I would hate to see this blog die! Love your stuff man! Keep up the great work.
This top pic is very nice! I like the subtle movement in her hips and the direction in her feet that give it a very natural feel to it. Nothing oddball about it. Can't wait to see some more "earth-shattering" stuff, Joshua.
That pirate is alive.
Hi!You have to keep this blog alive!I'am a french fan of your art and it's a pleasure for me to go on your blog to see what you do!I would like to see your old sketch or you draws of nude models when you learnt to draws the human body!That will be very cool if you can post this draws here.Sorry for my bad english and good luck for all your jobs, have fun!
Head shots are fine! You could draw a stick figure and it would be worth it... wait, maybe not, but head shots are blog worthy. Secrets, interesting. I saw those Alice sketches/drawings that were quickly removed from the blog a while ago, looking good!Can't wait to see what you have in store for us fans! I'll be dropping you an email sometime soon!Scott
uff, simply amazing.Great job
great drawings Joshua! i like specially your girls drawingsRenaud's idea is a good one, always i think.."how they can draw like this??".
Long time fan of your cover work here.I was wondering if you've ever done a tutorial sort of thing about how you do your work from pencil to ink? I've always wanted to learn that light line style you used on books like NYX and to a lesser extent the picture of the girl in this post. Something about it is so attractive, quite like Milo Manara's delicate strokes. I realize that a lot of it comes down to the light palette that's common to them, but that palette is used on American Virgin's as well, and the effect is very different.
Oh, lovely! The girl in particular is wonderful :O
Josh,i check your blog almost everyday. please know that your effort and energy are GREATLY appreciated!a fan in daly city, california,steven lim
These are quite lovely esp the first piece.
If you've got a turtle head to go with that pirate head, you may have what it takes to become a commercial artist...