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sick studio space, man that mural is coming along nicely. Love the crisp lines.
Sketchbook!! Please help me improve!
damn your work is good i liked every page of this thread
and so cool that you keep your style and not change it
great wall art you made at that garage i would want such a wall painting
keep post more of your art it rulez
dude I love your style.
images from august/september
ink, acrylic, housepaint (latex enamel), spraypaint, apple, charcoal, graphite, bleach, marker, rubber cement
on 12oz cotton canvas or 100lb vellum finish bristol paper
a few photo references for model/poses.
sorry for the blurry images/glare, didn't have time to set up a tripod or lights.
thx for dropping by my SB
nice sketches here, really. I like those faces the way you shade them - gentle and elegant. Might check out that robot/human thing's skull. I don't know what a manga skull looks like, but well
nice BIG painting in the garage. I've been asked to paint a whole wall in someones apartment, but I have no idea what to draw yet
keep it up
your style is maturing nicely- and I don't care what anyone says post 176 is some tight work.
i was asked about color again, so i whipped this up in response, i suppose this sketchbook is a good place to house it.
more perspective, the library this time.Originally Posted by GriefI used to have reoccurring dreams that I could walk through walls. The trick was that I had to be perfectly perpendicular, I remember thinking that it helps if you lift up your feet a little bit. I took a few strides and closed my eyes right before the wall. I land so effortlessly on the other side of the wall. No hole, no breaking, I disperse and move through and form again. It seems so natural and easy.
I have never tried it while awake, too ashamed by my dreams of being able to bend and alter my own reality. Maybe I could walk through the wall, if I believe in myself and try hard enough. But I never do, and instead I find a door and walk through. Doors are such a let down, its a preexisting route, made by someone else, a place where anyone can pass through the boundary of walls.
Earlier this January I had an emotional breakdown, of which my art was stricken with the lasting affects. I can't use color. I have trapped myself in a bleak room without the radiance of color. My emotions in reality are transforming themselves conceptually into my work. There is no vibrancy or color in my life, no one that radiates to give reason for using color. At one point in my life I had dedicated myself endlessly to another, someone I could use to reflect the color of my world. Color made sense then, and in her absence it seems so tired and pointless. I may find reason to use color again and escape the confining room of the black and white world I've painted myself into.
I could use color, I could open a door and walk through it. There would be no satisfaction in using it though. I would feel so defeated by using color so meaninglessly. Color can provide many solutions, but all the routes have been used before, doors made by someone else when they needed color as an answer. I need to create my own door, a solution to escape my problem. I need to become a craftsman to build my own option for escape.
Until then I am surrounded by lifeless, colorless walls waiting for someone to shine through the walls with blinding hues to guide me out, or I must learn to walk through walls and find my own exit.
loveee this stuffffff
Wauw!!! =D I love your style!!
My Sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=1#post1043997
Take a look! =)