Spade-Thanks! Interesting though, I dont think my life drawings are clean, but maybe thats because my teachers are so much better and cleaner.
Frazetta study again, I am going to try to do more with this one though. About an hour.
i always love stopping by and checking out your life drawings. also, those franzetta studies are looking might fine, if i must say so myself. keep it up brutha man
my name backwards is werdnA
my website yo!
There is much brilliance in your work. If you keep working at it you'll be able to shine as brightly as the very best artists on the planet.
My only advice for you is to challenge yourself. I know you can do more than what we have seen. Work hard to cultivate your gifts, not everyone has what you do.
real nice sketches man. i like the leg page
they all seem faint to me though. do you just scan them in and dont tamper with them? and thank for the link. pretty sweet school
this one reminds me of of something AndrewLey recently did.
you draw too much man, you are putting me to shame!
Your work is really starting to come together, your shadows are a tad spotty and your halftones a bit muddy in the last few life drawings, also a bit to much use of hard outlines for my personal taste (although you may be after that look) Solid stuff nonetheless. Your work ethic inspires me.
Goodbye..fromthevoid-Thanks for the nice comment, it made my day. I think anyone can have what I have, just go to Watts, or get the proper training. I know I do need to push myself harder.
MattGamer-Thanks, I do tamper with them a bit, since the scan dulls it all down but not too much.
MikeHayes-Thanks, yes I guess I am a sketchaholic, but I feel I need to do more. I know my tones can get messy and my shadows spotty, conte stick is hard for me, but Lucas showed me some cool stuff yesterday.
Very nice oil wash Matt looking good, I see you've been doing bridgeman studies too. Very cool stuff going on here keep it up man Nice work Matt. I think you're ready to start tackling some finished drawings from your head. Thats my only crit of yoru sketchbook. Good work though keep it up.
love the latest update. that face is very nice
and you've inspired me to go to WATTS. me and Chris Mayernik might go there.
ashrumm-Thanks! I am trying to come up with more ideas for characters and images.
Idiot Apathy-Thanks, gald i could help.
MattGamer-Thanks. You should go to Watts, its the best.
Studies and sketches for some ideas for the blizzard art contest, I want to try to get a piece done for it, I want to do the barbarian from diablo 2.
really superb sketches. i want to see your blizzard entry!
i might enter it too... if school doesnt mess my free time up this weekend. hehehe
The hand and figure sketches are freaking cool!
love this one too>
MattGamer-Thanks, try to do the contest too, its not due for a few more weeks.
Reproductions came out alot darker than expected, I may re shoot them later. The Frazetta should be done in a few days, and the portrait I will be repainting over with color in 2 weeks for class.
That's some awesome pencils. All the watts stuff blows my mind... and the Wiestling copy looks great.
I'll try a crit... With the digis, perhaps you could push the shape boundaries a little so that the edge transitions are value -> value, instead of value -> line -> value. Do ignore me if that was the intent.
gorgeous update man. i wish i had time to enter the contest
though i already know amazing artist will already be entering it and i wouldn't have a chance.
keep the beautiful renderings coming! i love them!
i'm also going to try to get some painting ... real painting started this winter. it's exciting!
Man this ones fantastic.. looking excellent in here.. keep it up
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
Meatsworthy-Thanks for the crit, though the way you wrote it, i dont quite understand what you said.
MattGamer-Thanks, my blizzard piece probably wont be anything spectacular, i got to get crackin on it.
Your forms and values are very good, very well studied. Do you study at an atelier or under a neoclassicist? It's your choice but I'd be careful. I've seen this style before, be wary of becoming one of many. I say this because I care, not pretentiously.
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