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Feb062011

Elegant Hunters and Giant Killer Crabs...

Here is some recent stuff I've been woking on. These were all for future publishing but the giant crab is out in this month's Imagine FX Q&A.

 

Other stuff is just random doodles and drawings from the sketchbook:

(you can click on any of these for a larger view)

Also, last year I made a sketchbook collection for APE - Alternative Prss Expo.

The book is called FishHooks and it's still avialable on Lulu here: FishHooks on Lulu

You can see more pictures on my blog - www.fishhookstudio.com

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Your book looks gorgeous! Wonderful job and thank you for sharing your work! =^)

February 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJason

Gaah! -- Don't post so many at once; you rob yourself of more specific comment (at least from me)! :)

Lovely works, Brynn -- That super-curly horned guy's perspectives are rather out-of-whack... See what happens when you draw a mid-line along the form of its snout and head... The basic horn design is fantastic, though.

February 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam B. Hand

Thanks Jason! :)

Haha Thanks William! Sorry about the too many images :P
I totally felt that same way after I finished that dragon. It was a tough piece to knock out. Thanks for the input :) I always appreciate it! Glad you liked the horns.

February 12, 2011 | Registered CommenterBrynn Metheney

Just perusing over your older posts a bit, and was noticing the pic of the feeding sea beasts and what a great design that is. You've convincingly, subtly, and beautifully blended aspects of whale, shark, alien, and goldfish and I just love it.

May 13, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam B. Hand

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