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November 16th, 2006 #16
This page is much pretty. I love the mixture ancient/futuristic of the starfighter.
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Kick ass work! I will have to pick up a copy of Alpha Betty when it comes out. I too hope to get into the comics field one day.
The chick with the broken helmet is great, and I really like the Sky God a lot. The second post is quite helpful as well for someone learning to color in photoshop.
November 19th, 2006 #18
Hey Chris, thanks for posting a boatload of your comic, I enjoyed seeing the designs, especially the corsair ones. Very cool.
When i said before about posting some sketches like in your website, I didn't mean to post the old ones, just something along that line, like the pencil sketches, which I enjoy seeing. Hope that made sense.
Congrats on the newborn.
November 21st, 2006 #19
New C.O.W. entry...
Dreamworker: Thank you. If you like the ancient futuristic designs you should check out the comic (when it is finished)...
Discoskull: Thanks a lot. Great you like the stuff and want to buy Alpha Bettie. This is very motivating... hehe
madplanet: Ah... now it makes sense ...thx. I will post some more pencil stuff as soon as I have some new. Right now I am working 100% digital.
And a big thank you for the congrats! It is a great feeling to be a dad
Here is my C.O.W. entry for this week...
December 8th, 2006 #20Explorer's descendant
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They all have big... boobs.
December 9th, 2006 #21
December 13th, 2006 #22
thanks for dropping by my sketchbook - great work here, really like your comic panels - i'm jealous of your clean linework !
January 3rd, 2007 #23
Happy New Year!!!
A Happy New Year to everyone here at conceptart.org!
For me 2007 is a special year because I will finish my first US comic in february 07. I can't wait to hold the finished issue in my hands...
mrdigs: No problem. Thank you for your kind words. My linework could be cleaner I think... but it is a matter of time which I don't have enough
Here is a sketch of the HULK to start the new year with something BIG...
(No color because of my other comic work!)
January 18th, 2007 #24
Good this is a really nice. Do you make a comicbook?
How to draw quikly. I draw slowly. Please help. This is a realy problem:
January 18th, 2007 #25
Hi Chris, very nice updates. I like the Hulk with dog eheheh is so crazy!
Happy new year to you
January 19th, 2007 #26
Awesome! Just fricking awesome. Very nice concepts. I was rolling after looking that your Hulk sketch I like your style, I'll definitely be checking back!!darkchild!
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January 19th, 2007 #27
Cool sketchbook. I like how you have began pushing the perspective.TheRoad
Transition from Art Critic to Artiste - Diligence, that's all I need.
January 19th, 2007 #28
Nice sketchbook. hmm... everything looks good so far. The only thing that bothers me a little on some of the images, I think the coloring and style of the heads dont match with the details of the body. Only on a couple of them though. I like the robots and ship designs.
keep em coming.
January 20th, 2007 #29
I said I'd stop by so here I am...
Some nice stuff here, although I was expecting(hoping) to see 'reeal' sketchbook stuff...anatomy studies, still lifes etc...most of this stuff looks 'finished' to me.
The head sketches: I'll not comment on your Wacom technique...cos I know fuck-all about that, but as for the basic drawing of the face I think you are maybe pushing 'cute' a little too far. As a result, you're slightly loosing the form of her nose..the tip (which I think is slightly too long even for this style) appears to be bending away from us, & the hole of her nostril appears to be placed more on the side of her nose rather than on the underside . Totally dig the stylised hair cut tho..even without seeing the rest of the figure this is obviously a sci-fi image.
Supergirl: LOL..you're a bad man Chris! I think you need to adjust the perspective on her extended arm, it just looks too long, & if her arm was so extended, herher deltoid would be much closer to her head. Fun pic tho, I have a friend who is a Supergirl nut, I'd like to send them this if you don't mind.
Alpha Bettie concept stuff: These are nice, even if I do find that all your female faces look too similar, & that padded black outfit is gonna be a bugger to draw panel after panel. The plane/fighter ship designs are awesome...I'm a sucker for this futuristic-retro stuff . The actual strip is good, the story telling is fine (although I'd like to see more) & you have achieved a good sense of scale.
Mars Attacks: Awesome! lol
Pink COW: Like it, of the two I prefere the saturated version
Greyscale pieces: My favorite stuff on here, & more like the kind of stuff I was expecting. i think the 'TC' girl is your best female face, a nice balance between realism & comic-book cute.
Star Trek: Judging by the girl, it's definately cold in space.
Hulk: Aw, poor doggy! I can see what you're trying to do with the pumped up anatomy, but it's not quite coming off. You can't just take regular anatomy & make it bigger. For example, in really muscular specimins, the sheer mass of the pec's & delt's mask the form of the clavicle, making it all but hidden, & the 'bump' on the inner elbow caused by the humerous on a regular proportioned person is totally covered by mass of the forearm flexors on some one as massive as you have represented the HULK.
On the whole, nice work Chris, I'll stop by again some time soon.
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January 20th, 2007 #30
I finished an image (see below) I did for my workshop series in the German game developer magazine 'GameStar/dev'. So if you live in Germany and want to know how the image was made go and buy the next issue of the mag in february... ...hehe.
Thanks for your comments guys!
Here is my feedback...
legionare: Thx! Yes I'm working on my first US comic 'Alpha Bettie' right now. It isn't finished yet because I had to take some months off last year. I do it all in my spare time. I will finish it the next weeks. I'm working on the pencils of the last pages and have to finish inks and colors after that.
To draw more quickly you should start sketching without concentrating on your linework. Take a look at other sketchbooks here at conceptart.org... there is so many good stuff out there you can learn from. I think I should post more sketches here (right Staz? )
Dreamworker: Thank you!
darkchild: Thanks man! Great you like it so far and want to check by more often...
NicoRaven: Thx! I like to play with perspective in 3D and I think I should play a little more in my 2D works too. This is only the beginning.
kuroart: Thank you! You noticed what I prefere to draw ... I really should work on every part equally. I will work on it
Staz: A big THANK YOU for stopping by. This is my chance to say it here in my sketchbook: "Your Civil War oneshot ruled man!". Thank you for all your comments and taking the time to analyse my work in detail. I totally appreciate it... and because from now on I will buy everything you work on... promise hehehe. Thx again man.
Oh and Staz is totally right... my posted stuff is looking too finished. I think I should post more sketch stuff in the future.
... but first another 'finished' piece... I call it "Scientist In Love"...
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