Ramona Falls “I Say Fever”
this made my day
auction prize for Feenix Rite on gaiaonline : )
First day of Starcon is over and I got PHOTOS… But too tired to make post about it X)) Probably tomorrow…
Welp… StarCon (another ComicCon copy, yep X)) tomorrow =w= And I have ticket… Yeah. I need to get some sleep before 2 days fun madness~
And gosh guys your comments on selfies. Stahp you amazing people >////<
Oops.. my hand slipped..
Ohh screw it, I think I don’t have to explain why did I draw this sexy bastard.
The fook is light
Just got a minute to draw something to distract…
Then I’m not too tired or too fucked up
If you have commissioned me for a speedpaint this is the level of refinement you can expect. They’re generally take me about 2-3 hours.
Everything goes —from busts to full body, B&W to colour, with or without background— within that frame of time. If you want something more detailed, grayscale and/or simple busts and headshots are your best bet.
WELL HI AGAIN WHATEVER REASON YOUR HERE FOR, BUT EXCUSE ME
Sorry guys for not being active lately… My life is pain, so as my internet connection. Mostly its not working at all… sometimes it shows me this:
I hope my dad wil help me to slove some problems soon…
If you want me to see something, please, tag me as
Ok theh… Mac totally into that guy atm.
Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.