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    Pinup Dump

    Sometimes I have the urge to pick up a pencil and draw ladies.. It's fun... These are pencil drawings painted out in PS..











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    haha don't blame you mate! like the style!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossouw
    haha don't blame you mate! like the style!

    Thanx mate... Glad you lie em'... I've found that females provide excellent practice for colour work - it's one of the few things that'll keep me infront of my computer other than video games for any length of time...
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    first one is really great.. the second doesnt dissapoint but the third lacks the punch the first two have. Cool style.. post more..

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    Very like the Uk Album cover artist..I can't think of his bloomin name!!-Nice 80's style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vigostar
    first one is really great.. the second doesnt dissapoint but the third lacks the punch the first two have. Cool style.. post more..

    Thanx for the input Vigo.. I'll be posting more here soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by spudstudios
    Very like the Uk Album cover artist..I can't think of his bloomin name!!-Nice 80's style.
    Ha ha.. I never really thought my stuff was eighties until last year at an exhibition here in Los Angeles everybody was like "Oh - your work is so 80's!!" So I guess if the shoe fits.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudstudios
    Very like the Uk Album cover artist..I can't think of his bloomin name!!-Nice 80's style.
    You're likely thinking of Patrick Nagel



    He's still one of my favorites.
    i love the simple, strong, graphic appeal.

    CIP,
    i think spud is right.
    your work has much the same appeal.
    i would explore that more.
    nice stuff.

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    Is that the guy who did the 80's illustrations that you see in every goddamn hair salon still to this day?!

    ArtofCIP, I dig the stylization. The first one is graphic and doesn't rely on the lines as much (which is making it work better), and I think itf you cleaned up the lines and anatomy here the other two pieces would work a ton better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strych9ine
    Is that the guy who did the 80's illustrations that you see in every goddamn hair salon still to this day?!

    ArtofCIP, I dig the stylization. The first one is graphic and doesn't rely on the lines as much (which is making it work better), and I think itf you cleaned up the lines and anatomy here the other two pieces would work a ton better.
    Yep.. Nagel was the guy that every nail and hair salon has a rip-off graphic on the front window... Too bad the guy died at 38 years old... I deliborately vary and change my style - keeps it form getting boring.. Sometimes a style works and sometimes they don't... Anyways - thanx for the words yo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSillustration
    You're likely thinking of Patrick Nagel



    He's still one of my favorites.
    i love the simple, strong, graphic appeal.

    CIP,
    i think spud is right.
    your work has much the same appeal.
    i would explore that more.
    nice stuff.

    Thanx man.. I appreciate the kind words.. Eventhough it has put me into a somewhat obscure niche here in LA (Low Brow and Pop Surreal are king) - I'm lucky if I get three or four exhibitions a year here... But I have a day job in Game development that pays nicely, and that frees me up to do the art I like regardless of there's a buyer there or not... I guess as long as one other person digs it then I'm not completely crazy....
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