too funny.
    I made the swirl in illustrator cs2 with the twirl feature. Then copied the swirl over to pshop cs2 and used the warp tool, after I inked the creature in painter with a custom brush. It was the first time using the warp tool in photoshop cs2 and I loved it! It's a very cool feature. Glad you liked the pic!
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    Interesting work. Some really nice stuff. Let it be known that my driving instructor played the original Leatherface, funny guy. keep on it.
    Sketchbook

    Don't miss the rise

    This is actually Wolverine's sketchbook
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    hahaha the last one is funny! it gets some strange depth

    SSG 33

    -|Nyx|-|Ostrander|- |(c)|-|Machineabuse|-|Anthriel|-
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    I like shi-painter more than sketcher... LOL at Nyx's comment... maybe cuz it's so round, like a humans? The angle of that back leg seems off, it looks more like a side view rather than a back view.
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    Hi Ostrander,

    The Zombie Ink's up top are very impressive. Are you using the liquid ink in Painter to do those? Or traditional pens? Which ones?

    Joe.
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    Wow, sorry for being so non-responsive.
    Listing- That's pretty interesting. Thanks for stopping by!
    (c)- Thanks! I was being goofy, couldn't resist.
    spiffiness- Hi Spiffy, hope your studies are going well. Thanks for the comment, and noticing the angle of that back leg.
    Mr. Joe- Glad you like the zombies. I was using painter for those. I modified the scratchboard tool, by changing the angle a bit. Thanks for dropping in!

    Well, not too long ago I particapated in a Tdome based off of the "Chicks who draw chicks" calendar, only it was the guys turn. Here is a rather large WIP of the process and the final frame shows the finished piece.
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    Hopefully I won't be so neglectful of this thread and post more.
    Happy New Year!

    Best,
    Glen
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    haha fantastic !!!

    happy newyear!!
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    Reminds me of Leyendecker kind of hehe! Was this image inspired by his body of work at all?
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    i love your stuff, especially the transluceny on the animals. the light.

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    oma- Thanks oma, I'm glad you like my work. Happy New Year to you too!
    Beelow- Hi Beelow, It was inspired by Leyendecker, as well as Rockwell. I was trying to go for that "Post" look. It could use some more tlc in spots but with the time we had for the contest and the approaching holidays. It's all I could muster. I thought your piece was pretty successful. It's one of my faves of the bunch. The lighting reminds me of a piece by Stephen Stahlberg. Thanks for dropping by and taking a look!
    warda- Hi warda, thanks for the comment! I'm glad you like my work.

    Here is a piece I'm working on and have to get done for the Schoolies vs Selfies Tdome.
    I have a long ways to go and it's due on the the 3rd. Yikes!!
    Attachment 134664
    I did a whole lot of smack talking to my opponent on this Tdome to not pull through. Of course it wouldn't be the 1st time I've done something like that.
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