.o5mm mechanical charcoal!
.o5mm mechanical charcoal!
Last edited by kingshaj; September 17th, 2008 at 03:02 PM.
I'll echo everyone else and say seriously strong beginning, jumping in with both feet and making a big ole splash! Thanks for sharing!
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keep jumping dude. Great stuff. I'll Keep my eyes on this puppy!
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Great start. Welcome to the sketchbooks section. I'm looking forward to the updates
Looks like you jumped in head first bro. I love the shapes, keep it coming.
really taken aback by the positive feedback!!
i just discovered vellum and those lil' shading smudge-sticks i used to look down on in art school...
work well together so ive been i have been drawing alot, inspired by the new materials.
a few more
now im just being shameless
Last edited by kingshaj; November 3rd, 2006 at 03:54 AM.
more updates later today
these are siiiick dude! dope ass characters...if you don't mind, do you use charcoals? pencils? colored pencils?
i'd love to see more paintings. keep it up man!
i dont use much charcoal... hmmm maybe i should tho
most of these pencil sketches are done with mechanical pencils and a tortillion (blending stump)
the key is velum , a paper that is very forgiving and allows for a ridiculous amount of erasing! It actually feels more like painting than drawing ...much the way charcoal or chalk does but with far greater accuracy. often used in architechtural drawings.
as far as more of my paintings:
always happy to shamelessly self promote!
Nice use of art material and digital. Interesting technique. It gives a look and style that will set you apart for sure. Keep it up.
yea your drawings definitely look more like paintings, which makes them so interesting. nice paintings too!
Very cool sketches. Just giving it a bump for all to enjoy.
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few more odds, and or ends.
thanks for the comments gang! ill try an keep 'em coming.
these few are a little older (found an old sketchbook whilst cleaning for holiday guests) but i thought they were worth sharing.
Last edited by kingshaj; November 25th, 2006 at 05:00 AM.
ahhhw, those pencils are stunning
interesting work like your environment and vehicle sketches. would you make a tutorial on how you do your vehicles?
thats about the best compliment i think you can get 'round here...so thank you!...means alot.Originally Posted by Anurizm
however, although i love making vehicles, i dont think ive aproached 2 the same way, and while im proud of the outcome, id like to wait on doing a tutorial as im not to sure i could top the many others that abound on CA . but all that should change soon as i am working on a project that calls for alot of vehicles... so wish me luck and i will keep you posted!
thanks! power is good
Last edited by kingshaj; November 25th, 2006 at 05:09 PM.
some of this is a little redundant but thought it looked nice all wrapped in a bow
Last edited by kingshaj; December 2nd, 2006 at 05:11 PM.
Great work. Love the piece with the woman laying on her own hair