Oh yes, updates! Nothing new to say, your art rulz
your in NYC salaryman??? and an X "vandal"???
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
check the interview linked by KhenU, he's in Brighton, UK, or at least he was at the time.
Amazing work. Where I'd like to be someday. I love the line work.
Are you doing your final coloring on those soldiers and stuff digitally?
thought my ears were burning GunTrouver!
small update, not too impressed with these pages, but there you go:
only one thing worth salvaging (maybe), inspired by Umberto Eco's Baudolino:
And one in a series of die,Robot! Hopefully I'll explore more of this future luddite-ary (?) now and then. Technically wanted to 'mix' mediums in a vague editorial manner:
For the first time in my life I have an appropriate excuse for no updates and shoddy workmanship : Mia Rae and Lyra Eve, born 15th of January 2006. These two little salarygirls are my finest work ever. Despite being 7 weeks early they proved all the experts wrong by being absolutely perfect. That said, they've needed a lot of care spending 3 weeks in hospital. Now they are home the chaos can commence! So excuse me if my updates become even less frequent...
To everyone who commented, thanks, as always, it means a great deal, thankyou for taking the time.
Guess I may have to change my output.. Dragonettes anyone?
ps: Lyra is named after a constellation in case anyone was thinking elsewise...
Last edited by salaryman; February 27th, 2006 at 10:30 AM.
This sketchbook of yours is my absolute favorite thread. These posts are a great inspiration. Congratulations and thanks for posting.
Yea, congrats Mr.
Wish my dad had been a great artist.
salaryman says : "small update, not too impressed with these pages, but there you go"
I understand self criticism .. but that post .. man .. I hate you ..
And mad congrats on the toddlers .. peace
Okey dokey..and here's a big *SUBSCRIBE*..
Oh such beautifully clean and dynamic work. A master's touch you have.
Also let me add my congratulations to the massive heap.
Wow, just had to say that your line work is amazing. Very cool, indeed.
congratulations on the salarygirls man. must be an amazing experience.
do drop some new pages every now and then, i know i need my fix.
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine
This is so sweeeet!!!! You're awesome!!
unfuckinbelievable. i highly admire your work sir.
did all of Saturday's sketchbook threads disappear somewhere..? Man, computers... no wonder people treat 'em mean:
have one more of this series to get finished for now, but back at work so who knows when that'll be done!
seeing as I'll not be updating with my own stuff so regularly, I'll attempt to stop by all you guyses books and say hellooo.
thanks all again!
Last edited by salaryman; February 27th, 2006 at 10:32 AM.
yeah congrats man, excellent stuff as usual, the get robot stuff is amazing
Congrats on the little salarygirls
Really dig what you did with the Baudolino character. I just finished reading the book 3 weeks ago and your interpetation brings back warm memories. Also good work on the Aguirre stuff a few pages back, you captured Klaus Kinski really well imo
All the best
awesome, updates! really nice set of new characters, and the two more "finished" images (baudolino and tilt are very nice indeed. i'd like to see more of those toned drawings like baudolino.
BIG CONGRATS on the twins!!
Wow! Truely amazing! I love it all...
If it were socially acceptable - I'd wear a cape.
Man, I love this sketchbook so much! The characterizations, the hands, the line quality, etc etc. It's something I could stare at all day long.
Congrats on the newborn girls.
p.s. If you never want to do 3D work again, I'd recommend putting out some prints and/or books because you have a helluva following. The graf sketches would sell like hotcakes on t-shirts for the hipster urban types.
Last edited by Dutton; February 21st, 2006 at 01:09 AM.
im still in love with your sketchbook! its one of the greatest inspirations and my favoritestest things here on ca.. btw: Do you draw props n vehicles at all? I dont remember seeing any around here.
I like the print / book idea.. Congrats on them twins
He better be careful with that axe.
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
....man, i just discovered this thread. and, um...this is insane! i wish i ran a publishing house or something, cuz this needs to be published on fine print!
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