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04-17-2002, 03:14 PM
lately I've been collecting good marker art for reference.
I'm a product designer, but allways used 3D during my studies. It's only now I've picked up an interest in good handlabour.
Thought I'd ask here, does anyone know good marker artists on the web?
These are by all means to be payed a visit if marker art is your thing:
(guys I found allready, in my order of favourites)
http://www.drawthrough.com/ -->great info
04-19-2002, 01:49 AM
I really like artbyfeng too, and I search for good marker drawings too... here is some links I like, but all are not marker drawings:
(this is really great marker stuff) http://www.tjframe.com/
(this is beautiful) http://www.nethersphere.com
(you will like this one) http://henrik.cgcommunity.com/concept.htm
(don't really like this one, maybe you do) http://volkzone.online.fr/2d2.htm
04-19-2002, 07:14 PM
I dont know if I am good or not, but I do all of my preliminary sketches in marker. I havent updated my site in awhile but feel free to check it out.
Disclaimer.... I am by know means saying I am the level of Feng or Frame. Just offering my humble little link
04-19-2002, 07:33 PM
link accepted with great gratitude, those bombs just made my day :)
not too shabby, those drawings of yours :cool:
(no seriously, they're great, why be modest about it , love the colours on the 2001 and the freak2 drawings)
You use coloured (browny) paper in some of your images, I really like this technique of putting in highlights on a darker surfaces, but I can't seem to find coloured smooth paper around here (if this makes any sense)
--> only find coloured absorbing paper (kraftpaper, steinbach)
What do you use to draw on?
Thx x1000, Eldorian, for the link to seung ho, I had some of his sketches on my hard rdrive but had lost the link to his site.
The point with Feng seems to be that he makes it look so easy, wouldn't you agree? One pen + one grey marker = fabulous, clear depth
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