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Thread: Ostrander's Sketchbook of Shtuff
August 26th, 2006 #1
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August 29th, 2006 #4
Very cool work...I love the zombies.
August 30th, 2006 #5
Awesome stuff! I love the drama in your black and whites! Keep up the good work!
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Huh, some pretty good stuff. Indeed.
I want to see some backgrounds though. Backgrounds. Yeh.
(am I the only one who hates that ConceptArt.Org banner? Dammit!)
August 30th, 2006 #8
Amazing stuff, great style
Totaly digital works ? What did you use for your creations ?
I want to see more stuff , keep it up, cheers !!
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cool stuff, very morbid! i like the ink work alot. lets see more posts
August 30th, 2006 #10
I really liked the zombies and the guys whose penes you can see. I like your style, but can you use color?
August 30th, 2006 #11
Great! My only qualm is with the stockade and speaker zombie. They have very tiny to no hips. Just nit-pickin' though.
The zombies with the body parts on there belts is a great idea. I was wondering if there was going to be any necklances and sure enough there was a ear necklance....sweet.
August 30th, 2006 #12
Matsign- No, the original is much larger and you can find it in the Zombie thread here.
Katsgod- Thank you, I love them too!
Spiffiness- Thank you very much!
Fishspawn- Hehe, Thanks!
Goodbye..fromthevoid- Thank you, I will have to post some images that have some backgrounds. These were pretty much art directed to specification for a miniatures company.
Dreamworker- Thanks! All the lineart was done with painter's scratchboard varient at around an hour each. The greyscale stuff was painted with photoshop and took a bit longer to do. The zombie avatar was done with painter's chalk/conte varients. I will post more.
Spade- Thank you! I will post more.
Iddi- Thanks! I will post more with color and work more with color.
Nyx702- I see what you mean now, and I agree. I don't think the AD cared as long as they looked creepy. The head gear actually changed to them holding big guitar amps in front of them. So in the final version their hips were not in view. Still, there's no excuse for mishandled anatomy
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August 31st, 2006 #15
Oooh scary! You could even push it further by having bones showing, or bits of flesh dangling from the figure. I like what you did with the first zombie's face.
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