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October 22nd, 2008 #691
hopefully my subscription to this thread will eventually lead to a prompt update!
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cool stuff in that sketchbook dude, ow do you get cleeaan lines ?
November 17th, 2008 #693
November 17th, 2008 #694
i'm a big fan
November 17th, 2008 #695
It's been a while. Long overdue replies:
Carnifex: Genius? No, just paintings I enjoyed, and I think it showed. Never read "record of lodoss war". Who's it by?
Hive minD: Thanks, and glad to help (back then anyway)
monsi: This is gonna sound like such a copout, but I just go with what looks good to me. There is no real method. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Saa: Thanks for the kind words. The "easy read". Something I struggle with, but keep working on.
lowercase: Thank you.
sipher: THanks, but I continue to struggle with every piece. Wouldn't have it any other way though.
Algenpfleger: Acutally these are ballpoint pen. Pencil is a whole other beast. Thanks.
Sway West: Thank you.
snootchy: Thanks, and yes..... practice, experiment, and practice more.
n1va: Thank you.
boba64: Thank you.
Buckster: Thanks for the compliments. I can only hope to improve on both.
Ekler: Thanks for stopping by.
S.M: Thanks for looking.
NaRai: Thank you.
ccsears: Thanks and Fo Sho!
Notti: Thank you. I usually go with direct drawing, going from shape to shape to devine an area. Although, I'm slowly trying different ways to draw the figure. In the end, it's what works for you.
AmadorL: Side by side comparison? So you can see all my mistakes? I'll have to think about it.
Jok: Thanks for stopping by.
Max Martelli: Thank you.
Alm0st: Sorry it wasn't prompt, and not much, but there's an update.
hunchbackmagee: THanks. How do I get clean lines. practice, and for the record, they should be cleaner.
Kasblue: Glad to help. THanks for checking the sb out.
MrSmith: Thank you.
Long over due update. It's been a crazy semester. All digital for the moment, studies from movies live and some brainfarts. Also an sp from nov1st sp day. Sb stuff and oils once I scan them (they have to dry first, and I lost my scanning hookup)
November 17th, 2008 #696
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November 17th, 2008 #698
damn, your "brainfarts" are pretty awesome, so are the movie studies! Sweet brushstrokes!
And I love that Rocketeer sketch!
November 17th, 2008 #699
Incredible paintings! I'm at a loss for words. More please?
November 18th, 2008 #700
November 18th, 2008 #701
Amazing work. Very even balance of both loose and tight renderings. Both impressive in their own right. Great work.
November 18th, 2008 #702
I can't get over the intensity of your pencil drawings... how with minimal lines you not only convey the form of the figure, but also the light and how it cascades over a body. Just freaking brilliant, superb work.
I need to take time to look over more of your stuff... I feel I could learn a lot.
Consider me subscribed.
November 18th, 2008 #703
November 19th, 2008 #704
One more fan
don't want to ass licking
like the colors, lots of improvement by time
the portraits are awesome
November 19th, 2008 #705
November 19th, 2008 #706
NICE WORK HERE
November 19th, 2008 #707
supppperrrr hoootttttttttttttttttttaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!! !!!!!!!!! 8)
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November 19th, 2008 #708
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November 23rd, 2008 #712
super awesome - the skull is wicked!
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November 23rd, 2008 #715
duuuude. i just wanna say: woah!~ O_o
November 23rd, 2008 #716Registered User
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Chromosome that skull is wild!
Loose masterful brushwork, i dig it!
November 23rd, 2008 #717
After a long wait, this awesome update sure is a good wait!
November 23rd, 2008 #718
hey man awesome update. The painting is extrodinary.
you got kingdom of heaven, 300, and the self portrait is sick
cool work, cool work
November 24th, 2008 #719Registered User
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marvelous work, interesting style you have going on here.
December 7th, 2008 #720
Saturns Gate: Thank you!
Hideyoshi: Thanks. The rocketeer was one of the more fun paintings for me.
Zhonked: Thanks, and I'll try.
Sublimus: Hahaha. Sure, but I have to get a job first!
Novacostle: Thank you.
BohemianChaos: Thank you. I'm far from getting it, but the more you look around, more artists will say "The more SIMPLE the statement, the STRONGER the statement." I've heard this put to everything from drawings and paintings to films. I'm nowhere near making simple statements, but I'm trying to. Thanks again.
Lewiston: Thank you!
Sebastian H: Thank you.
Mr. Delicious: Thanks!
Hive minD: Thanks for sticking around man!
Jigo: Careful what you wish for.
Notic: Thank you.
Clochette: Aww.. my nose is pretty "noticeable". Thanks
Algenpfleger: Thank you!
S.M: Thank you!
Notti: Thanks for sticking around!
RaWIII: Thank you.
Well, here's some QuickStudies work. These painting are homeworks, and we aren't allowed to spend any more than an hour and a half per painting. These range from 40 minutes to 90 minutes. No premixed colors, so the mixing and painting is all done in that time. This class kicked my ass, but was well worth it. It's more about being decisive than it is about painting fast. I've done nearly 80-100 paintings this semester, and these are the ones that sucked the least Again the aim is to have a study at the end of the time. Some sketch book stuff as well, again, the pages that sucked the least (and there are a TON that I haven't posted). Thanks for checking it out. Time to go search for a job now.