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That last one is ANGRY, love it~* You have great enviro's, markerwork, sketches, even elements of graphic design
in some of them that work well. I'm curious to know where you want to go with everything! You def. know your way
around the mediums
Fantastic stuff, I hope to see more soon!
for me the pose and feel of you last img and your oil painting stands out.
very strong sb
damn! really good stuff in here.. I like the first pieces the most.. gues because they are more worked through, so I dont mean the later stuff is bad, it's all good.. keep updating please..
My new sketchbook! come on in and dont be shy about the comments!
My old sketchbook - come on in and drop some comments!
That creature concept you have going here is very well done, tho id like to see the notes you made. Great work, ill def have to watch this thread.
Slaving_maniac: Hi & thanks. That is my very first concept design ever, done in the school many years ago. I might get beck to that subject one day again..
Listing: thanks, but the first ones are actually full studies rather then sketches. I have a really hard time learning to draw and especially to paint out of my head because, as you can see in the first examples of my sketchbook, i was trained to repeat the reality and not to design from the blank page. But thanks to this community, i feel comfortable with that more and more every day..
Stopped in here because of your post in my painting thread. You've really got a great eye for lighting and dynamic action-filled poses. Love your work and color choices. Those older pencils are great, too! I honestly have no critiques! You rock!