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Most recent sketches added.
Here are the most recent pics that I have. Most of them are from this week - the ones done in ballpoint pen.
Now with more satanic goodness - Spawn
A few more brand new pages from my sketchbook.
Pen, ink and marker pics.
...and batman makes a guest appearance
And a couple more pics!
...but does anyone care?
Here are ideas for airbrushing
And a page of pen & pencil practice.
And some pen pics. All these pages are from my handy-dandy sketchbook.
Hellboy, Hulk, Thor and more sketches
Some more pics.
Any comments welcomed.
nice sketches, i'm not a fan of chicks having that much muscle, but all in all it's pretty cool!
RaistlinTheDark - thanks for the comments.
The bodybuilders were from 80's books and actually look tiny compared to today's female bodybuilders.
Big Update - with more Hulk Madness!
Recently scanned a large quantity of pages from my recent
So, here is a nice large update. Quality and mediums are mixed.
Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. You have some really good illustrations. Your monochrome work is very clean and tight.
My bud's sketch book
You know you've achieved perfection in design, not when you have nothing more to add, but when you have nothing more to take away
- Antoine de Saint-Exupery
I love those animals at the top, especially the falcon, but your comic work is striking as well, very clean with good contrasts. There are some proportion issues... and I'm not talking about the muscles :p do you do figure studies? If not, I highly recommend it.
Great work, keep posting!
Thanks alot mitso6989
Your monochrome work is very clean and tight.
Thanks for the comments nilaffle, could you add abit more detail - what areas in the anatomy etc. I'm thinking that the heads may be to big, but what's grabbing your attention?
There are some proportion issues... and I'm not talking about the muscles
Hey man, really dig the comic work. Maybe you should try pushing the linework further by adding more dramatic variations in stroke weight. Jumping from hairlines to those heavy stroke might really make some of the images jump out. Consistent line weight kind of flattens drawings a bit, but its also kinda of a stylistic decision too. Either way, really like the stuff.
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