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Really cool work! I dig the digital linework of your drawings, it's got a solid non-digital drawn style.
Keep it up!
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that one is really well done! also enjoying the little space ships!
Keep on pushing your skills.
Please, excuse me for the possible errors in my English.
I enjoyed my cruise through your book
I really enjoyed browsing through your sketchbook. What I especially like is lots of attention put in different body and face types for characters. Even though proportions are slightly stylized it still makes the whole body of work closer to real life than many concepts.
Post apocolyptic doodle before bed:
Doodles and Tex Murphy fan art 'cus those games are WONDERFUL
Getting laser eye surgery tomorrow; a little worried no-glasses Liz is the evil Liz
So, my cornea is the wrong shape for LASIK so I couldn't get the surgery. On the bright side, I look a bit like a movie villian. Swings and roundabouts, man.
Sketched in Artrage on the ipad, finished up in photoshop
Lovely Sketchbook Liz, i very much i enjoy your works especially the character designs love them. keep up the good work
Totally in love with Tex Murphy's (Chris Jones') face. Sketching him instead of sleeping.
My challenge for myself this month is to turn at least one episode of the Tex Murphy Radio Theatre show into a comic - I'm about 8 (not quite finished) pages into the first one. Here's a peek. It begins with the end of the Overseer game so this should look familiar
Last edited by Liz Edwards; June 6th, 2012 at 08:13 PM.
Danger is like Jell-O. There's always room for more.
Thankyou I'd love to get into comics - need a good story to tell though! I can't write for toffee.
Here's some doodles of Space Precinct 2040 and I also drew Tex Murphy in the future clothes I'd have in my dystopia. (I don't want the design of Tex Murphy to change one iota but I had to combine my love of drawing dumb clothes and Chris Jones's face somehow)
Okay I tried to push these guys a bit further