Norman Rockwell right? or was his inspired from another painting? I can't imagine so, considering that time period, but I'm sure his inspiration came from a concept of the dinner table.
O.O woah. you are amazing. o.o I feel so small and amazing when I look at your work.
Sketchbook > http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...13#post3372113
You, sir, are the modern equivalent of Da Vinci, Michelangelo and the like. There's a perfect harmony between knowledge of anatomy and creativity to paint an image that pulls a viewer in in your images. I can only wish to become just as good in both fields as you are.
Check your favourite Imaginary Friend's Sketchbook here (oh and don't forget to say hi)!
It's a spoof on a Norman Rockwell painting for National geographic.
thank you very much sir!
thank you my friend!
I use both, and it really depends on the subject.
thank you! Never feel small we all have to start somewhere, besides you are lucky to have talent I saw your sketchbook, great life drawings, paintings and perspective so keep up the great work.
You are far too kind my friend, but I thank you for even putting my name on the same page as those great artists.
Thank you my friend!
Doomsday preppers, wow thats brilliant!
Mike!! i will never grow tired of seeing your updates!! really your skill just goes onward and upward! your such a hard working dude, i aspire to have half of your ability. keep working hard man!!
Thank you sir and your posts 299 and 300 were great!
hey thanks man! Your last post 2434 was fantastic, great sketch.
Mike you are true master of technique and creativity! The posters are amazing as usual. How did those hilarious watercolor biker dudes pop into your mind...how do you approach work like this, where you obviously have to step way out of you comfort zone regarding what somebody is used to draw.
Ps.: i'm talking more about my comfort zone than yours. I think your comfort zone is everywhere, which i only can assume must feel quite cozy!
Crazy amount of work in here. And every bit of it is insanity. I have to agree with NickyBeats, totally aspire to even have half your ability. One thing I say every time I come here is, "Damn, I gotta work harder!" lol Don't quit posting anytime soon Mike.
"You can't do sketches enough. Sketch everything and keep your curiosity fresh.” - John Singer Sargent
“It is not a daily increase, but a daily decrease. Hack away at the inessentials.” ― Bruce Lee
"Every one hundred drawings, you WILL get better at drawing. Scientifically speaking." -Med
Click Hither on Mah Sketchbook
Hey guys I am posting a kind of step by step, here I finished the eye and will start the mouth and other eye next.
Hey thanks man!!
Thanks man, the Wicked is a kids story I've been working on for sometime and it's just fun to do something different.
Thank you sir!
I'll finish the teeth and then start on the girl.
First color blocking.
thank you sir!
thank you and my pleasure!
Thanks Mike for the step by step it looks and sounds so great. Are you painting with acrylics to do this rather than oils? I can't help but wish you were one of the instructors coming to London for the Conceptart workshop as I would love to see you demo something like this.
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