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Measure your success

August 6, 2012 — 33 Comments

 

The sketches I have here is just one of the many sketches I have been sketching for the MOCS Vol 2 book.

Measuring your success. I think is is one thing I constantly focus on and I actually don’t like that. How do we really measure our success? I have made it when I get Continue Reading…

Comic Con Ship 3

July 25, 2012 — 4 Comments

 

Here is the final ship I did while I was at Comic Con. Put several finishing touches on it in Painter 12 here at the office. While I was at Comic Con in the Wacom booth I was able to use their 24 HD Cintq. Boy I tell you what that thing was amazing, I have the Continue Reading…

 

Well I truly thank you for everyone’s feedback on my blog from the three questions I asked. This is a video based on your comments of leaving it Continue Reading…

 

This is a tutorial that explains how to hold your wrist when you are sketching. It is very common when people first start to draw they will use their wrist and draw scratchy lines. To get good quality lines you need to Continue Reading…

Car Craft Radio

June 24, 2012 — Leave a comment

I was honored to spend some time with Steve Strope and The Editor of Car Craft magazine Jeff Smith. We were on Car Craft Radio talking about the Masters of Chicken Scratch book series. So the guys that were there were Tom Fritz, Chris Brown, Eric Tscherne and myself Dwayne Vance. We tell a little about our different Continue Reading…

Sketching Ellipses “Gettin your wheels right”

Ellipse Sketches

Ellipse Sketches

 

 

So this starts to get a little more difficult . Now we will try some ellipses. This is the foundation for drawing cars. Wheels are used for stance and proportion. If your wheels are Continue Reading…

This is a quick sketch out of my sketch book and is the result of committing to yes I am going to do it, not try to do it.

As any creative we get extremely busy at times and can get overwhelmed. One thing I have started to practice is removing the word “Try” from my vocabulary. By doing this Continue Reading…