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Here are a couple of ingame models. Both are human wearing heavy armor. I designed, modeled and textured the face and body. I designed but did not model the armor on the female. Hai Phan designed the...
These were done a couple of weeks ago. The are from a 2 pose session but instead of working on the same painting for both session I did 2 paintings from opposing angles. It was interesting to see how...
Wow very nice work
Hi Chris thanks for the comment. As for composition, I do feel it is the most important first step in creating a painting and I will spend the rest of my life honing that as well as the other skills...
You are correct Graydon about Gamsol. I was defining it in more generally. I use it to thin my paint and clean my brushes.
As for the definition of a limited palette of course it is all relative...
Thanks Timothy, Gamsol Odorless Mineral Spirits is just a safer version of turpentine by Gamblin.
I feel this thread needs a new title. Originally I wanted to show what was possible with using a very limited palette. In no way am I saying that a limited palette is best or that you should be able...
Thanks guys for all the feedback. I have added Ultramarine blue, Alizarin crimson and Cad yellow med to my palette recently and use them when needed. As for mediums I have been using Daniel Smith...
All of the work is very well done. Thank you for sharing
The charcoal portraits are very nice
I really like this painting
A little bit of everything
Very nice work.
Thanks guys. MidgardSerpent I can see what you are talking about I will have to keep an eye out in the future. Lukias as for my paint thickness I use Cremnitz white which is a lead white and is very...
Here are some new paintings from the last couple of months
as for starting out with a limited palette. The most important aspects of painting to me are and in this order Composition, Drawing, Values and Color once you have those then you start to consider...
I am still primarily using the limited palette of ivory black, yellow ochre and venetian red. You can see some more at my blog http://aaroncoberly.blogspot.com/
Thanks everyone. I hope that this post was informative. Yes Mr-Joe that one is using the same yellow, red and black pallet. If you look here...
It has been a long time since I have posted any paintings. I have been perusing the threads pretty regularly so I thought it was time to share some recent work. One thing I have noticed is that a lot...
The body is a 3d model the armor and face are painted on top of the model. How is Artcenter?
These first 2 images I created for the cover and alternate cover of the Girls of Gaming magazine. Sadly they changed their minds at the last minute.
But they did give us a 2 page spread for Guild...
I am very jealous of all the costumes that it looks like your models have access to Mermuse. Here are some paintings done in the last couple of months.
dont forget me Doug