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    just fucking gorgeous. I love how you make it look so damn easy.


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    The soft/hard brush study looks very, very intresting, i really like it!

    Love your work

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    ryanoir - Thanks!

    a la bapsi - Merci! Well, it's not exactly easy for me atm -- but that's why I'm practicing, I guess.

    Luckers - Thank you!

    So, here're a coupluv non-earth-shattering-type things. A lil' squiddy thing and a b&w enviro noodle.

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    Your work is very inspiring! You are a great draftsman your drawings are really nice, makes me want to start a new sketchbook so I don't seem like such a slacker! Also your digital paintings are very eye catching you have a great sense of three dimensions in them which is not very common or easy to do. Well I just wanted to complement you on your work and look forward to future posts by you. Oh and I looked through your whole sketchbook which is not something I normally do and loved all of it!

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    That squiddy thing is AWESOME. For a second I wondered why you were uploading National Geographic pics heh. Love the brush experiments too .

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    Brent Gothold - Thank you! I'm glad you think my digi's are dimensional... I am constantly wrestling the flatness, and it often wins, so I'm glad to hear such a compliment! Whoah -- you looked through this whole thing? You crazy!

    Iridyse - กMuchas Gra็ias! Thought you might like 'im. I keep eye-balling this old octopodal skritch I started about a year ago but never finished, and there's this little Shreya-Sprite hovering nearby going "do that one! Do that one!" Here's a link you might enjoy: KLIK!

    Here's another imaginary amphipoda-inspired guy that ended up somewhat lobstery in his way.
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    A piece of some insectoid creature...
    Might add other parts to this later, not sure. [EDIT: replaced image with somewhat different colouration... It was too plastic looking before. ]
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    haven't posted here for a bit, but i've been watching all the time!
    great, great updates Will!
    All the experiments look really interesting.
    Updates on this last page are especially impressive, love the lobster thing and the enviroment looks cool too (he he glad to see you really enjoyed Jack Hamm's book!)
    Keep it up man, always a pleasure to stop by

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    Very nice work and I like the new brushes, gave me a few ideas of my own.

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    man I love them creatures, Can i have them as pets please?????

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    Thanks for the link! Really like the latest updates too. I think the last one would look interesting in a blue/green combination, maybe try a quick color adjustment? Also some more translucency/back lighting would really sell it.

    Saw this and thought you might like it: http://tetheredhawk.files.wordpress..../squidworm.jpg

    edit: Also: http://www.whoi.edu/cms/images/jdouc...elly_27005.jpg
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    very nice little creatuers, awesome sauce!

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    TheGnoll - Thanks! You like this page? Good. You're tip about Hamm's book was brilliant (despite the failings of that b&w).

    h2rra - Thanks! Yeah, that combination of a softish part with a crisp part really seems to pay off when thoughtfully used. Maybe I'll try to come up with a variation of that tonight... but one that's got more of an angularity to it.

    bhanu - Sure you can! The stuff they eat is pretty smelly, though.

    Iridyse - I'm kicking myself for not snapping a screenshot of that thing really early on... It looked really good, but rather different -- much more translucent then. I'll play with your suggestions, but I should prolly jus try to come up some new creature parts. Feel free to mess around with it however you like, though. Thank you x3 for the pic links -- Perfect! I want to come up with my own sea cucumber n jellyfish types soon.

    Metal Fingers - Thanks!

    Here's a random fantasy-type caterpillar creature I'm making in PS. Figured I'd post at an unfinished stage. Not sure what I'm doing with the head/face -- quite a few directions it could go, which is why I decided to step back from it ftm. I like its crazy arm and hand:
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    whoa man. you could already sell it at this stage. really pops out.
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    lighting! design! perspective! proportion!
    And (self)motivation is still everything.

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    that looks great!
    some crazy pattern/texture on his back would look cool, and to me it looks like he's massaging his forehead nervously-would look cool with an only hinted preoccupied face in the darkness under his hands!...sorry, just rambling
    I really like this one, the brush work in quite amazing!

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    Carnifex - Thanx! Yeah, I'm really pushing the communication of form from a single light-source as hard as I can... I've just had so many issues in the past with images seeming flat and I wanna change that.

    TheGnoll - Thank you! Yah, you prefer it as hands to brow? That's what I had in mind originally, but atm I can see about three or four alternative ways to play it. I reckon I'll follow your advice... he looks how I feel.

    Parsakoira - Thanx -- Glad you like 'em!

    Just a sketch here -- not sure, but something more might come of him...
    You'll be seeing a whole lot of Gigeresque biomechanical-type stuff from me in the coming days. I'm dying to work on the ALIEN prequels because seeing the Space Jockey creature was a profoundly life-altering moment for me, but I've gotta tangibly convince myself that I'd be able to actually do it before I bother Ridley Scott with some half-baked dream. So, this is just a sketch as I try to warm up my brain for a mess of the unabashedly ALIENesque.

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    Nice experimenting with your brushes dude!
    I like your last environment, do more of them!
    Last painting looks also good.
    Nice pose and colors!

    Keep it up!

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    nice! i really like that soft/hard experiment, you really improved right there!

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    i like your use of black
    keep at it

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    Silwynar - Thank you for the vote of confidence about more landscapes! I will do more, for sure...

    NeonDuck - Thanks!

    ryanoir - Danke! My use of black? You mean like when I use it as my bg? I do seem to really like starting with black... It's like shining a flashlight into the darkness and searching for what's lurking.

    Well now, this... It's so far off-track of what I... I dunno, I just was goofing around and came up with this Heavy Metal-ish looking treatment as I listened to BBC America. Not at all consistent with my vision for these creatures or the mood, but I guess it doesn't have to be. Figured I'd throw up on you.

    [ EDIT: Gaaah! What was I thinking?? Why didn't somebody Stop me!? *Cleans up mess* ]
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    Oh man... fuck yeah...

    Wm.B.Hand • SHARPIE CREATURES!! -- (Apr.16th)
    This is... just.... beautiful.
    The latest one is coming off too nice too.
    Ok.. I have a friend whos interested in airbrushing, any tips for a noob?
    just for starters?
    And especially if one wants to work details.

    Thanks much for the inspiration sir.

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    yeah thats exactly what i meant about the black, using it to start with and having such dramatic shadows and lighting, the forms cool
    is that the new Slayer album cover? haha looks dope bro

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    i've been a long time alien fan, and imagined tons of diffrent stuff about them but an old version of an ailen? lol it was funny and never thought about it before, nice exectuion on it aswell

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    i am watching every week two or three times through your sketchbook to get new inspirations.. and it works everytime

    i love how you work with your custom-brushes..

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    Great work dude! Not too sure about the amount of blur you use sometimes, i'd love to see a really sharp image from you. Great work on the jockey though, love the colours

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    Congrats William. Check your mail for some goodies from CA. You fu**ing rock.

    You should be able to edit your gallery for your new featured artist spot too. If you have any questions or the like, just drop me a line.

    And without further...Thank you tons for all you do.

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    William your art the best

    keep it up

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    You know, I recently came to a realization that I really don't like Giger's works. I'm not sure why but it doesn't appeal to me anymore.

    However, I love your interpretation of his works. I think your vision of Alien would amazing and someone really needs to get Ridley Scott to this sketchbook.

    I want to see the offensive materials now! :/ You're such a tease.
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    Just droping in to please my eyes with tasty flavors of values and hues combined in a inspiering way. Thanks.
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