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Old 01-13-2015, 11:05 AM   #16
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Old 01-13-2015, 01:07 PM   #17
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Really nice work my man! Perhaps I will ink one of your works sometime soon,,,,
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Old 01-13-2015, 08:57 PM   #18
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Your pencil technique is lovely, your style is clean and interesting. The problem is your figures get lost in their own alternating rhythms and don't feel as gesturally cohesive as they could. Work on pushing the gesture, if the person is cocky or scared or angry reflect that fully in the arc of the spine, the hips in relation to the shoulders, with center of gravity and dynamism is mind. Give your figures purpose.

Ryan Ottley, Jason Latour, and Cory Walker are all brilliantly cartoony in different ways but all have a strong point of view on where people are moving and how. Read anything by them.

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Your pencil technique is lovely, your style is clean and interesting. The problem is your figures get lost in their own alternating rhythms and don't feel as gesturally cohesive as they could. Work on pushing the gesture, if the person is cocky or scared or angry reflect that fully in the arc of the spine, the hips in relation to the shoulders, with center of gravity and dynamism is mind. Give your figures purpose.

Ryan Ottley, Jason Latour, and Cory Walker are all brilliantly cartoony in different ways but all have a strong point of view on where people are moving and how. Read anything by them.

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Hey Matt! thanks a lot, indeed I tend to lose that concentration of expressions and poses in certain drawings without noticing it. Do you know where I could read some of them?
I'm freelance atm and I'm 20
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Old 01-14-2015, 08:33 AM   #20
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Hey Matt! thanks a lot, indeed I tend to lose that concentration of expressions and poses in certain drawings without noticing it. Do you know where I could read some of them?
I'm freelance atm and I'm 20
Where you could read Ottley, Harren and Walker books? Stores and digitally, like any other books I guess. I'm confused. What do you mean?
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You could find a decent amount of there pin-up work here, if a comic shop is not nearby http://www.comicartfans.com/
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Who are your artistic influences?
How do you pencil so clearly, lightbox?
Would be interesting to see what your work looks like at 30, 40 etc.
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Old 01-17-2015, 01:26 AM   #23
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wow what a lovely and interesting style you have with that pencil stuff!
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Old 01-19-2015, 01:08 PM   #24
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Very nice, like your style. Small suggestion, your shoulders on the 3/4 images, Deathstroke definitely, but also with Electra and Rapheal, the shoulders seem to be out of their joints. Otherwise lovely pieces really like your style.
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Wow, very good job. Now I like to see complete pages with your style!
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Loving the Boba Fett and Inhumans pieces!
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Here's the Hellboy one I did but with the uber awesome colors of Jesse HeagSta!
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