and i like drawing with thinking,usually,when i sketching,i want some sealed detail,and it"s quite funny by the manner.also,it"s will failed sometimes.
of course,it"s just a custom for me.funny,quite simpleness:>
king of elf concept
love all the work you're producing! I cant believe you work with those microns! They drive me crazy, I love rapidoliners though... have you tried those before? Get some great line quality with them !
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Five stars definitely!!!
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Hey George, I always look through this thread. You kind of put me off producing stuff. Must be nice to be this skilled. You're an artistic hero.
Keep submitting and I'll stay mesmerized.
Many thanks for sharing and happy Christmas.
You are such a versatile artist! Looking through this sketchbook was incredibly fun, because there's so much diversity. You are just as capable of drawing a cartoon child as you are a giant monster or a mechanical warrior. I also love your line work, and your females are wonderfully rendered. It's very inspiring.
In particular, I ADORE that cover illustration in post #901. It's just gorgeous!
Altogehter, this sketchbook is incredibly yummy! ♥
Mr.Delicious:HEHE,thank you,in fact, i"m more like crazy theme&style than ecumenic business draws,never tried it.also,from your threads, i can feel your enthusiasm,especially those boxing sketchs~cool!
NUBB:also like your works,nice colors!Really nice stuff ~full of joy review these.
JPW:happy Christmas to you:> i"m also with funny review your thread,have many quite entertaining ideas~
VICKIE B: overpraise:>although my sketchs with some different motif,but usually,i"m more like elevated themes,also,nice girl drawing is a importment part in it.wish you can find some help from here,keep up!~
i realy love the way you handle and combine analog and digital sketching/painting...
your pictures gave me the strength to believe in loose styles
greets from germany
Your sketches are amazing! Do you mostly just sketch with those pens?
kristo :i"m please you like these,greets from china!~
algenpfleger:the guy in the last sketching say:"Merry Christmas! "hehe~~
sagacious:usually, i just use 2B pencil and signature pen by hand .
just....awasomeeeeeee..........! man, gretesttt.........., huge.... inspirational,horisan of creativiety.....amassing lighting.......n owasome in anatomy......graet masters touch....pls comeon my thred n coment on, sir..... pls.....,i m your fan now....!!!
you are back..
mind blowing....as usual..
hey..would u mind showing that sketch you are doin in front of your comp..?
There is but one short cut to success...apparently its called Hardwork.
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one character concept for a cancel item,a pity......
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MeTaL-Mike:hehe...it"s so hard to reply your question, about how to use colors and other techniques,no some principle or especial ways to me,because usually will fall across differ styles item,so i cannot but changes colors styles for it,so to me,maybe it"s custom drive me done ,just it.
bharat:thank you,welcome here:
animosapien:hi,my friend,haven"t seen you for some time,all right? which sketch? my english is some poor....hehe...happy xmas too!~
to my tata,:>happp new years!~~
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specialy i like a beauty of the lady, ....ummmee.... amasing work, dude....keep it up, HAPPY NEW YEAR in addvance ,
god blessu ..... pls visit me n coment pls.....bye tc....
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George, I have one word for ya...
The mass of work you have is vibrant and beautifully rendered. It seems to me that you have taken bits from both the Oriental method and the Renassance/Baroque european method and stuck it in a blender and got something that goes beyond both.
It's a shame I can't read Chinese (any of the different dialects...) I bet there's all sorts of juicy info in there.
Thanks for posting these wonderful works
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