D@niel: Thank you man, much appreciated.
maeshanne: thank you.
So I brought home my prints that I did so far. The last one I did with silkscreen was a nice learning experience, I enjoyed a lot. I'm plotting the next two projects which will be both silkscreen projects. So far I have 7 prints left so if anyone wants to buy one or trade me some art for it I'm down. They're 20x30 inches on Pescia gray paper 80 bucks each. Just send me a note on my email and we arrange something. If not I'm also willing to trade for other prints or whatever else that is art and that I might like.
The rest is just random crap that I did in these past few days. The girls are for a personal project that I'm developing and spaceships are just for shits and giggles.
Thank you donalfall.
Late night sketch, I guess, I'll probably keep at it tomorrow. But I need sleep.
Not sure why I'm so grim as of late.
Sup robin, thanks. I still have some reservations on the prints but whatever. I'll take the compliments.
roidvoid: eventually as I get craftier with silk screening I will yes. Thanks for the kind words.
Spent altogether too much time on both of these. The suicidal lady is not done yet, the grayscale is.
Grayscale floaty lady is for an opinion piece on the new york times, for class.
Really like the blue girl prints
Call0ps: Thank you kindly.
DeathChalupa: Thanks mate.
DanielC: Merci monsieur Daniel.
Anyhoo, trying to be looser and messier and most certainly less careful.
I also revised the subway piece a little, nothing major.
Some more stuff.
I'm really digging your style and I love your graphic design work and how you incorporate it into your illustrations. I wish I had skill like that haha.
Do you hang around cloudnine?...i think i saw your stuff over there..
Such a wonderful imagination.
Thank you for sharing!
kidult: thanks man.
mc2mc2: I used to a long time ago, like a year or two. Haven't checked on cloudnine in a while. You're most welcome and thanks.
Anyhoo, back to anal retentive lines.
Amazing stuff! I'm glad you came back Now I need to go look for all your older stuff!
You have some of the nicest anal retentive lines on the forum, hah!
zhonked: thank you, I'm not sure you want to do that haha.
rubbadub: Nice compliment, thanks man.
Been working on it all morning.
I have all the layers ready and done.
All I need to do now is output it and decide on colors and silkscreen the shit out of it.
Last edited by skullsquid; November 19th, 2008 at 09:27 PM.
Hey, nice stuff, nice stuff! I especially like the subway piece. Is that finished or are you still working on it? Why did you get rid of the white streaks? They gave he central figure a great sense of peaceful aloofness and added some intensity and chaoticness to contrast harmony of the figure and her pose.
I dunno. I'm not exactly sure what you were aiming at, but IMO, I really like them.
Regardless though, keep it up! =D
Hey Lemming, well it is finished I just got two versions out of it basically. I had a different idea in my head which was in between the two versions but eh no biggie. Thank you.
Anyway, this is for yet another silkscreen.
This time I'll be working with halftone since I want to have a semblance of gradient on it.
Love the character designs, but my favorite would have to be the girl with the skull. You have a real knack for keeping things simple without losing depth.
great sketchbook! i love the designs
Awsome sketchbook,your lines are ace.
Cant wait to see more.
Abby!: Thank you kindly.
Nadiamoon: Thank you very much.
DanielC: Merci monsieur, it's always ok for my comrades.
Kian: Thanks mang, much love.
flamable: thank you!
OmertA: Thank you too.
Anyway, procrastinated a whole day and when an idea hits me for homework for tomorrow, turns out it's 2 am. Not sure how I feel about this piece, feels weird like not mine. Anyway, rambling, it's late I'm going to sleep.
Strong lines! I love the girl with guns and converse!
Edit : Guitaaaar and converse haha sorry, made a mix between two pictures haha!
Last edited by Clochette; December 1st, 2008 at 10:04 AM.
The last one looks really cool (and the rest too of course), reminds me of Bengals work for some reason.