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Ian O'Neill
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United Kingdom
My name's Ian O'Neill, but most people know me as EzJedi. I'm a digital artist from the UK who loves all things 80's, geeky and gamer. I'm also a pretty nifty cook and I like to stare up at the stars as much as possible! My girlfriend tells me I'm a man-child. I proudly and wholeheartedly agree.:D

I'm a super friendly all round nice guy (as long as my chai batteries are near full and it's not a Monday) and I'll always help a fellow DA'er if I can, so feel free to comment or ask me anything. Except what colour underwear I'm wearing. That would be weird.;)

In case you couldn't tell, I consider myself to be quite funny. Nobody else does...:shrug:

Tumble or tweet? See more wip's, inspirations and random thoughts on my Tumblr & Twitter!
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Random Geralt of Rivea that I didn't want uploaded to my gallery AHOY!!!
Geralt web by EzJedi

“My name is Geralt, and I’ll be your Witcher today. What can I murder for coin get for y’all?”
Ultraviolence - naked lines by EzJedi
Ultraviolence - naked lines
It feels like forever and a day since I actually uploaded art on DA, so here, for your enjoyment (I hope) are the bare naked lines for this Lana Del Ray inspired print. A finished version with colour and design elements will be available soon on my Society6. I'll update the image with appropriate links then.

Done in Sketchbook pro, using a Wacom Cintiq 12x, 46ml of elbow grease and a hearty sense of humour.;)

edit: Please full view for a non blurry ass mess version!
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First of all a massive apology for my prolonged absence in the last few weeks; it's been a trying time at home. Illness, dissertations and general change have all played a part. I haven't been entirely inactive, but what work I have accomplished of late has mostly been of the 'behind the scenes' variety, such as finally writing some of the short stories up ready for layout that I've been accumulating in my giant list of ideas, for goodness knows how long. Yes, I'm finally planning to take the plunge and do some of the sequential stuff we like to call comics. I've also been planning some of the prints and merch I'm going to start getting together to try and sell on Society6, as I really need to increase the income I get from my art by the end of the year. Another reason I need to start doing some commissions over the summer (although I'm not sure the market is there quite yet). In case you couldn't tell I'm a person who constantly needs a plan with direction, or I just flim flam and flounder my way through life aimlessly. I'm the total opposite of my other half, who just *DOES*, rather than planning, thinking, procrastinating, then planning some more... This is why she's very successful in her field (dance education), whereas I'm a professional under achiever! Hey, the world needs dreamers right? 

I'm in the process of switching over to a fancy new iMac today, which predictably, is a lot more hassle than you might think. Still, while I sit and wait for another 25,000+ items to be securely deleted so I have clean back up, I figure it's the ideal time to finally get last month's late feature post up!



Cobra Strikes by Sam-M 
Cobra Strikes by Sam-M

CMK by kasai 
CMK by kasai

Yamagata by f1x-2 
Yamagata by f1x-2

D A T A h a w k by Dtronaustin 
D A T A h a w k by Dtronaustin

Halogen issue #1 Cover by AfuChan 
Halogen Issue #1 Cover by AfuChan

at first light by akreon 
at first light by akreon

W20150413 - Sky Bike lines by StMan 
W20150413 - Sky Bike lines by StMan

Starborn 11::Page 18 by KharyRandolph 
Starborn 11::Page 18 by KharyRandolph

Sonic 272 Cover by edwinhuang 
Sonic 272 Cover by edwinhuang

Penguin by Gorrem 
Penguin by Gorrem

Archer and Armstrong #16 by Clayton-Henry 
Archer and Armstrong #16 by Clayton-Henry

Rockabilly by bib0un 
Rockabily by bib0un

1956 Buick Century by Pollitoconpapas01 
1956 Buick Century by Pollitoconpapas01

Lady Alexandra by dinmoney 
Lady Alexandra by dinmoney



So there we have it folks, some awesome art that's been filling my favs of late. That's all from me for now. Don't forget to check out my tutorial on clean line art done for the lovely folks over at autodesk-sketchbook, you can see it here if you haven't stumbled across it yet: Tutorial: Creating Crisp Line Art. Warning: it's quite a long read, but worth it if you like the entertaining ramblings of an artistic madman! Also it should be noted that it's more a collection of tips and advice on how I do things, than a step by step tutorial.

Right, until next time, stay hippy and happy you artsy folks!:D



Apologies for the lack of art and activity lately guys n gals, been a little under the weather all week. Boo, poor me!

April's Gaggle of Favs will be up by the end of the week, then hopefully you'll see a bit more from me. Again, I can only apologise for my tardiness!
Tutorial: Creating Crisp Line Art by EzJedi
Tutorial: Creating Crisp Line Art
I was asked to create a tutorial on my line art techniques by the lovely people over at Autodesk's Sketchbook team for a series of tutorials they're currently publishing, so here it is folks, my first attempt at a tutorial! (fanfare sounds, albeit only in my head...);)

It's pretty wordy, so you may wanna make a sandwich or something. Apologies for the massive file as well! This is my first ever attempt at making something in depth like this, so please, be gentle with me folks...:D

The tutorial uses Sketchbook 7 and a Wacom Cintiq 12wx, but 90% of it can be applied to most digital art apps and tablets. You can see the finished piece I created for this tutorial here: The Scavenger - Coloured

For more awesome Sketchbook tutorials, art and more, check out autodesk-sketchbook! And don't forget to check out this month's Hero Challenge by the awesome talent, Kevin Mellon! You can find out more here: April Hero Challenge: Kevin Mellon.

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Don't forget, as well as here on DA, you can follow me for more art and mad ramblings if you're glutton for punishment on my Twitter and Tumblr blog!
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Acerbic450 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2015  Student General Artist
What a game, and without the two Alex's too, next week's game a massive one.
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EzJedi Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Damn straight it is dude! But then it's always important to better Spurs regardless of league position. Unfortunately I missed the game today, but I heard the Santi and Ozil combo worked out pretty well. I shall be carefully watching the highlights soon!;)
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Acerbic450 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2015  Student General Artist
I think Santi and anyone combo would work at this point in time, dude's showing his veteran status. You could see that he was really trying to set up Akpom for his first goal, class. Did you catch the highlights?  
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EzJedi Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
I'm ashamed to admit I haven't gotten round to watching it yet! I've seen plenty of clips of the goals, but I just haven't found the time so far this week. I'm pleased things seem to be finally clicking though. It's only 11 points to the top, so as far as I'm concerned there's everything to fight for. I don't know if Chelsea will drop that many points, but it's certainly not insurmountable. Just happy to see us playing smarter football again tbh!
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ViViVooVoo Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you muchly for the watch!
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