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nice sketch style. it reminds me of mine!
Here is some Marko Djurdjevic fan art. Watching his DVD inspired me to try and draw a character in his style. I had little success with this image but had fun in the process so it was worth it. I suggest anyone who has not picked up the DVD to get it. Very inspiring stuff, and some great tips.
Got a good sketchbook going here <> thanks for the drop-by hope to see more of you in 07
I'm loving the work here, Keep posting.
Once you hit it right, your style, urban flavoured, makes it shine - but it feels very hit & miss, and it's probably a combination of all the tools that seems to glitch for you ~ sometimes your pen style doesn't make the form live, and it gets flat, the rhino for example, and sometimes I hope you, as in some pieces, are playing with anatomy, for you get some wonky results. In others like the monk/swordsman it clicks, or perhaps my personal favourite, the last piece of post #6.
The words are hot as well, and refreshing to see on CA - makes me want to start digging through my aerosoul books and magazines, and perhaps even make some calls to old friends and see if they are still working the walls
Though that won't happen, the inspiration still tingles.
SB. p31 updated 25.04.2012.
Dan Limatta - Sorry to respond so late. I can't beleive it has been over a month since I have viewed my sketchbook. Thanks for leaving some advice. I am playing around with anatomy in some of my work. Ironically, the reason I do play around with anatomy is because of lack of it. I sometimes exaggerate to "Cover up" what I do not know. I know how you feel about getting the Blackbooks out and calling up friends to work the walls. Everything I do is legal now.