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This is an old throw I still haven’t perfected it yet Billy Robinson went over it with me a handful of times it’s also on his War Instructional DVD he also hits this throw in his pro wrestling match against Inoki which you can look up. Also download my free Catch Wrestling Comic Book here; http://strengthmonsters.com
This is a drawing Study I did out of the Famous Artist Cartoon Course Lesson 7 Drawing Pretty Girls. In this one the illustrations on our right are suppose to show a progression of the illustration style from a more realistic foot to a more simplified Cartoon Version of it.
An additional foot study I did out of the Famous Artist Cartoon Course Lesson 7 Drawing Pretty Girls. This study is one I have committed to memory as it’s very important to know the Out Side Ankle is lower than the inside and how to draw different types of foot wear.
Today’s drawing study is done out of the famous artist cartoon course. In this study we are looking at the hair as a large shape and illustrating the difference between a mens hair cut and women’s hair should take up half the head.
Source: Cover Title Lettering Inked
Today we learn about the “Four essential parts to a sexy girl” according to the Famous Artist Cartoon Course Lesson 7. Below is the drawing I did from this lesson. It is a free hand recreation of the illustration by Joe King. Each one the four circles in the drawing are suppose to be one of the “four essential parts.” They are listed in the course as 1. The Face 2. The Breasts 3. The Hips and 4. The Legs.
While Tang Soo Do and many other traditional martial arts have been discarded by several fractions of the martial arts community as being outdated and ineffective in combat. In recent years there have been a number of very successful professional mixed martial arts fighters with backgrounds steeped in traditional styles of of Karate in it’s various forms. Here’s a quick list of some of these martial artists. Read Full Article here…
Source: Tang Soo Do
Catch Wrestling Instructional 4 of 5. Also there’s 2 days left if you want to pick up one of my Kickstarter rewards here’s the link; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu
THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE! There are literally only 3 days left I was seriously worried! I was thinking, “man this is going to come down to the last minute,” and then… This morning I get up check my email and find out. It made it! IT MADE IT! I’m jumping off the walls right not. Thank you everyone who’s back this project, liked or shared any of my posts and believed in this! I won’t let you guys down! There are still 3 days left if anyone else wants to jump in and pick up one of the rewards heres the link; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu
The link to my Kickstarter is; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu At the time of this writing there are four days left and I am 77% funded. Here are 5 reasons why you should back my Kickstarter!
Last of all I want you to take a look at this Screen Shot of my Kickstarter Profile you can go to my project page and it’ll be exactly the same. I’ve backed 20 projects myself. I believe there’s value in believing in someone else’s idea and supporting it. Once again here is the link to my Kickstarter Project; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu
This is part II of my Interview with Local San Diego Artist Aj Fulcher all the Pencil drawings you see in this interview where done by A.J. for Strength Monsters comics. If you want to get a good idea of what the next two issues of my Strength Monsters comic books will be like then read this interview! I have a Kickstarter going right now for these comics and when you support stuff like this you aren’t just helping me finish the project you are supporting local guys like A.J. work towards their dreams and old timers like Mike Witherby make their comebacks! http://kck.st/1O4Ersu is the link to the Kickstarter it’s also at the beginning and end of the article attached below.
The History of the Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association. Source: The History of the Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association
Stumbled across this cool video today while doing more research for the collected print (and download) edition of Worlds Deadliest, Chapter 1; “Deathly Weapons.”
I’ve been working really hard to finished this first collected edition of my Martial Arts Web Comic Worlds Deadliest soon. The book will contain a number of never before published illustrations by myself, biographical essays on important martial artists and a number of additional articles and resources pertaining to martial arts even including some little known and obscure information about Dim Mak!
Hopefully the overall all the finished product will be the martial arts book you’ve always wanted to read that no one ever made.