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I put every single thing posted here into my "Inspiration" folder. Amazing stuff, and I hope to one day achieve the level of excellent liveliness and color usage.
Lovin' that octopus tentacle
Your colours are gorgious!!
My sketchbook http://conceptart.org/forums/sketchb...ketchbook.html
I'm planning on starting a comic in my free time. It's a comedy about three space-adventuring aliens and their misadventures - in space!
I've also been trying to get somewhere with this one that I started on last year. We'll see if I ever do.
Last edited by Einen; January 30th, 2013 at 07:41 PM.
Hahahahaha I found the last one so funny ^^ Great job !
Very nice stuff in here. I really like your bright colors and sense of style. Keep it up.
Very good cartoon style. and some really good colors. can see that I have very much yet, so I can create something so great.
Oh man, your cartoons are fantastic, especially the designs of your characters. I really like the narratives in some of your pictures - the t-rex hatching and the dragon sock puppet both got a giggle out of me.
Man I love your creations! It's like a delicious visual treat every time I visit! yum yum!
Can't wait for the comic!
A couple of questions: What resolution do you work at? Do you pencil sketch or digital sketch to start things off?
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!
Whoa, big response today! Nice! Thanks for the support, guys!
Marian Rowling: I'm glad! Here's hoping it turns out well.
clockodile: Haha thanks man, they're doing what they should then!
The7Artist7: You and me both, buddy! I often work with a file that is about 400% larger than the JPG-version, at 300 dpi. Lineart at about 200% larger.
I used to pencil first but that was a long time ago. Now I'm waaay too comfortable with just drawing directly in PS to bother.
B u r l: Thanks a lot! Unfortunately I don't have anything very up to date, but I have been toying with the idea of doing a tutorial-series if I ever get the time.
Here's another character for the comic: