Opening 15 commission slots. Send me a private message when you are interested. Rule goes: first comes gets the slot.
I will do traditional inks only. And I try to send the original ink work to the owner this time (If the commissioner had some in the past I try to send the other ones with this one)
Black and white Ink, no color single character ~ 30$
Black and white ink with colors and simpe shading single character ~ 40$
Don’t forget to give me at least one good full body reference.
Like always I will sketch the stuff first and show it to the commissioner, so he will see that I did the work, before he has to pay. Then after the payment comes the inking/coloring.
1. Dennis Cornetta (reserved)
2. Retromissle (reserved)
3. pk6 - Dedan - sketched
4. arockettumblr - ‘The Ninja’ Randy Cunningham - sketched
5. visualxdialogue - Taz - sketched
6. rokhar - wizard woman - sketched
Attending the ‘Comic Invasion Berlin 2014’
As a walker. So when you are around Berlin you have a chance to meet awesome people there…. and me.
nnklaus fragte: Hi again Themro!, I was wondering, what programs do you use for drawing?
Yodelido, that would be PainTool Sai for inks , sometimes flat coloring and Photoshop for color tweaks and stuff.
mbt1991 fragte: Hey Dirk, How are you? I thought I'd ask you something that I've asked about 10 years ago. I know that even though you don't "directly" follow my work on DA or tumblr, you'd still check on me from time to time. So what I want to ask you is this, what are your thoughts on my work so far since 2010 and what are the short comings that you think I should improve and or focus on?
I feel good, finished the colors on Axe Cop - Aemrican Choppers issue 2 today and I can get back and focus on own art and commissions now.
Hope you feel better too.
To cheer you up a little bit. I look at all your stuff, I don’t comment of fav a lot on deviantart and tumblr. But not because I dont like the art, but because I am really lazy to click on the heart or fav button from time to time.
To your question.
I know you wanted a very honest critic some years back. And I gave you one.I feared I kinda blew a bubble with it or kicked a bit too hard.
My main arguement was, that you need to be sure if you wanna continue it and you didn’t gave up and you moved forward.
Looking back from this day to what you do right now, I see a lot improvements and that you really got a lot motivation and a lot more output. The work will improve you, slowly or fast, matters how you see your own flaws or what goals you wanna reach.
However, Like what i told you years back, the poses and form qualities still need improvements. You still have the prob that some poses don’t really work with the line of action and appear slightly stiff.
The best works are the ones with your bird characters. There you seem to get a lot more into the work and you kinda know more of poses and getting a fluid feel.
At the end I would repeat myself too much and I don’t wanna kill your motivation here.
Keep on track and learn and work more.
I wish you the best and good luck in fixing the flaws!
pk6 fragte: I'm sure you have many questions but I look to you as a huge influence when it comes to art. I was wondering if you could share any tips with me about one thing I have been struggling with. That is Foreshortening and poses in general. I have been stuck in that loop where I have been only drawing portraits and need to get out of it. I understand if you don't have time to answer me but I thought I might as well make an attempt to ask you.
You have a very loose and ‘carless’ style to your stuff, so you either jump straight into the work and try out poses and foreshootening till you FEEL you like it.
Or you go back to anatomical lessons. Since you ARE very loose and you seem to ‘not’ understand the body structure at all, thats why you are afraid of poses. So start from the basics and/ or attend life drawing classes.
I cannot give ya a straight tip that will help improve your work. But time and hard work improves everything.