You need to work on your perspectives. Ever heard of vanishing points?
It's as if the brush has a whole different perspective than the pencil and eraser.
And you need to add more shadow, too.
yeah i know :) thnx for the tip i only made the pencil and the rubber :3
I want to go to an exhibition of yours. I know there'll be many exhibitions in the future for you sir... Sweet stuff.
Sweet to see you're on Newgrounds.
I love the coloring, as always. And the colors fit really well together.
Didn't the Swain just draw this as a kid? I don't think it's a parody or something but just an old scan from one of his kindergarten drawings. I love it. Even if it isn't a scan of an old drawing, he managed to make it seem like one pretty well actually. I love kindergarten/elementary school drawings. I have a map full of my old drawings as well, cool stuff.
The nose looks a bit weird though, seems like it lacks something. I also miss a little bit of bags under your eyes. Everybody has those, even though they might not be the first thing you think of when making a portrait. But overall, good work man.
At first I thought he was smoking some kind of metallic joint, but then I looked closer... Damn. Great piece of art.
Good to see you tried out that technique (:
Hehe, thanks... it's a good technique :)
Flying Lotus anyone?
I think my neck is broken.
Great tribute to Alex Grey!
Really really good shit. When i saw it, it immediatly reminded me of Alex grey. Although the style is still significantly different, it still somewhat has that 'feeling'. I'm very interested in the techniques you used!
I liked the idea of a visible flowing energy, I'm glad I was able to emulate his style and still make it my own. Thanks a lot.
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