I think that guy is gonna have to explain a bit better than that to get off the menu - great pic!
Again Rich, very well done.
How'd you get them lines so crispy clean? Me like, keep 'em comin.
thanks for the comments. nice drawings here...keep 'em comin'...
He he!!!Good humor!I love the preacher in "overdue".Thank for your passage in my blog,and thank for your "french".
I don't know why, but I always like the rough sketches more! In this one too! I like it? It seems all digital, am I right?
thanks for the info...i've really been keeping a close eye on what the fellas at avalanche have been doing, and rw is one of my favorites. i found this 'how to' through the 'utah crew' as well...it's in french, but i'll assume you'll be able to 'muddle' through it, being from the ottawa valley area...http://www.aniii.com/wip/have fun.
Ya gonna color this one? I'd love to see it.
Tim Bye- Thanks!! I agree hope he can put up a good argument.Goobeetsablog- I'll take that compliment!! There are few and far those who think I have nich lines!Russell Purdy- Thanks Russell!Mazlow said- Well... Idid this with Alias Sketchbook. And I used a "pen" brush that stays opaque even with alight touch. DAD- ...um not my dad.... just his handle.... Pas de problemes!! joonasjoonas- Yep! It was a digital sketch.... I agree I like the roughs more than the cleans. skanes- No Problem!! Thanks for the link...its a good one. And luckly, I do speak french!! lafe- I'll give it a shot!
Nice stuff Rich. I always love checking out the roughs of people's art. Just much more live and energy in it. Nice expressions and pose on the poor soul facing uncertain death. Though one thing that would be nice to see is if the chest was angled slightly towards us. Then you could even pull the shoulder out more and the arm wouldn't seem cut off slightly from the chest. Hopin to see more "Teach"!
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