Seriously, you should send out to some o' them companies. The last comic color piece you posted is totally readable in a completley busy scene. GREAT job on that.
Lohan: they usually take me about 2-3 hours, the big AOA one took me about 10 though.
Justin Oaksford: thank you, i need to have time for school though. and i also wanna have time for my own stuff, so what i have now will have to suffice
Bendragon: thank you
rodrigo!: thank you, i will
Asoir: thank you man
A little update for today, a Naruto pic i colored, lines by Lesean Thomas. And some spartan thingie.
Lines: Lesean Thomas
Superb colouring , and great pencil work, your on the right track to greatness, keep going...yea i dont have anything to crit...sorry.
some of your paint sketches remind me of dusso, I think your colors are amazing. Keep sketching and studying though, you will be a great all around artist.
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Nice work man, you are really impressing! However, the last battle piece could use alot of work, those arrows, right ? looks like 1 minute with round brush, limit the focus on it if you want it like that, also thers alot of dark into it! dont hide so much other then that, as i said, im very impressed by your improvement under short time! Please keep it up, i be watching
stil loving it
really liked the last one, not the naruto guy.
EDIT: haha, that sounded rude, reading the comment now. I dig the naruto guy, but I especially like the other one, made entirely by you.
Last edited by Tigermilk; October 5th, 2006 at 02:11 PM.
a new update.
sorry for not being that active lately, school is being a bitch, these are just kind of stress out pics. Ill try to get back into gear soon
thanks for the input everyone.
these are just colors, Lines on both are by Tony Moore
Good colours again. I'd like to see u tackle the linework yourself more often. It seems like u got the colours going well and its ur strong point. But I think u should boost your weaker points so u can be better . I dont understand all this talk about going pro already, its a bit stupid. Ignore them and continue to do what u do!
Blanq: nah man im not nearly good enough, i need a lot of practice in a lot of areas.
Bendragon: yeah man, i know my lines is my weakest point. And i do what i can to improve them, i do pro comic coloring work though to earn some money, mostly small jobs some of them not even hitting print, the money are always nice though
a little update.
A picture of a guy from another forums Character geist, he needed something to fill out the back pages of his book so i made a quick pic that he could use. and a pic of venom for a jam at another forum. quick seems to be a key word for my work these days
damn cool stuff man, amazing shit!!! It's so inspiraing to see how free you seem to be with the stuff you paint. Thanks for this extra lesson in letting the shit flow and just being creative!!
Great stuff, MAN!
your colour selection is pretty astounding, pretty much spot on all the time. have to agree with others, ya really should be getting paid for this shit. get yourself a job dude, get your shit out there.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
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your coloring skills are nuts man.. keep it up
Thank you for the input guys
A little update.
got some crits on the gears pic and updated it.
I have to scan some of my stuff soon.
Really nice work dude.
cool updates man! hehe, I like the custom prickly hair detail you've put on this guys chin
damn don't remember seeing this sketchbook.VEry cool stuff, lines look quite good, very clean and precise rendering style, anatomy has some problems here and there but its ok.But your strong point for me are definately colors, very, very cool,and pro quality...wish you would colour something from me hehehe...
really really great work, and, damn it, you're just about my age.
I would suggest in your personal paints adding more definition and colour to your darkest darks, sometimes the blacks are a bit too harsh and it seems to give the pieces a bit of a burnt look.
i love your use of color its very very nice.. but i think you could work on anatomy and line work