Concerning your signature, it looks like you're just missing a bracket at the end of the first "url."
As for your art, very nice. I'd say more but you've put me in the mood to go practice.
"The proper rewards are not simply tacked on to the activity for which they are given, but are the activity itself in consummation." -C.S. Lewis
"Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge, but he who hates correction is stupid." -Proverbs 12:1
hey, thanks for the nice words! i wouldn't really call my drawing vigorous... because it is really how i relax. with homework in history and speech, as well as helping out texturing a friend's animation set... drawing at the end of the night is kind of my wind down.
i do draw in the park a lot, however. that is relaxing too
really nice work! everything from the figure work to the robots and the small landscape sketches. i really like the way you break the borders in some of your pieces and utilize the next page(i know alot of people do that but i just wanted to point it out). very good.
congradulations you amused me for a half hour...
i think im gonna go draw now.
so today i went to GDX at the SCAD atlanta campus. what that means is that i got on a bu sat 4:30 AM and drove 4.5 hours (on sideways seats) to atlanta, and heard a day of video game industry related lectures. it was great! i did not, however, get enough sleep the night before. as a method of staying awake, i drew off and on all day - on both the bus as well as durring the lecture.
it was a long day and i am ready to hit the sack... it felt good to draw a lot, though. some nice practice looking at my left hand carefully
so my roomate and i got inspired to make a very high detail sci-fi 3d model as an experiment - and i am the concept guy. he is currently working on an auto-rig script for maya (which is totally amazing), and this model will hopefully be the test mesh. here is a preliminary sketch - hopefully many more to come - better to do the planning on paper, instead of in polygons
cool book man! prolific, and there's a good sense of your persdonality in it. lots of people are missing that from their drawings. the life drawings are cool, they all make interesting compositions on each page. try bringing a portable watercolor set out with you sometime and playing with that... or toned paper w/ a light & dark color pencil to quick identify light and shadow. if that makes any sense. glad to have seen your book, keep up the cool drawings!