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April 28th, 2007 #1
Johanson's Book 2-24: VOLTRON Painting
Figured it was time to try another one of these sketchbook threads. Went out and picked up one of those little 5 by 8 books to carry around with me. I haven't posted a pic on CA since the attachment manager went into general use... so please bear with me if I have a few hiccups.
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April 28th, 2007 #3
man that looks awesome.
cant find a single crit
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The last piece with the explorer droping in on some giant skeletons is banging. I didnt event notice the shadowy figure until i had looked at the rest of the image. That really blew me away how fast the scale changed in my mind. excellent work
April 28th, 2007 #5
April 29th, 2007 #6
Thanks a lot for the kind words. I think I have progress shots for the thunderdome pieces around somewhere. Maybe I'll try and find them to post. But for right now, just a few more sketches. Heavy Alan Lee influence on this first one.
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May 1st, 2007 #7
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May 2nd, 2007 #9
Wow, I never saw your last thunderdome piece... It's really amazing!! To who did you lose?
Also I really like your sketches, they have some sort of cute factor in a lot of rhem You should pay some more attention to your pencil ánd digital sketches, I think that would improve them lots.
And you said in my sketchbook that you should do more studies... So I'm telling you now: Do more studies !
Well, keep rocking, and updating ofcourse
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May 3rd, 2007 #12
this stuff is stick! the skeleton in the space suit makes me happy.
May 4th, 2007 #13
Hey thanks, everybody.
Marleen: Thank you very much. Yeah, in that last thunderdome round I lost to pretty much everybody (and rightly so). And as for the studies... yeah, no joke. There's a figure drawing class at a museum near by that I'm going to try to get into for their next term. But I should be doing more studies on my own too.
mrpank: Thank you! I'm glad you're enjoying them so far.
GriNGoLoCo: Man, writing out your CA name really exercises the shift key fingers. I wasn't familiar with Otto Dix until you mentioned him. Just checked him out. Thanks, I dig the drawings from his New Objectivity years (as they put it on his site) the most.
AdamDillabo: Thanks! That drawing was a recent "crazy bored in airport" sketch. Glad you liked it.
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May 6th, 2007 #14
My soon to be wife is a big fan of Mignola's version of Hecate. So, I've been thinking of getting her to pose for an oil painting on the subject. It should be fun. I'm just starting to figure out some basic composition stuff in my tiny sketchbook. The painter sketch was just going to be of trees, but then I thought eh, why not throw in a snake-lady for good measure.
Hope you enjoy,
May 9th, 2007 #15
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