Some stuff from this week, a vampire study, and the Hulk! Thanks.
Howdy fellow Ghoulunatic!~ I'm long overdue for leaving a comment on here, especially since i drop though here at least once a month. You know i've got a warm spot in my chest cavity for all of your horror creations, but what i like best about your work is that it often looks as if something is forming through a fog. Lots of loose lines but they all have a purpose.
Awesome buck toothed vampire as well, that classic Nosferatu look always creeped me out the most. Keep it up amigo!
@AustenFM- Thanks man, right back at ya. I think everybody on CA,me included, knows your stuff is amazing.
More hulk from today, gonna try to nail down what I like best about the big green guy, maybe do some comic samples. Need figure out a rendering/ inking style. Also a vampire study I messed around with thanks.
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These are just marvelous. I love your color and your rendering style!
i love your drawings the lines are so free and expressive but the image is still clear and readable.
Super creepy and awesome!
wow really amazing sketchbook, i loved the female artwork especially
question: about ur technique and when materials you use... i obviously see pencils but ..what do you use to get that smudgy nice shading cloud effect? standard tortillon? and one of the pencils seems really wide at the tip
@prsnsweeney- Right back at ya. Thanks really digging your work lately especially the watercolors.
@Naszia- Thank you, aim to please.
@Sporus- Thanks, smudging is mostly where my hand rubs the paper. I sometimes use a finger, and yes I use a wide pencil at times (mostly the side of the pencil)
@p sage- You sir are very kind, Thanks.
Anyway here's a couple of sketches, Bela Lugosi's mug & a werewolf wip I started, still working on it but I wanted to scan it in before I wore a hole in the paper. Thanks
Man, you've got a dark imagination. It's just a statement, not a compliment or a complaint.
I think, not just in your gripping faces, and unfinished "mysteriousness" on the page, but also in your very dark gestural strokes, which selectively reveal nightmares lurking on the page. uhm.. I like the way the first sketch pops out on page 1.
yeah. Peace. (and oh yeah, don't show this to little kids, lol)
maybe you already have...? duh duh duh.. peace.
Behind every great master is a great student...
Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
Wooah, you have some wicked cool drawings! Would love to see some of them in a more finished form, or in a illustration. You asked about if i do imaginative works. Well, I've been trying to do them, they are out of my comfort zone, soo Yep, I'm definitely doing them and trying to push forwards. Currently I'm working on the crimson daggers bloodsports challenge, and that is from my imagination. Heh, It feels really difficult but it's so much fun at the same time. Keep up the great work, hope to see more from you in the future :3
Thx for stopping by my sketchbook. You are very inspiring. The female portrait is dope! are these PS ? i cant tell (which is amazing) I can see you are using more of the broader lines and little construction to find form. The un-finished aspect of the images is actually a compliment to your style..
pheeew srry if Im blowing too much smoke up your ass (you deserve it)
wow them studies are insane, I especially like the werewolf.
Absolutely amazing x_x.. I love all of your drawings, your creature studies.. Your vampires are brilliant. The werewolves.. The bela sketch is so amazing.. Just massively impressive!
My Sketchbook :
Excellent work, man. Getting a great vintage Marvel/Kubert feel. I'd dig to see how it develops.
Keep it up!
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