very sick stuff here man, love the lines, keep it up
cool shit homes! digital brush exploration is looking sweet, that rake brush or crosshatch'n is sweet in the last portrait. sketches are not a lot, but still cool.
my book o' doodles
Interested in some Team CHOW? i'm all for it :3
Hey Emmett, this is Emma from class. Like I told you today, great stuff -- all of it. Like others have said, seeing some completely fleshed out pieces would be really interesting.
By the way, check out this guy. I don't have a link, but google "Andy P Sketchbook". He's that guy I was trying to find today. I think you'll get a kick out of his stuff.
Hey emma, thanks for dropping by again, maybe ill trick myself into fleshing something out this summer? maybe. Andy's paints in his moleskin are pretty cool.
Thanks brink! havent heard from you in awhile.
Im out of motivation, here is the little amount ive drawn in my sketchbook in the last few days.
Hey, Emmett. I'm loving the distorted anatomy in a few of your recent faces. You managed to keep them grounded in reality, which is kind of awesome (and enviable -- you know, if you ever grew tired of your skill[z], you could always hand them on over to me. Seriously.)
As for a lack of motivation, have you tried finding a change of scene? That's what I do whenever I run dry. I would say go outside, but considering the recent weather, that's probably not a viable option. If that (rather shaky) advice dosen't work, there's always The Cardinal Rule that all we arteests know and love. When in doubt, life draw.
your girlfriend told me about you on craftster, hahah
your style is sweet!
id love to see more finished dudes like this style: http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1210712144
Tiny update on the titan guy just to confirm that im still alive, havent been drawing much, and what i have drawn has been concept work for the 'deep' challenges and is thus super top secret at the moment.
Chelsea: ha, thanks, i linked her your sb once and she told me you two were craftster buddies That syle was allittle while ago, i may bring some of it back once i pile some more mud onto my drawing foundations.
Brinkman: Dood! thanks! send that wip sometime soon aye?
Hey, thanks for the comment on my sketchbook.
I really like your style. Your colors and imagination are a great combination. Liking the landscape studies.
Keep it up!
Please stop by my sketchbook!
Hey Emmett, long time no gush. Glad you've got your mojo back, it's a fucking bitch to lose. It's great to see you working on broading your repertoire with those landscape studies. I particularly liked the thumbnails where you played around with the skies. There's some great potential there -- especially considering your kickass palette. Keep the awesome coming!
Glad to hear it. (I have no freaking idea what that is, but as long as we're using awesome smilies, I couldn't resist.)
Consider my glasses off. And I don't know what your talking about, I'm digging the shading on a lot of these, man. Particularly Brioche-Headed-Woman and those cone (perhaps potato?) heads. And yay for Painter! It's ridiculously fun to play around with -- I can't wait to see what you do with it. Still, I wish you didn't have to isolate liquid ink in it's own layer, but I guess it makes sense, functionally. Or, y'know, maybe I'm just a bit whiny.
Boring day today, here is a b/w brush practice, moving along, im going to try and do several limited pallete drawings in painter untill i get a good grip on how things work. Just sitting down to work now so ill post some later probably.
Aye thank yeh, this is how we do.