Last edited by DeKal; November 12th, 2010 at 11:40 PM.
some older illustrations.
Last edited by DeKal; March 10th, 2009 at 12:07 PM.
Now this is interesting. I really like the first drawing, just really, really, especially the backstabbing guy's knife-brandishing hand. I also like this one, not sure why; the colors are nice and calming, and I personally find the incomplete parts intriguing (it's prol'ly just me and my noobish ways). The lady's neck in this one is sorta bugging me, though maybe it was elongated intentionally, 'cos I noticed a tendency of exaggerated characteristics.
Anywho, I'll be keeping an eye out for this thread. :<
hmm i've seen your work somewhere else but i can not remember where....
anyway i do like it.
28chelseaslater - thank you both
Natalie Hall - you cant remember huh? where are you from?
Nuked Tofu - wow..thanks a lot. yea the neck was intentional..i like it.
heres a bunch of kinda old sketches..not thaaat old..but not recent.
Last edited by DeKal; February 20th, 2008 at 02:15 AM.
I saw your work in Imagine FX not too long ago. It was certainly among some of the better stuff in there. I think your finished pieces are beautiful, but how's about showing off some more of your sketches? I'm certain there must be more pencil work to accompany all that incredible digital work. Can't wait!
I'm living in Florida. Sarasota going to RCAD
This is really great stuff.
only thing I could say is that in the red painting of the woman it seems like she doesn't have enough of a skull
Sketch book \/ \/ \/ \/ : p
The Gabblemancer Abides!
Cool stuff! It seems like you have a solid base of anatomy and are using it in an interesting way. The most striking are the expressions and the hands. Looking forward to seeing more.
Arthe Xavier - thank you
FunkdaFide - really appreciated..ill try to get some more sketches for you soon
Natalie Hall - gotchuh..i stay in ft. lauderdale..i wonder where u saw my stuff
Kai Black - thanks..yea her head is a little weird right..most of my stuff comes out like that.
Hellbeard - really really appreciated
InvertedChalupa - thanks man...yea those life drawing sessions at coffee shops are great practice for trying to get the essence in the first lines.
Joey-b - thanks bro
some traditional things
Last edited by DeKal; February 20th, 2008 at 02:06 AM.
i dont know..i like the black and whites better right?
Last edited by DeKal; December 27th, 2007 at 01:26 AM.
dude you rock!
i'm loving your sketchbook! quality work!! keep it up man!
save me with your crits!
You have some awesome work going on here; the first piece especially. The expressions and the body language (the grace with which that hand holds the knife...) are wonderful.
In your last post, I agree that the black and white versions look better than the colored version, which looks a little flat. I think it's partially due to the lack of a highlight for the eye, and the tattoo, which doesn't really look like it's curving with the forehead.
VenustusVis - thank you both for real
Skunkitorium - appreciated man..hmm..i thought i did a decent job with the tattoo..oh well.
heres my medusa for the chow 100.
dude awesome stuff lov the medusa!!!
pld: NEED CRITIQUE! But BEWARE your Eyes might BLEED OUT of YOUR eye SOCKETS <---cause I really suck and haven't done shit pld:
My Sketch Book!
Mr-Joe - thanks man..yea i did. but only to start out with..my medusa doesnt look a whole lot like the ref i had...
RaistlinTheDark - thanks a lot man..i like how it came out too
_^SlayeR^_ - thanks..i know..im tryin to get more painterly..its tough to stop blending everything but im workin on it.
heres a new portrait i just did. i think i should start messin with environments pretty soon.
Aye, DeKal, first time seeing any of your art work, and what's identified is that you have the ability to draw natural, fluid poses in all of your characters - a force to reckon with the paintbrush. In the black and white portraits of the woman, the 3rd sketch is the best one - she looks enchanting, though the shadow cast by the angle of her cheekbone could be softened. Your style reminds me of an artist named "Eurayo" on here, who has his own sketchbook called "Eurayo's Crab Gumbo." Your entry for Medusa is an archaic serpentine queen - a combination of darkness and the ivory roots of humanity.
I've never asked anybody on CA before, but would you be interested in posting some of your art on a rap music forum with an artwork section? The forum is called Rapflava.com, which I've been on since around 2004. There's a great community of rappers, poets, musical audience, and short story writers. If you have time, I'd like for you to register and showcase some of your work in the art section. Have a good new year - I'll be back when the moon rises again.
Keep doing you
Hi, DeKal! -) Excellent works! I like this one very much! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1198471347
it's you? http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1198472696 cute ^___^
These look great, your anatomy work is especially impressive. Keep it going!
KelsM - thanks...i will..keep checkin back
Vulgar` - so much appreciated man.. give me the link to that guys stuff so i can check him out. also i went ahead and posted some stuff on that site. heres the link to the thread: http://www.rapflava.com/forums/best-...ml#post1414100
Ketka - thanks..yea that one is me..you like it huh?
Nizza_waaarg - thanks man..im pretty satisfied with my medusa..usually im not with my stuff but i do really like how she came out.
cgaddict - thanks!
heres some older sketches again..ive been busy with projects so havnt gotten the chance to just sketch..hope you all enjoy these in the mean time.
some are from ref some arent. you should be able to tell.
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