Your work is amazing, so inspiring, the batman piece is my fave. Its great that you show your progress too.
Never stop the awesome!
I'm stunned, I've heared your name some time ago I think, really your style it's amazing! Colors, values, really nice, and also thanks for your work in progress, there is a big help
Really Killer Beautiful stuff!!!
Immoral Cintiq's Sketchbook
"Society will DRAW a circle that shuts me out, but my superior thoughts will DRAW me in." -Marva Collins
"Character is what you know you are not what others think you are." -Marva Collins
Oh my god...your stuff is astounding...I don't even know what to say, you're so far my superior. Your character designs are just...wow! I am enthralled.
But look at me, I'm gushing. Keep up the great work man, you're an inspiration.
"Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
- Miguel de Cervantes
Sweet sketchbook just went through all 10 pages. Great stuff.
pretty sick sketchbook i love the upside down batman painting!
"Many of life's failures are the people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up."
Concept Art Sketchbook - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=219673
Love the wips that you put up.
thanks for sharing
I appreciate all the comments, thanks.
I was watching Deer Hunter the other night. Such a badass film. The Russian roulette scenes were insane, even after seeing them numerous times.
I was inspired to stack Han solo up against Indiana Jones in a drunken "Harrison Roulette", with one winner taking the idol. It's only when one loses, and shoot them selves in the head with Hans blaster that they realize... they're the same person! Mind... blown (literally).
It's like Inception, but less Leonardo and more droids.
Very cool work, man! Love that Virgo, and the Harrison duel is quite epic! I really enjoy how loose your work is, but yet it is still quite presentational. Keep posting!
Instant subscription! Those pieces of paintings are sick and well presented with details and colors as well as vivid. I've always enjoyed your paintings for a long time I could remember so thanks for all that you do. Keep it up with mind-blowing work!
I love u !!
oo wow this one is awesome
I was in the mall by my place this weekend, and saw the line for the Easter Bunny photos stretching longer than most lines at Disneyland in mid July. I had to sneak a peek at the Bunny, and damn... it was the scariest shit I've seen in a while.
I don't have a phobia of mascots, bunnies, or large furry creatures, but the combination of size and maniac expression on this thing was enough to frighten even the parents of the kids getting their pics taken. It was something that just can't be unseen.
Someone from CHOW asked how I did the flame coming out of the dragon below (I can't remember who it was). It is painted using reference from blowtorches, and flame throwers. I used a textured noise dodge brush to get the core white hot and bleed off saturation around the edges, and left a grainy edge in spots as a shape transition to turn the flames form. It's quick and dirty, but gets the idea across.
Deserts, valleys, and dragons.
"I don't have a phobia of mascots, bunnies, or large furry creatures, but the combination of size and maniac expression on this thing was enough to frighten even the parents"
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; April 9th, 2012 at 03:55 AM.
funny painting with han solo and indiana jones. And grat landscapes in your last post
Great artwork love the fact that you uploaded thumbnails of your process, keep the art coming!
Love the sense of space in the desert one!
Really nice updates dude. Your stuff always has so much life in it yet so clean
I'm not going to lie: I can't help but be jealous.
Looking at your work always inspires me to get off my ass and draw!
As artists, we have to learn to see.
Great, diverse pieces you've got here. One thought (particularly on the landscapes), perhaps try having less sharp edges all over the image. Hard light causes hard edges and soft light soft edges, so either try using a softer-edged brush or a blur filter. Personally I'd start the piece big and fuzzy and tighten it up into focus as you go. Magicman's work is a good example of this.
Keep at it, lookin' good!
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