Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Heres a style page I did for you awhile back. Got a chance to ink it and upload it today. It was a interestingly fun word to play around with.I left the 3d out on most of the pieces to let you have a little more creative sway on the finished products.
Hope you dig it bro!
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Hey Poet! thanks for all the great outlines! i got the chance to paint one of them the other day in Oslo in -degree weather, it was a fun(cold) and challenging experience! i struggled to get the flow that you had in the original drawing, i really need to be more loose with my original sketch on the wall before i start getting involved, but it was really fun to paint!
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Here's 2 outlines I managed to get done recently; both times kind of a spur of the moment jammy. I strayed off the original sketch a fair amount; the truck's E and the wall's E most noticeably. The next one I plan on sticking to the initial as much as possible. Unfortunately I only managed to get twilight shots on both, the quality is poor with some details lost. I tried o work with what I had, hope you enjoy.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Monday, October 11, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Hey everyone - I've been MIA for a while on this project but going to make a real effort to get things rolling again. I don't have time to do the full pages but will still do my best to pull some challenging and interesting sketches together!
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
After painting the sketch Rime drew for me, I felt that I could flex the style a little harder.
I took a day to myself chilling at leeside and painted it again. Its a very interesting sketch to paint, because it was drawn so fluidly and fast. It became a challenge to express the same fast, long strokes done in pen, with spray paint on a wall. I like the way it came out this time, more of a crazy hybrid style. haha. Thanks joe!
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Sueme Writes: I just finished the Bates exchange sketch that we talked about. I did the sketch really big its about 38" x 14" in size. I found it to be a bit tricky when sketching it out with pencil but inking with a sharpie was really fun and seemed easier than any of my previous graffiti sketches. let me know if you need a higher res. file. I have attached two pieces, one is just the sketch by itself, and the second one I added a background to it really quickly in photoshop to separate the piece from its white background(its a bit easier to read whats going on) anyway let me know what you think. peace!
Monday, September 13, 2010
Here are some extremely rough ideas/Starting points. Some are revisions of others, some lost a little funk while getting revised, some might look fresher with a dimension instead of a shadow, some I was just having fun with etc... Anyway, I tried to give you variety as you've been posting a lot of gems on here. I'm curious to see what you think...