Hell's Bells, the rendering on that angel statue! Fantastic.
MacTire: thanks a lot maaan!
Fernteixeira : thanks dude! glad you think I'm a great artist, fuck! you live here, nice, where exactly? \o
NickyBeats: thanks a lot NickyBeats, characters are so much fun for me ahha
Chips: thanks Chips!
Teundeboer: thank you, they were so much fun haha
wasabi89: thanks a lot! I guess focus on stuff you're not confortable with, but you'd like to learn, always trying different things and having fun
Pedro Cardoso: thanks :B cheers
Mischeviouslittleelf: thanks a lot! I'm working on my style thing you said, really fun thanks for dropping by!
Ludic : WOAAAH thanks! ahah D
Shuty: thanks a lot! glad you like them
fudgeloaf: thanks dude, you guys move me haha
Naked Ninja: thank you \o
HEEEEEY, had work to get done and university things to handle, I should update more oftenly, soon... soon.. D:
focused on finishing images, took me about 8/9 hours D: hope y'all like it (correct version wooah thanks fudgeloaf)
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Looks awesome! I'm from Brazil too, in which city do you live? I live in Porto Alegre.
Molina: thaanks! São Paulo
fudgeloaf? thanks man! yeah, I changed it, it was exactly that haha
yogeshj25: thanks a lot!
heeeeeeey, some weekend studies, finally had some time/motivation YEAH, life drawing is helping me a lot, damn D: and yeah, scanned a sketchbook page ( I miss them, gonna do more soon)
hope y'all like it, cheers \o/
I'm from sao paulo , man xD
I loved the elf ! also great sketchs
"What is a cynic? A man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing." Oscar Wilde
I'd love to patt your butt about how awesome your stuff looks until your butt gets all blistery and sore but I want to give you something more useful..
So, obviously you're really good, everyone can see that. So the only thing I could suggest is probably that you repeat what you've learned. When you draw and paint people, you repeat these without even having to think about it since most of what we do are human-related. But when you do stuff like still lifes of metal and stuff, try and make things that involves metal.
I think that you get a lot more out of the studying if you start doing this. It might feel like it's forcing you to create things you might not want to create at the moment but if you figure out what you'd like to paint one day and then you do a still life that could help that image before you start it, it probably will turn out a lot better after studying stuff that's relevant to the piece.
Hope that makes sense.
You're starting to really get some nice pencils, like in this one. Really sensitive rendering going on there. Nice one.
Really nice work from imagination lately. Stars
Female legs still a little "stocky", but improving
love your sketches man. the use of line is inspiring.
give me crits...neeaaoooooowww
Awesome work Mike! I really like the way you render, even in your sketches!
you're a titan of work man! Great studies -thnx for inspiration
sweet sketchbook man, and awesome amount of work, congrats for the golden boys award too man
Very nice sketchbook. And congrats!
Fernteixeira: we probably live closer than we think haha thanks!
Loathsome:thanks! yeah makes a lot of sense I'm trying to do that right now actually haha
p sage: thank you! glad you like them
heSlimedme: thank yooooou
zryanart: thanks a lot! i probably spend to much time on rendering useless stuff hehe
yogeshj25 : thanks! will do
WaSsiM : thanks man \o/
CUKIERass: thank you
SamC: HAHA awesome thanks! you're a big part of my inspiration thing O:
Gloominati: thanks a lot dude, you are fucking great, love your sketchbook!
Engor: super thanks!
lots of stuff happened! I won the golden boy for October and have had tons of uni work, getting into finals, but son i'll have lots of time to work on my deathline, now i don't really have as much as i wanted.
I've been working mainly on anatomy/lines/structure, need to work on getting my personal paintings done, have some unfinished ones, will share them on the next post
simply amazing work!
Please visit my sketchbook ….I love the feed back
The greatest achievement is selflessness.
The greatest worth is self-mastery.
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.
wow what a great amount of studies, I love all that pencil stuff. Solid work, mate
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