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Old 10-31-2005, 01:38 PM
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Some of my work

Hey finally a forum I can get right into.

I was thinking of suggesting something like this on www.ozrodders.com

Here are some of my recent designs

Craig

edit: while you are online, please check out my project journal as well.
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Aah man they are sweet as! Im diggin that cartoon, the first one, im hoping to do one similar to that myself soon, but im not really brave enough!
Nice work, got any more?
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Old 11-02-2005, 11:53 PM
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Sure do,

I have some finished and some in progress.

The first is an unfinished one called Bucket mouth. then there is Teenage Delinquent and I also attached a finished one I made for a client in the States who owns the Defibulator Krazy Kartoon Kar.

More later
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Old 11-03-2005, 03:14 AM
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It aint a matter of being brave, rather having a go.

I make plenty of mistakes and bad designs in between the ones I like.

Cartoons are the easiest because there are no rules. I also think they are the most fun because I can experiment more with them than the more realistic ones.

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Old 11-03-2005, 10:23 AM
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super

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great work!!!!!
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Old 11-03-2005, 01:31 PM
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Thanks Dave,

It is worth noting that with the exception of Kruzers Kurse, all the cartoons are drawn by hand and only coloured using the computer.

I go through a process of refinement using a light box and the I use Windsor & Newton water-resistant India Ink on Velum with a 00 size brush for the final black lines.

So you see, you dont need a computer software for the initial drawing. Use your imagination and be prepared to make mistakes.

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Why does it not surprise me to see that you are participating in this forum?

Hi Craig How ya been.....

Man, you have got to post some of the work that you and I collaborated on..like "Make 'em Earn it" and the minitruck stuff as well...

Great job as always mate oh, and GOY
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Old 11-10-2005, 01:27 PM
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Defibulator before they stuck that skull on the carb, disco version.
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:12 AM
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HMMMMM dunno about the disco version but I prefer it with the skull.

I received an email from the owner last week and it is being made into toys including a muscle macine and a RC model.

Pretty kool me thinks.

I have attached some more of my artwork below, enjoy.

Craig
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Old 02-09-2006, 03:19 AM
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new sketch

Hi guys n gals,

Just thought I may as well post this latest sketch.

I havent done a lot of drawing lately as I have been very busy either in the truck or working on the hotrod, (see my journal and you will know what I mean)

Anyway, I was bored one night early this week and put pencil to paper for the first time in a while.
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I like all your art work. Here is my self portrait along with my two loves.
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Hey Windsor8,

That looks kool.

Craig
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I wish I could draw........ , I can trace real good though
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btw klassic100 lookin good
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I haven't been on here much lately besides adding stuff to my journal.

Anyway attached is a design I am working on for a customer in Detroit. I have to add a roth style driver (monster maybe) then ink it all out then colour separate fro screen printing.

Cheers

Craig
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