Long time no post!
PieMonster: Cheers, dude!
ruuhkis: Yeah, they were fun.
Hive_minD: Life's going pretty good at the moment, hope all is good with you too. Cheers!
bounchfx: Err, the pics from shorpy.com took about 20 minutes each, and the wipeout thumbs probably about 30-40 minutes.
MacTire: Ta very much.
thirdeye: Haha, yeah I've not had much time lately. Hopefully will be doing more personal work from now on.
AimBiz: Cool, thanks for looking.
Blue Severin: Thank you!
Ok, here's some bits and pieces.
Nice update man. Great zbrush stuff. Also I love how you stilize your drawings, the paper texture, some blurring on sketches - very nice touch, apart from all the art being so great.
20, and 30-40 minutes for those!??
christ!! I envy your workflow!! /bows
Cheers for the replies, guys!
pixelherder: Thanks, mister! Oh, bad news by the way - Rheinhold is in rehab so we will have to put 'The Project' on the backburner for a while. Maybe concentrate on other IP.
matejkovacic: Thanks! I'm trying to get better at that stuff.
donalfall: Many thanks!
thirdeye: Cheers, fella. Yeah, I like to try and present things in a slightly different way, just to try stuff out really.
purb36: Thanks! I'll try to keep on truckin'!
bounchfx: It's not that fast really. Best to just go for it!
RES: Haha! Hey Ryan! Apologies for not having seen you in aaaaaaaaaaaaaages. It'd be great to meet up soon. Hope you and Rachel and the sprog are well!
More Zbrush sculpting for now. A Jekyll and Hyde bust that I may well get 3d printed:
Check out the turntable vid here:
And some quick figures from my head. Need to get back into this in a big way:
Some great work! I love that disturbing feeling in the zbrush scientist.
Really nice enviro thumbnails (the second one has a really appealing composition) although I think that some of them lack a focal point due to the abundance of highlights and reflections.
Anyway, love your work! Keep posting
glad you included those figures I love to see and study those lines. The doctor is superb, would love to see a colored paintover. Keep the good stuff comin! Cheers!
SketchBook Chris Yoakum?
Dig your line sketches, man. Quite a sense for plasticity (can you say that in English ? : P)
Thanks again for you're tips mate it's really helping , i'm really enjoying painting and i'm trying to push myself and enjoy what i'm doing at the same time. Hope all is well with you and dude taking a look at you're art is always an inspiration. Thanks again and take care dude
Thanks for sharing the last vehicle! I love it! Hope to see more pencils like the first posts with anatomy studies, I saw in your sketchbook. Keep on posting!
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Your work is amazing and has totally inspired me to draw more...
boy this stuff is magic!
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Whoa dude! Long time is right~ Great to see an update again! Your SB was one of my top favorites when i first joined years back, made me crack down and want to get serious, so im always excited to see your icon show up on the front page.
This update is killer, loving this ultra-industrialized take on the 19teens, those first couple of doughboy robots are outa sight. Reminds me of some work my pal The Gnoll did not long ago with WWI Robots. Can't wait to see the rest of those characters in silhouette~
Made my day with this update, hope you can do it more often Keep it up!