great stuff man, always good to see process shots and you have so much of it i love specialy your lines. keep it coming
I know you may not know me but i need help making something that has to do with nature and zombies or corpses. The reason im saying this is because im trying to make and album cover for my band called Corpse of Nature and i cant seem to think of a good one please reply because i need help desperately
hey Glen, its been a while. I lik eyour doodles. but you need to wrap yourself around another TD or some thing. enjoyed stoppin by
To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.
Wow. I'm disturbed. Great Job!
There is nothing cooler than a zombie.
whoa that last piece is scary, its kinda convincing for me not to go to the creeks
my final piece for my art class last term had a hand very similar to thisas part of it,
not accusing anyone of anything, i'm just shellshocked at the probability of people ages apart coming up with the same idea!!!!!!!pld: pld:
(then again, wasnt a very original idea, but still, Far out man)pld:
NIce s'book by the way! i'd like to see more!
Sorry for the lack of any updates and responses to comments. I know, I'ma ass.
Sealegs- Thanks man!
Machineabuse- Thanks man, it's a fun way to work.
Pascallo_ thanks for you crit!
maxetormer- You're too kind with you stars, thank you!
AK86- Thanks! I'll try and post more when I can.
Call0ps- I love to see other peoples process. I'm glad to share what I know to others. I just wished I had more to share.
joker448-I'm sorry I couldn't help you out. I think I was in China when you posted. Sorry.
(c)- Hi C, you still fighting the good fight? Thanks for dropping by!
chaosrocks- Hi Chaos! Long ime no post. So when's the next TD?
Dan Valkar- Thanks man, It was way buried and crusty. I hadn't updated in months so it was off the chart. Thanks for dropping by. I appreciate the compliment!
MaxoftheSouth- Oh yeah, zombies rock.
Gerbil Fetus- Hey man, no prob. That was nothing original by any means. Just having some fun in photoshop. Thanks for dropping by, I'll try and post more!
Brun- Yeah, I need to do a bit more of that. Thanks for stopping by!
Well, here's something for this months Stylized Animal Challenge.
Croc style, boom like that!
Last edited by Ostrander; September 3rd, 2007 at 01:23 PM.
ChaoticKnight- Hehehe, thanks for the compliment!
Dan Valkar- Thanks Dan, I appreciate your input!
Here's something I did real quick for this weeks Nightmare of the Week activity.
"Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, tonight you will see things that no man was meant to see. Creatures that shouldn't be! A disaster of unnatural proportions in the progression of human evolution!! Prepare yourselves! And do run, for if you do it will surely provoke this creatures most primal instincts to give chase...feast your eyes on the amazing grotesqueries of the unknown! Born half man and half cat! BEHOLD!! The Cat-Man!!"
Born Edwin Delacroix, October 17th 1887, in Wierton, West Virgina. Lizabell Stuben and Philip Delacroix's youngest child of 19 children was born with a rare unknown dis figuration that some say gave him the odd resemblance of a cat.
At 17, Edwin was asked by P. William Burgunsey to be a part of his Red Stripe Carnival Productions. Edwin received an $8,000 dollar sign on bonus upon his acceptance to be the star attraction in "Dr. Var E. Gross's Freakish Delights"
showcase at the RSCP. Billed as The Cat-Man, half man, half cat. Edwin became a celebrity over night. Burgunsey traveled across most of the Eastern seaboard with Edwin as well as across the Midwest and Deep South and every show was sold out with spectacular earnings and raving critics and audiences alike. At the peak of Edwin's success, at age 34 he died in his sleep due to respiratory complications.
Man..this is one of the most grotesquely awesome things I have seen you do in a long time! I really think this is a step up! My only comment is that denim textures could be pushed further.
Awesome stuff man, like the crocodile dude, let the guitar reflect some red on his arm and leg maybe.
The NOW is realy freaky man, good job!
nice stuff over here dude!!
please keep sharing!
"Dream is not what you see while sleeping ...
It is the thing which does not let you sleep. "
Your work is extremely impressive. I love your characters, there really freaky and completely captivating. All your illustrations communicate really well. Keep up the amazing work.
I also really enjoyed how you placed everything so we could really see the creative process.
Thanks for sharing.
Nyx702- Thanks man! It was a quick piece so I jumped right in and skipped the value study phase. I see what you mean about the denim. I guess in my mind it wasn't a focal so I skimped out on some detail there.
Manuel_Calavera- I'm glad you like my work. I appreciate you dropping by, I'll try and post more stuff as I can.
chrishly- Thanks! I did that for a traveling North American sketchbook that was making the rounds in my neck of the woods. It was alot of fun to do. Thanks for your vote of confidence on 5 stars too!
Pascallo- Hey Pascallo thanks for dropping by again. I went back in and added some reflective light from the guitar to those parts on the final pic in the finished section of that competition. Thanks for the advice!
brunopicinini- Thanks bruno!
ReCreate-Thanks! I love sharing process stuff.
alesoun- Well, there are a ton of more amazing sketchbooks than mine. I can see how it would be easily missed. That and I'm a sporadic updater. Thanks for dropping by!
Speaking of process shots here is the process to NOW#4
I started off with a quick ballpoint pen doodle on copy paper and scanned it in and went from there. It was all done with a hard round brush in photoshop with 100% opacity and 100% flow. No magic.
Thanks for stopping by!
Roc on bro.
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