Wednesday, November 22, 2006

(thanksgiving) Feast for the Eyes!


20 comments:

St John Street said...

SO SEXY!!!

flipstudios said...

these are beautiful. i love your sketches on the brown paper. the white just pops. is that pencil crayon or do you color in photoshop?

Cheeks said...

Happy Holidays to you, too, sensei sir!

UrbanBarbarian said...

Thanks guys!

ANDREW: No, it's done with brush markers and then I use a white out pen for those highlights. I take it your speaking about the post below. For these, I use a brush marker and very soft pencil lead.

Howard Shum said...

Good girl drawings, Dan!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Travis Christian said...

The hanging stars were a great choice for the bottom one! Very cool, Dan.
Hey brother, I want to start using digital colors. Could you recommend a program?

UrbanBarbarian said...

HOWARD: Thanks, amigo!

TRAVIS: Use the best one out there: Photoshop! Any version will do really. If you can get your hands Adobe Photoshop CS2, all the better!

Dominic Bugatto said...

Nice pieces as usual .

Travis - if you buy an earlier unregistered version, of Photoshop , which are generally inexpensive , you'll be eligable for the latest version (CS2) at upgrade prices. Check out e-Bay

LauraBraga said...

Hi Dan.
Wow... your women are soooo sexy!!!
I love your drawing.
I also love drawing women because my teacher was Milo Manara.

Laura:)

Travis Christian said...

Thanks guys!

Antonio Santamaria said...

Both sexy...Dan!!! I likle a lot how you have used the line!!!!
Congratulations as always, master!!!
Saludos!

Tony said...

Awesome drawings and cool stuff!
Very nice designs.love the variation of thick and thin lines in your drawings!

Balkandude said...

Great Girls you Barbarian! :)

RobSchwager said...

mmmmmm....

JUICY!!!

Chhuy-Ing said...

Sexy! ;)

Chrissie A said...

These are just beautiful...as always! I never fail to be inspired by your blog.

UrbanBarbarian said...

Thanks, you fine artists!

Goobeetsablog said...

fine work

Aaron Sowd said...

NICE! Luscious lines...

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Very nice work ! :)