The only thing I get from these pics...is that you avoid drawing feet!
I kid, I kid! nice designs.
My SketchBook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=139784
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=192127"Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."-John Huston, Director
the next creature i do will be just for you "THE FOOT MONSTER"!!!
Special thanks to domestic support, you guys are great!
Talason will haunt my imagination for a long time. Well done.
A webcomic of Apocalyptic proportions.
Raúl.Arbeloa: hehe well hello there, finally uploaded some new and old stuff here, it was about time
Dementist: but he is a sweethart, no need to be afraid of him, it's the other two you should be worried about
I really love your style
@getgeet7, DANKA, Rano: thank you so much guys, you're to kind!
sb most art copied to page 1
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Bdbros: hehe, sure wish someone from pixar would share the same opinion, thank you very much!!!
Hof: thx man!
AndreRuben: thank you, i'm very glad you like 'em, i love them all but those two are kind of my secret favorites too (i'm a horrible parent)
Velocity Kendall: hehe, glad you think so
pockypuu: thank you very much, i have visited your blog and must say i'm really faltered by your comment. And big CONGRATULATIONS for wining the scholarship for the Illustration Academy, you truly deserve it!
MyNameIsSwann: i'm blushing right now, thank you so much!
SERBIAN MYTHOLOGY - REBBELS (WITCHES AND VAMPIRES)
These are some of the illustrations i did for the third and final tome of the Serbian Mythology trilogy, called "Rebels - Witches and Vampires".
Once again it was a pleasure to work with a team of super talented artists Ivica Stevanovic, Dragan Bibin, Milos Vujanovic and my very dear friend Dusko Bjeljac.
Milenko Bodirogic is once again responsible for the the beautiful stories and descriptions of the creatures that are included in the book.
It has really been a awesome experience working on the two books of Serbian Mythology, and i really hope you guys like it.
Pravampir (Arch Vampire)
In ancient times, that letters do not remember, both of which have been preserved only in the debris gleanings repressed memories of the people, there was Arch Vampire, a kind of ancestor of what would later, in a playful relationship between the soul and body, become a Vampire. This ancestor was, as usual, in comparison with their offspring much later, quite underdeveloped phenomenon - it was just a body, a very unusual body.
Arch Vampires body collects life impersonal force, a force that makes all world alive: the Sun, Moon, Earth, stars, day and night, objects, things, plants, animals, people, their thoughts and their shadows. And this force does not allow him not disappear in death. During the day hidden in his grave, he comes out at night to feed on blood, because life feeds on life. Arch Vampire is the ultimate sign of monstrous beauty of life.
Trivun Kalaba Riding his Steed
When dark night covered the earth, the village and its inhabitants retired to their houses, Trivun saddled up his stallion. Christmas was coming, and under that little piece of moonlight was a bluish crisp snow shinning. Kalaba was riding slowly, he bridled up the stallion as if afraid of hurting the silence and serenity of the night.
He visited the crossroads, cemeteries, entered the forest, but soon forgetting why he was doing it. He followed the flight of the owls, listened to howling of wolves, and foxes barking in love ...
Trivun Kalaba's Knife
Trivun Kalaba's Farm Animal Skulls
Lela and the Fox
Lela was seven years old, certainly not more, when that fox appeared. Beautiful, fawn and gold, and proud as it wasn't out of this world, it was like it came from a quiet, autumn fox kingdom.
It rolled around Lela, almost hiding her with the raised tail and it barked briefly, pointedly, as if laughing. Lela hugged the fox and crawled her fingers under the red fur and she barked also ...
Witch Flying on the Wallnut
Hope you guys like it,
Fantastic flow and energy in each one of these. Wow! And I love the subtle texture to all of these, too. Very classic feeling, if that's the right word. Great job!
Ray Dillon - Artist & Writer
CLIENTS: Science Channel, R.L. Stine, Todd McFarlane, Marvel, DC, IDW, Archie, Topps, Upperdeck, WB.
• Ridley Scott's "Prophets of Science Fiction" (Issac Asimov, George Lucas) + "Meteorite Men" (Science Channel)
• Mars Attacks: Popeye / Transformers / Real Ghostbusters / KISS / Robots vs. Zombies (IDW)
• Anne Rice "Servant of the Bones" (IDW)
• Peter S. Beagle "The Last Unicorn" (IDW; NYT Best-Seller!)
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Ray Dillon: thank you so much for the wonderful reply Ray, it really means a lot.
OMG lovely!!! more! 5 stars!
Long long time without a post, but i've been quite busy so i have an excuse, sort of
Anyway, i would like to show you the first illustrations that i did for a very interesting project i currently working on.
These illustrations are done for the book that is called "Serbian Fairytales", and the name of this fairytale is "The Groom Snake".
I'm trully blessed because working on this project gave me another chance to work with some of my dearest friends and colleagues, Dusko Bjeljac, Dragan Bibin, and the Master, Petar Meseldzija.
Stay tuned, more is yet to come
(i will update this post as soon as i translate the shorter version of the fairytale, so, if you are interested you can read what it's all about).
"The Groom Snake"
Sun's Mother (vignette)
Moon's Mother (vignette)
Wind's Mother (vignette)
Hope you guys like it.
Uh, this is by far the freshest shit that has been on this site in a long, long time. You killed it. These are incredibly inspiring.
Great update man!!!!!
The "Groom snake" is now my favourite piece of yours.
Keep doing what you`re doing `cause you`re pretty awesome at it.
'The Groom Snake' is excellent! Thanks for sharing.
I haven't been on the forums for a long while, but started browsing around today and quickly came upon this AWESOMENESS. Beautiful work. Simply beautiful.
Nice Work Congratulations