I love how solid your work feels.
Another beautiful addition to that series
Ohhh man, no Phototshop touch ups? You are just bragging now. LOL.Seriously, your work is incredible. I just discovered your work and I'm head over heels for it. I can't recall how I found your blog, definitely linking via someone else's blog, but I'm a fellow Torontonian and aspiring illustrator so it's a real pleasure to follow your blog and feast my eyes on your incredible work.All the best to you!
I love this series and this is a particularly nice addition! I hope you'll do an art book someday and include this kind of material. Thanks for sharing!
looks great, solid. Love your urban landscapes
Thanks, everyone. Its always fun to work on these sketches. And @Tom, a book is in the works. These alleyway drawings will all be part of it.
I love this series. Almost enough for two years of calendars. I'm just saying.
Pretty good! Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good...Larry
Thanks, everyone. And yeah, its pretty damn cold here in Toronto lately.
Excuse me, sir. Can you tell me how you got so damned amazing!?Mike
oh my god... this is amazing.just ran across your blog, and glad I did!
omg, i'm DYING!Your art is the best stuff I've seen in awhile! I love it that you're from Toronto because Toronto is so rad.
Thanks, everyone. I appreciate the kind words.
Wow this is fantastic! I hope the prints for this series will be available for purchase? :)
These back alley scenes are my fave part of your blog. Forgive me if I missed it, but did you ever do a post on how and why you do these? Are you working from photos or sketches?
I'm loving this, Michael. Very cool, very simple, very nice.Hope to see you here in Toronto this weekend!
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