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That unicorn and princess piece turned out real nice!
your ref studies are spectacular. you have a great way of capturing those, making it look so easy.
Love your work, always did.
Love you too.
Realy awsome man, Clean lines and color and great characters!!
MarkWinters - Thanks a lot!
Pat - Gracias babe I love you too!
D@niel - Many thanks!
A few speedpaintings
Love these last two speed paints! especially the Japanese demon god
Thanks Quinn =) I like how it came out too.
Some recent sketches from various sketchbooks:
And the last strip of an online webcomic I illustrated for an Israeli gaming website. It was a really awesome project with more than 200 strips, but when it started to feel more like a chore and less like an awesome challenge I lost interest until I decided to end it.
wow I love your coloring, and especially the mixed animals from the first page.
thanks for your helpful tips again I'll sure try and put them to good use.
you and patri make some kind of rockstar artist couple. your bear and cat creations are adorable. aww and the unicorn..
I'll be back for more inspiration.
Trashy - thanks very much.
SAGIR - I'm glad you like =)
monotony - thank you! You can never go wrong with bears, cats and unicorns
A few sketches for grenog's Gimme Face challenge and a WIP
Some stuff I'm working on. Starting a new piece is fun, finishing is a bit more tricky.
those 2 collabs turned out great, babe.
I`m real proud of us both, I must say...
and I absolutely love that Capn` America. loads of personality and style.
keep it up sweet girl!
The Japanese Demon God in post #63 is hands down my fav - I kept looking at it for a while and I really like it when you get away from the cartoony stuff. That being said I really like this one despite being cartoony - esp how you handled the background. Great stuff!
hehe, those two recent pieces are excellent, as is the cap sketch. nice work throughout.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...
Chuck - thanks hon. I'm proud of us too
Dan Valkar - Thanks man!
n1va - Glad you liked it. It's definitely different from my regular style and was an interesting experiment.
Clochette - Thanks a lot. The robot's colors are mainly Chuck,Mate's work - he's awesome with colors.
wookiedabo - Thank you, I appreciate it!
Hazart - thank you soooo much
Another collab with Pat:
And these are a couple of comic strips for a weekly activity in an Israeli comics forum. Each week a subject is given and participants need to interpret it whichever way they want as long as it's through sequential art. The joke in the second one works better in Hebrew, I promise.
Hi Chate Noir! Incredible sb, I'm very much impressed
Love your sketches and style overall. You pull of both great comic work and then beautiful illustration and some abstract, even! Just wow. I have to subscribe to this awesomeness!
Hehe, and I get the last comic, nice.
AsaB - thanks a million It's really fun to hear.
chrishly - thanks man.
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I absolutely love your stuff, i love the humor behind your pieces.
Also your creatures, the way you mix animals is amazing.
Can't wait to see what you come up with next.
Draw until your hand hurts and then draw some more!!!!
cooll jobs i love this http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13.../RC17-cows.jpg lol
Thanks, destinyapocalypse. Glad you like.
Another photo study, a chosen zebrrot in color for Chuck's Confection and a random illustration.
I saw this one:
in the making - and I still can`t believe how amazing it turned out...
beautiful illustrations and studies again and again. your pencil skills (even those who are digitally crafted) are exquisitely fantastic.
really cool stuff!! I remember I stumbled into your thread a while ago but I couldn't remember who's it was...and here it is!! keep it up!
ps... where did you find "terget's" tutorial?...I've looked but nothing shows up.