dont ever stop.. im addicted
dont ever stop.. im addicted
Riddick- they were for a possible star warz game(never went thru). and thank you.
Obilo- i guess the answer would have been nope, but thanks for asking.
nicolas- thank you.
steak-tron- thank you. as for the c.s.lewis comp, on that one i worked over a 3D stub that gave me a rough set-up for the basic perspective problems. it was the first time that i've ever tried something like that. sometimes it's a very cool way to work. thanks for all the luvin kudos'.
Icey-doing environment concepts is fave of mine...thanks.
Faaaccceee!!!!!- i can't find that image anywhere in my files sorry man. hope all is well with you. did you ever land job?
Ved- the way i work back & fourth between the 2 programs is never the same. i just go with a feeling for something and i just know when i need to throw it into the other program or not. sometimes i will stay with painter 6 or photoshop CS all the way thru an image. although in the last year or so i've been using allot more PS than painter. so doing a tutorial would be tricky for me, because there are so many different ways that i work on an image. wildcats was a fun run. glad you liked it.
Undertow- yeah it's been a few months at least. i just got way busy with all aspects. thanks, i appreciate your comments.
Danilo- thank you.
elihanselman- i appreciate it.
Arctis- thanks. the large space on the left was for the copy. it was designed for a wrap around box cover.
Riddick- thanks again man.
chain&jane- thank you again too.
Gezstar- thanks man. i dig you recent posts.
Nineveh- glad you liked the fishtank. tank you.
Oregano- you are welcome. glad you liked it.
FlameWar- gracias sir.
MoP- thanks the compliments. AHAHAHA! how in the world did you figure that one out!? i can't even read it now. did sweet tell you? it's an inside joke a few of us have from the old black isle days.
el norteno-thanks. no he came to the laguna art school one weekend, but i have friends who went there (AC) tell me the same thing. he was a great model indeed.
kalakal- thanks man.
Nice, Very nice!
Thanks for sharing.
I wrote my first reply before your black&white pictures were loaded by my slow connection...
Damn it : they are sooo good !!! You rrrreally impressed me : now, you have a new fan.
That's also great that a guy like you find the time to answer to each reply... it deserves respect, man.
Good luck for your projects, and keep posting !
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as always...really nice additions!! Composition on the panels is excellent...I'm jealous
keep 'em coming man... i saved every one of these. where'd you goto school btw?
alti- thanks man.
Ismail- you're welcome.
Arctis- sorry for the large thread. i know some machines are choking on it. thanks for the compliments. glad i have a new fan.
pstraub- thanks phil, your work is lookin killer.
Odds- very cool that you're saving some of my work. i went to school at fullerton community college. justin sweet and vance kovacs were students there as well (just many years after me
a few more pieces.
Paint 32 and 84 are so good!!!
You really could be a very impressive comic book artiste!!
The last pictures with the team are nice too!
You are fast or never stop?? LOL
very very awsome stuff, it's pretty amazing on how many differenct subjects you cover. Totally inspiring thanks for posting!
Hey JD long time no see. No troll pics, aww man!! I'm working in Phoenix, AZ. at Rainbow Studios. I started working there early february. So yeah I'm part of the work force again, Yay!!!Originally Posted by jdinx
Riddick- thanks again man.
flaptraps- thank you & you're welcome.
Icey- are you still with us?
Faaaccceee!!!!!!- haha, i could hear you say it! glad to know you got work again buddy. let me know what yur wrkn on.
Red Rook- thank you for that.
Just had to say... some really beautiful work there. Particularly appreciate the models texture work.
Wow ! Amazing work man!
and so many different styles / types of work
it’s be way to long since my last post, so I thought I’d make it worth while…with a link to my new website. still may have a bug or 2 in it, but for the most part it’s fin-ee. a couple months back I decided to go freelance after many years of working for da man. so far so good
i worked on the rise of the kasai, kri was already done when i started on at bottle rocket. i think the artwork you're referring to was done by a guy named jeff merghart. he works down at sony interactive in sd. ( i think). i worked with his brother steve at BR on the kasai.
whoa- I'm really blown away by the quality (and quantity) of work here. You seem to be able to it all.. (i'd love to see some oils! )
I would write more but I'm so inspired I'm gonna go back to my easel and paint (where I should be). Thanks so much for posting this..I'll be bookmarking that website and visiting often. Cheers
WOWWW.... I'm in awe...
i'm going to look through these all over again
damned duuuuuude...stop hoggin all the phucken skills and leave some for the rest of us up-comers....ha ha just playin....but seriously. your work is OUT OF CONTROL. keep it coming ...it's inspiration to us all
"Cause I don't give a f*ck I take traveler's checks!"
you have a great imagination. the pen and ink comic pages, and some of the graphite stuff above it on the first page, really remind me of n8 van dyke's stuff. I think you guys just have similar characters, similar textures and use of line. I really enjoy the diversity of your styles when you change media. crazy stuff.
This thread Is awesome!
You are awesome!
I swear this has already been asked but, have you ever thought about making an artistic process?
Anyways, just keep on posting *thumbs up*
awesome stuff..i like your life drawings the best..especilly the old fellah samurai ..great character on him..
Awesome work I must say. truely you are inspiration to those of us that need to work more. One of the main things that I've taken from you work is to be great one truely must do alot of work. Practice and grow. Just based off the work you loaded on the site is alot! But when you one thinks about it, it probably really isnt even a fraction of all the work you've done. Good Job!
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