Someone has been hard at work!...really digging the angry ape!
Wow, he's back with a bang! I really like the setting of the first comic, being in the first world war (i guess?). You don't see that very often. And the "bego" one has a bit of a french comic vibe to it, especially the two main characters on the bike. Great stuff! After doing a workshop drawing comics I now know how much work it is laying out pages, adding text, to visually tell the story and keep it interesting... Cheers!
Man, that war comic is looking awesome... Love the idea
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"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.."
The Spaniard's Sketchbook... No holds barred
I cannot believe how awesome that WWI comic is! When i first saw it this morning it left my mouth hanging wide. I was in love with it when I saw it was WWI based, then I was blown away when that monster was thrown into the mix. Too cool! But who sent it? I suspected the Jerry's at first but monster would probably have a little pickelhaube helmet on wouldn't he? Beautiful accuracy as well. Is there going to be a way I can get my hands on a print version of this???
Inspiring as always man, thank you!
And I also cant express my thanks for that birthday drawing, best gift i ever received Thank you sir!
Last edited by AustenFM; February 2nd, 2010 at 07:50 PM.
Thanks for posting! I was a bit worried you know. There could have been a giant octopus monster from outer space that smells like glue. And he, like, abducted you. And you couldnt post, cuz he tortured you, and stuff...
Kickass update though.
Mamma mia, sei proprio un fumettista. C'è un senso di storia che si muove in avanti in ogni posa ed espressione, si sente l'unità della narrazione visiva, quella storia breve sulla guerra è davvero davvero ben fatta.
Anche se, povero piccolo nerd ;_;
OMG MOEBIUS!!! Grandioso *_*
@daveneale: hey Dave! thanks for stopping by!
@Tom van der Linden: thanks man! yeah, the i guess the trick with comics is making it look easier that it is hehe glad you liked 'em, still so much to learn!
@Quike Garcia: thanks for the support as usual man!
@Moai: hey Cory! Lovecraftians is gooood! thanks again for that blog link man, and the support!
@AustenFM: yo! glad you liked it...actually, its got something to do with a mr.Lovecraft gone the evil villain way i hope you'll be able to get in comic form some day man! hope you don't mind if i post the card here man, i'm actually happy with how the zombie turned out!
@Call0ps: ha ha thanks man!! stay tuned for more! (hopefully ) hope all's well!
@B-Man: haha yeah you can't believe the unthinkable horrors i had to go through!
@p sage: thanks man! some decent bego pages soon i hope!
@Ariel9: grazie mille!
@GHill: thanks man, glad you liked 'em! yeah! i actually just touched him with my elbow, cause i was just too amazed to actually talk to him, it was awesome beign in the same room with that genius!...jee, i'm such a fanboy
@PieMonster: thanks man, always cool to se you stop by! kickass updates from you lately!
ok, this update took less time than expected.
these were just pure fun.
Messy, proportions/anatomy might be wrong but i feel like i'm getting a liiittle bit quicker and more comfortable doing this kind of thing.Should try more often
figure doodles with a brush
rocks (with pen and brush) i like some of these i really hate the crossed ones, bad composition, messy inks, had no idea what i was doing.
Last edited by TheGnoll; February 6th, 2010 at 08:30 AM.
mmh seems like I can be proud of you,my dear!
Only yesterday you swear every brush stroke you put down and now? What happened? Also you are so good in composition,evry panel of those is very pleasant for the eye and you are definitely speeding up with digi stuff.
So,what can I say,you are doin great...keep it up that's all!
I really dig your sketchbook... it's awesome!
You are really a hard worker and it's clear you have a lot of dedication.
Keep it up!
Nice characters! The rock pics, maybe the inkwork can be a liiittle tighter? Liked those comics in the previous update too, though i like the second one more. 's Got more consistency or sumethin'. Anyhoo, keep up the updating pace, you had me worried there for a second.
WOWOW! I love your comic man! The colors are subtly beautiful. Post more, please!
You can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?
My Sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=164393
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hey gnoll, great updates! I especially like the touareg, great to see something with a distinct Arabic influence, don't see that too often!
And here's the comic I promised a while ago. Every comment is appreciated And not to sound like a weak tart, but I had two weeks for this assignment (and I made 10 pages... stupid stupid stupid!). Quantity in favor of quality I guess. Wrong choice!
here's the final comic
Nice concept. He has that gentle giant feel. A brute that can rip person in two but soft face. My only other comment is his pants seem to be sagging kind of low. Almost like he has a long torso.
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