I have not been posting on CA in a million years.
Let's see if anyone still cares.
Last edited by skullsquid; June 24th, 2010 at 05:32 PM.
You have some interesting stuff here. I like the comic book style you have going on. Let's see some more!
Check out my sketchbook
Sort of work in progress, just a silly image.
And another stupid sketch with Reagan, Bush Sr. and Nixon in a band.
Mostly, "By the power of Grey Skull" comes to mind.
**Finished Work Thread **Process Thread **Edges Tutorial
Crash Course for Artists, Illustrators, and Cartoonists, NYC, the 2013 Edition!
"Work is more fun than fun."
"Art is supposed to punch you in the brain, and it's supposed to stay punched."
Awwww, I feel loved.
Thanks guys. Sup Ryan long time no see.
And thank you Tristan.
More stuff I've been hiding.
Frazetta master copy I did two months ago?(I don't even remember).
and something I did from life yesterday in a rush.
welcome back man , i hope you īll stick around at least a little longer , great improvements, liking your stuff alot!
aviable for fulltime and freelance
GLad to see your resurgence. Love the yellow graphic of the sword "swish" taht you've included in teh composition to the left. It really ties the piece together. The Frazetta study is wonderful of course, including the unfinished umber brushed ground Don't keep us in suspense for so long, can't wait for your next update.
Sketchbook!! Please help me improve!
Sup guys, I'm on break so I'm taking it easy, maybe too easy. But anyway here's a couple of doodles that I did yesterday. Something more elaborate might ensue soon. Also the latest revision for the stupid warrior girl image.
This is the drawing for a intaglio plate that I am doing next week. I’ll probably want to kill myself after I’m done with it, but I’m busting my ass on this.
Last edited by skullsquid; September 22nd, 2008 at 05:08 AM.
you trick us into thinking you're back and then you disappear again
i am hurt
kudos for actually getting that deathdealer master copy done, and the nike girl piece looks very good.When are you gunna share some more moleskin goodness?
Cool design on the long arm girl and theblahblahBLAHBlahBLAH
ti amo bastardo.
Haha, Ryan you know how I am if I don't have anything I don't post.
I love you too, you magnificent bastard!
Here's some more. Happy Ryan? lol
Yummy stuff man
Blah some scans from my current sketchbook.
John Coltrane because I have to
A boring digi doodle
Wacky, awesome, arty goodness
Keep postin dude!
Sketchbook of the Me type person
My YouTube channel
SuperHero Challenges 2014 - Everyone welcome!:
The Kid Deadpool Challenge! - Deadline: Open for now - we need more peoples to join in
Possible super-articulated pose ref manikin!
It took me a minute to remember why I knew your name. Long ago, I colored something you posted in the coloring book thread. Your stuff has definitely improved since then, and I can see that you're working towards a new style. I love love love the way you handled the John Coltrane studies. It reminds me of early twentieth century pen and ink artists, like Leyendecker and Gibson.
I really like the flow of the plate you posted in #14. The composition works well as far as bringing attention to the man, the ship, and back around again without drifting off the page. I like it a lot. Should be nice when it's finished.
Great stuff. Welcome back!
Thank you The7Artist7
And hey Senira I do remember you. Thanks for the slight comparison with Leyendecker and Gibson hahah, although I feel unworthy.
Thanks for dropping by.
Here is the final product of yesterday's doodles. Pencil, gouache, watercolor and copic multiliners.
and random ass photoshop went crazy version
New thingie for my printmaking class, this is going to be a two plate print this time and on photo plates instead of zinc plates, so it should be easier.
Snake Plissken is the ultimate badass and always will be.
Thanks DoubleThink will do.
Anyhoo, I'm in a warhammery mood. Here's some produce.
this is very very good sir
and extra cheers for snake
Thank you Equality, much appreciated.
And thank you snake, extra cheers for Plissken indeed.
Here's a work in progress for a limited run silkscreen poster, 3 layers probably, still need to clean up finish the lines and figure what colors I'm going to do on it.
Ahh, such great work man!!