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Thread: Biocreep's Sketches
September 7th, 2006 #1
Hello! My name is Mike and I have been a big fan of the conceptart.org site for a long time. I even attended the 2005 workshop in SF! Anyways, I thought i would take the opportunity to become more of a part of the community by starting a sketch thread. here are some recent sketches. Enjoy!
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Hi, and welcome! great start on your sketchbook! I really like those sketches, especially the last one! Creepy zombies, but I think the ninjas in the middle will manage to stay alive keep it up, I want to see more!
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September 25th, 2006 #6
Hey Mike, it was cool meeting you on the sketchcrawl (this is James by the way). Looks like your sketchs came out pretty well too. Hope to see you out on further sketch outings.
Ars Longa, Vita Brevis
September 27th, 2006 #7
October 7th, 2006 #8Originally Posted by camilografix
As always, great personality and movement in your stuffs. I love that you captured that mom and child playing in the ocean, that was such a cute moment. I'm always amazed at how you can create depth with your landscape studies with such rigid hatching. Whenever I try, it gets confuddled and messy.
See you at open studio!
P.S. OLD LADY SKETCH WATCHES OVER YOU!
October 9th, 2006 #9
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Your style is much different than many artists on the forums. Are you a comic artist, do you make strips? Your work is wonderfully lively -- though shows a solid understanding of anatomy, etc. Great to see something different
Drawing is fun.
October 11th, 2006 #11
This is why I love it when an animator goes to life drawing. You're not all caught up in anatomy and perfection, you look for shapes, angles and life. And each of your studies show that.
Well done, I gotta step up my game, don't I?
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Great work on this last set! I love your line economy, 'specially in areas with a lot of wrinkles - really gives your poses weight and balance.
..I also want that model's coat.
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June 14th, 2007 #17
Whoah, I missed that life drawing dump back in March. Great breakdown of forms!
I can relate to today's post .___. You forgot the bars on the window with Tad as the security guard though.
Are we gonna see some Hermit Dogs here?
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very, very, very nice stuff! i like your style a lot!
the second to last is my favorite - the one with the two kids and frogs.
beautiful lines and especially colouring - the scene, of course, is also
funny and inventive.
when i was at the top of the thread, i wanted to post "give us some colour".
but there it was.. very nice
the sketchbook that says mumbo jazzbo
June 28th, 2007 #30