Dukerjay's Art Thread

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  1. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    I've seen a couple of these, so I thought I'd start my own...
    Hopefully I can post more stuff as I have time.

    For now, here's a Spiderman skeleton I drew at school for my Anatomy class (I go to the Alberta College of Art & Design.)

    [​IMG]

    BTW...this drawing is about 4 X 5 feet.
     
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  2. Breck

    Breck Well-Known Member

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    Yay! More new talent! Good job, brutha.
     
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  3. The Lumberjack

    The Lumberjack Well-Known Member

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    Holy buh-jeezus thats awesome. I think it's safe to say that you have a strong grip on anatomy. Any other stuff?
     
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  4. DarkKnightJRK

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    Holy crap! Evil skeletons! Kill it kill it!

    ...

    ...Oh, right, it's just a picture. Never mind the crazy person. :D
     
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  5. GL-Corps#28

    GL-Corps#28 Well-Known Member

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    Evil? I do believe he's about to go marrow-slinging.

    Nice pic man. :)
     
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  6. Crimson Dynamo

    Crimson Dynamo Well-Known Member

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    It is nice and weird isn't it? I'd very much like to see Mr. Fantastics skeleton in a similar 'X-Ray Action Pose".
     
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    Sheesh, that rocks.
     
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  8. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    Funny you should say that...I had some plans to draw another four for my final project in that class. Nightcrawler, The Hulk, Wolverine and none other than Mr. Fantastic. I ended up going a different direction, though.
    Who knows, maybe sometime this year.
    The only problem is that they're so big. Kind of labour intensive.
     
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  9. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    I'll post a couple of pics right now.
    I hope nobody's too mad that they aren't all exactly connected to comics.

    This one's a drawing of an old photograph of my dad and uncle...(about 4 X 2 feet).

    [​IMG]
     
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  10. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    This is one of Ian Mckellen (from Apt Pupil)...flash on the camera kind of ruins it a little but, oh well.

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  11. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    My dad's wedding pic done with conte, pastel and charcoal...again, it's big...4 X 5.

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  12. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    These are pics of a two-page spread I'm doing of my cousin as a Jedi Knight.
    Obviously, they aren't close to done, but they're coming along.
    (Not the best reproductions because I'm currently not in posession of a scanner...these are all from a digital camera.)

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  13. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    One more, for now...

    An unfinished drawing of the Thing...somewhat re-imagined.
    (Also, posted in the Art Contest thread.)

    [​IMG]
     
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  14. darth_coolius

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    superb stuff
     
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  15. Drakon

    Drakon I got a rock.

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    Not too shabby. Its one thing to get someone new to FA. Its something else to get someone new to FA with such talent, and not the ego! Welcome!
     
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  16. Silver S

    Silver S Well-Known Member

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    Wonderful life drawings, love the skeleton.
     
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  17. Computron2005

    Computron2005 Well-Known Member

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    Very nice work, your skeleton pc is amazing, and Ian Mckellen is my second fave, good job.
     
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  18. artist71

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    I love these.

     
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    good stuff buddy. Liking it. :up:
     
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  20. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    Here's something I started today. Not done yet...hopefully I'll be able to colour it when I get my scanner...and when I learn how to colour.

    What's stronger...? Adamantium or Orange rock...?

    [​IMG]
     
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  21. Jonis

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    Wow, that Spider-Man skeleton made my day. You are an awesome artist dude.

    Maybe you can clean up the spidey one so I can use it as a wallpaper. ;)
     
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  22. Carmine Falcone

    Carmine Falcone So it goes.

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    you my friend have a gift..:up: :up:

    awesome drawings!
     
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  23. Jack Rabbit

    Jack Rabbit i roll twenties

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    I'd love to see your Wolvie skeleton if you ever get around to it...

    Supurb work.

    The Alberta School of Art and Design, eh? What's the tution like? (I'm a junior in High school...looking at art schools.)

    Any plans on what you're going to do once you get out of school?
     
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  24. Duker Jay

    Duker Jay Well-Known Member

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    Decided I couldn't wait for a scanner, so I started colouring this one. Still a work-in-progress, but even the flat colours help to bring it alive a little more.

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    In response to Midknight:
    ACAD is a pretty good school. Lots of good instructors. It's one of, if not, the top schools in Canada and I would guess North America. I'm not bragging, this is just what I've heard...remember Todd McFarlane went here for a couple of years and also, John Byrne way back when. I think, more than anything I'm lucky because I happen to live in the same city as the school.

    I don't know what I'll do after school. Comics would be a dream job, though.
     
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  25. PrimeObjective

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    um son you are CRAZY nice work
     
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