Monday, May 26th, 2014

Its Memorial Day everyone, hopefully you all have it off.

The third video in the series of vblogs I've been doing, this time I'm drawing the Hulk!

The Incredible Hulk, Copyright © 2014 Jeff Lafferty

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Thanks everyone, see you next time


Eric Muller said...

via Facebook
This is awesome! - man you have jusst been pump'n them out lately, huh? Way to go!

Katie Jeter said...

via Google+
I really enjoy the way you approach a piece. Its nice to know that I'm not the only one that starts on the face and works their way out. To be honest its more fun that way. I look forward to your next video and to what else I might learn. 

davy j.y. said...

via Google+
very nice drawing ,, i love black and white artwork,,drawing and sketch,,

Darren Beadman said...


Jeff Lafferty said...

Eric Muller ... Thanks Eric!

Katie Jeter ... Thanks Katie, glad you enjoyed the video, and thank you for supporting me at patreon!

Darren Beadman ... Thanks Darren!

davy j.y. ... Thanks again Davy!


Oliver Pengilley said...

Love watching this and your art is so amazing

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks Oliver!


RobD4E said...

Nice Jeff! Great anatomy and lighting :D Love the use of white on grey! I always struggle with that.

Jeff Lafferty said...

RobD4E ... Thanks man!


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Peter Palmiotti said...

Another great video! ...sweet Hulk piece for sure!

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks Peter


Salvador Raga said...

via Google+
Awesome video!

S-Louis-King said...

via DevintArt
I finally had a chance to watch part one on drawing the Hulk. I really liked how much your pencil moves on the paper. I sometimes get so focused on the (right) line that I lose the energy or just waste time when I could be fleshing the image out. Or even worse the image is flat and lifeless. And I am in total agreenent with your attitude towards photo reference. Drawing from life can only help improve your work. Its not a crutch and I don't understand the opposing viewpoint. Anyway, I look forward to checking out some more videos.

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks a lot!