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The new digitals are wicked cool!! Also I wish I knew french. I bet the dialogues in the sketches are as funny as the expressions on the faces. :p
Yo, thanks a lot guys for the support and kind words!
Axelga, on digitals i'll try to put the text for both language for the english audience.
Some bar doodles
A stupid guy
A thing i'm working on it's an early stage but wanted to show some step.
Yo, thank you axelga, didn't know this comic and it's very very cool! thanks for sharing.
I've made a little exposition here Boulangerie bar in Lille, with my friend Dayan
Some pictures on my blog if you want to have a look, i sell quite every paintings from the blog so feel free to contact me if you are interested.
Louvre Lens session:
And last but not least, some collab with StephaneFert/Ilun
(Nous vendons toujours les originaux signés avec un peu de bière renversée dessus)
Your flow is getting better within your drawings. I like your style.
"Observing the world around me"
Your sketches are so fluid and have this amazing graceful flow to them. Can't wait to see more =]
I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!
Yo , thx for the replies
Hey there still some experiments:
some doodles from sketchbook (sorry can't scan, it's too small)
car session with initzs
and some collabs with my friend stephane fert
Hey bouroune, you have a stunning sketchbook, such a diverse range of artistic styles. Your illustrative work is the most striking to me and has a charming but emotive quality to it. Did you find that your stylized work evolved after you had a good understanding of basic principles, or was this a style that you have always had as an artist? Keep up the awesome work
hey jordan, thanks for the words! i would like to know what did you mean by illustrative work? not sure to understand.
To answer your question, the stylization came naturally, influenced by my 3D character animation background i guess, but it definately took place when i started digitals seriously and
when i was doing lots of live model session aside from that, so sure my stylized work evolved a lot as practicing. it's also related to my process, with not many effects but with emphasis on
basics shapes, lighting etc.. i try to achieve a clearly understandable and powerful image or character, that's also a reflexion of my thoughts on what should my draw express.
Thanks for the response bouroune, I always love hearing what artists have to say about their approach I'm a recent graduate from 3d animation and thought you may have also been from an animation background. When I mentioned illustrative work, I meant your stylized work in general, but in particular, the comic book panels you have shown at the top of the page. It has a great quality of colour and line work to it. Similar to "Waltz with Bashir" in it's aesthetic character. Can't wait to see more.
killer lines and love that use of blacks in your shadows! very cool style, it feels very much alive. lots of movement in these, nothing feels static. great stuff!!
Fantastic, energetic work in here.
Five stars from me.
Last edited by The Fez; April 2nd, 2013 at 07:28 PM.
Yo, thank you all for the kind words, really appreciate.
Here is a little speed on pulp fiction as i have a tablet those days..
Hey joe (like hendrix would say), nope, it's a Maredsous glass but you were close
Yo, Thanks a lot gregoo! i'm glad it makes you wanna try something
random stuff, getting back to the tablet slowly..
Finished that one