Wednesday, December 10, 2008

inks from pavilion & inos sketch books

The Ptolemy's
Birth machine

Game


World as we know it


8 comments:

zeke said...

Mighty fine work, really like the first two in particular. The black/red colours and sketchy style look great.
The first one has a wonderful European 'Metal Hurlant' feel to it, love the floating brain too!

Human Mollusk said...

Fantastic stuff - my favorites are number two and three. I second Zeke's MH association, especially Druillet. It's not like your art really looks similar, but your approach to design and ornament is somewhat akin to his.

Aeron said...

I enjoy the repeated motifs of the heads in niches. That's something that has popped up in my artworks before. Just something fun about drawing isolated heads in boxes I guess.

Something you might consider doing is browsing a place like flickr for a photo of some ancient ruin, something Italian or Greek perhaps? And emulating the architectural structures into the drawing while reinterpreting the design into your own style.

Anonymous said...

really sharp looking work. The ceasar was a bit of a suprise.
mostyn

Robert Adam Gilmour said...

Great work, nice to see some grandeur.

crippaXXXalmqvist said...

real nice stuff there, 'n i especially like the pic called "game"!

Paleo said...

Yeah, i especially liked the whorish Emperor juxtaposed with the brutish Cow (hence the Hamburger?)

R is for Robot said...

These are fantastic! makes me want to read stories set in this world