Labels: creatures, design, prints, wallpaper
posted by Rob at 1:03 AM. [ permalink ]
I love this picture! What do you intend to do with them? Do you sell (copies of) them, or keep them to yourself until someone finds them 60 years after Year Zero and sells them for millions?I hope you're not neglecting Tamar...
wow, I love youre artit would be amazing to have a Rob painting on the wall.
I wanna make sweet love to this picture
That picture is fucking awesome. At first, it looks simple and then it crashes and looks pretty hard. And at 1 in the mourning? You apparently have no life, huh? xP
I disagree...he'd have no life if he stayed in staring at the ceiling (and then again this is not really an accurate example..you might stare at the ceiling and come up whith some great truths..Hehe). I personally think a Saturday night is better spent being creative than going out and getting wasted (and no I'm not straight-edge..it's more of a "been there, done that" kind of remark). Just my personal opinion. Nothing more.Love the drawing. This is my personal favourite so far. All my favourite colours are there.
Your best one in here yet!And who says those Saturday nights off are going to waste???:)
That's crazy Rob! How do you come up with this stuff?!Oh, and boring Saturday nights--welcome to my world! :(Have a good one,Ashley :)
It's pretty cool that Photoshop can put out this kind of work (and that you're not using Illustrator, which is currently being shoved down many throats - I nearly committed suicide learning the Pen tool).Thanks for showing your behind-the-scenes model. It's cool seeing the process.
You would be a great comic book/graphic novel artist =D.xx
Well some days you will really get into it and other days not. If a sketch becomes more intricate and time consuming but you are into it then go for it! But think that just because this is a public sketchbook then it has to be perfect. I had this problem myself. I thought that because I was turning my sketchbook in for a grade that every picture had to be perfect. But by doing this I actually ending up limiting myself to only a page or two in my book. I didn't progress at all. Plus it wasn't at all fulfilling, it actually became tedious. But seriously, what the fuck do I know?Oh I forgot to say that you are extremely fucking talented. I apologize.
lol, dorkits amazingbut in no way is that just a sketch
Looks like it's free of trouble for a troublemaker eh?clean-cut ;)
looks like saturday was a blast.
My fav so far.Really love it.
Love this one. I believe you are the most fascinating person I've never met.
Damn... I'm glad I was gay and couldn't hangout with you on Saturday. This is awesome. :)
Did you for get to feed the dog? This is like testing to see if something it really there , then maybe move it the wrong way and bend it out of proportion.. LOL. Wax museum of... I have my idea....and I do not sketch..drc
Wooohhhh, I would love to have this in frame on my wall!
Does Josh know what you did with his electrical tape?
This is really neat! Really interesting art on this blog =)
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