Thanks James and TheNexize.
I did a few quick sketches on a trip during the weekend focusing more on perspective and composition
... and a study in gouache of a concept art from Assassin's Creed (just the environment)
Well, maybe it's not really a study because I didn't try to make it the same way, I was just trying to capture the mood using gouache.
I recently bought a book called Composition of Outdoor Painting by Edgar Payne. I plan to read it and do studies of the examples in the book, both traditional and digital. I started with the covers.
~1h using gouache
~1h using Photoshop
~45 min using gouache
~45min using Photoshop
It's a lot of fun doing the same study traditionally and digitally. There are different advantages and disadvantages to both.
I did a few more oil paintings:
Study after Turner
Study from a photo
Study after Peter Fiore
I'm starting to like oil a lot, although the cleaning part is annoying.
I also started drawing in gouache in a new watercolor sketchbook:
I did 3 more oil paintings recently.
Study after a photo I took last weekend while hiking.
Oil on canvas 24x18cm
Study after another painting done by John Wentz.
Oil on canvas panel 18x24cm
Dota2 logo (I'v been playing it during the last few days... maybe too much, more then painting or drawing anyway).
Oil on canvas panel 24x18cm