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Damn, those studies are awesome. :o
maniakul stuff here man
oils are great and pencils just knock me flat
c c crazy man
everything coolest and creative in 2009! man! - u're rockin' the cg scene great oil works, what a color....(!!!)..big respect! cheers!
Looking at your sketches is like a free private lesson from a flying super-master!
Such an unusual shading style in some of those live figure drawings but you really make it work. Wicked Sketchbook!
Your rendering techniques are remarkable! I went from the first page to the last and your skill set seems to have evolved beautifully.
Your linear drawings are of great inspiration to me.
The way you define shadows just by the thickness of the lines. Really learned alot from your artwork.
Patience is a virtue, but who wants to be virtuous?
I absolutely love your self portraits, sensitive. And the digital practice from stills are beyond cool. Lovely skulls. Your skill is massive. I envy your place right now in school. Having the goals motivates the studies. Get as much of it as you can. Your talent is a category 5 storm. No stopping it.
Last edited by AztcFireFlower; January 2nd, 2009 at 04:17 AM.
Very beautifull book. Love everything and am especially drawn to your character work. I'm eyeing the animation field and feel like I'm learning for coming here both in content and presentation. Hope you don't mind that I saved some of your layouts. Great Stuff. Good Luck in '09.
PROPS on those figures, I have seen so many trained eyes draw beautiful figures, but these studies brought something new to my eyes. My virgin eyes!
Seriously amazing stuff.
Wow. I'm speechless.
i love this SB! i love your style! i love it all!
woah... impressive, must take a lot of hard work to reach that level.
fuck indeed !!!
Ah, geez. I came here off ccsears' praise of your pen sketches, and I find a bunch of amazing paintings. Ha!
I really appreciate your brushwork. Super super stuff.
EDIT: I went back and looked at some of your sketches. You don't happen to study at the AAU in San Francisco, do you? Or in that area somewhere? I thought I recognized some of the models from Henry Yan/Zhaoming Wu/Kevin Chen's figure work.
Last edited by staticpen; February 5th, 2009 at 01:35 PM.
Nice sketchbook you got here. loving youre sketchy technique keep on posting
wow man wow
im guessing those sketchbook pages are pencil, but they look kinda like pen?
anyways, nice studies, the "tilting the book to draw them from different angles" sounds like a good idea.
lovin it hmm hmm
whoa awesome update man! your knowledge of anatomy is impressive! really makes me wanna work hard! thx for inspirering! keep sharing plzz
I tried the "thanks" button, but it doesn't feel right
just clicking a button to say thanks for comments. Long
over due replies, some might never even read them, but
here you go:
The Pariano: Thank you.
Coinpurse: Thanks for the kind words.
Iolarnula: Thank you.
Juczpen: I don't think great is the word, but thanks
ccsears: Thanks man!
Gloominati: Nah, just practicing
Kischi: Thanks. Doesn't have to be school homework. I
know it's hard to find extra time, but practice is
AndreasM: Hahaha, thanks for the comment
Zhonked: Thanks. I'll see about the job hunt soon
NadiaMoon: Thanks Nadia!
krytos: Thank you. Actually, our semesters are 15
D@niel: Thanks, and I hope that's the case.
Iddi: Thank you.
Animosapian: Thanks, and sorry for the late reply.
JesArt: Thank you.
Kristo Novo: Thanks.
sfa: Thank you!
Chupacabra: Thanks for the kind words! I saw the
article on you in ImagineFX. Glad your doing well.
dCepT: Awww shucks, thanks for the props.
Mr. Delicious: It's funny you mention that theme,
because it has a totally different connotation with my
friends I'm honored tho!
LEEBLEEB: Thank you.
space-sprayer: Thanks, and glad you got something out
of the stuff.
Hunchback: Thank you.
Selfu: Now I feel really bad for the late reply.
astroCrud: Thanks, and I wish I could fly!!!!!
Eon: Thanks! I don't know if it's and unusual shading
style. Sergio Toppi and early Berni Wrightson stuff
have that shading going on. People always ask if I'm
influenced by them, and sadly I have to say no. I think
it stemmed from just doodling different textures. If I
had seen their stuff earlier, I'd probably be a better
cgfelker: Thanks. Wait till I post some sketches from
when I started art school. It makes me laugh
lowercase: Thanks, still working on it tho.
AztcFireFlower: THANK YOU!!!!!!!!
Bill: Thanks, and glad to help.
enthombed: Thank you.
Defiled: Thank you.
Christoffer: We all have alot to learn... that's the
Kim Bot: Thanks!
Wondergod: Thank you.
Ionic: Thanks! I've seen what's out there, skillwise,
and it scares me.
HeroGear: Thank You!
WhiteC: Thanks. I should be working harder tho!
Statipen: Thank you and yes, I'm still at AAU till May.
kyomart: Thank you.
Hunchback: all pen. Ballpoint gives a nice line
Josef K.: THank you.
Here's some sketchbook studies, doodles, and flikr/movie digital studies (3:10 to Yuma, 300, and Illusionist). Thanks for checking it out.
I love these life drawings so damn much.