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Been a while but thatdoesnt mean I havent been workin. Heres some stuff I did over the Summer.
You keep on developing. The gouache paintings are great.
Good progress. Obviously taking on all the really great advice and working hard. Keep going!
Here is a copy of Arkhipovs 'The Washer Women' I completed a few weeks ago.
JVLs suggestion is a good one re showing the original. You can see how it is supposed to look here.
Oil on board. ...
Completed some more studies
This one was just practising an environment
These were some quick mech type concepts done in 30 min and then I fleshed one of them out.
Here is a study and some other images I completed recently.
Feel free to crit. Thanks.
These were done for the character mentoring stream over on Crimson Daggers. ...
Continued with the sketches. I try to keep them as quick as possible.
The these are studies which are about 2 hours.
Stock from here.
Stock from here.
Still working on the sketches and speedpaints. I also finished the Merlin character concept.
Fantastic work. Thanks for posting.
I kept working on the King Arthur character and this is as far as I got. Along with this I did more sketches.
Following along with Crimson Daggers mentoring and have worked on the character development . This is something I have done very little of. This is Arthur (of Arthur excaliber) from Japan 11-12...
Another year another portrait.
These are a couple of photo studies I did. They were to help with a personal piece I am currently workin on.
A collection of sketches I did this week. These were all just for practice from screenshots and photo reference.
I have spent a lot of time doing studies and I really want to get used to working on more imaginative work. This is a personal piece I completed recently.
Working on poses and sketching portraits. The study is work for a personal piece. I detailed just the upper right corner.
Updates are in the last post
Your landscapes are looking great.
Really enjoy your work.
Hope you keep posting.
This portrait by Repin appears with all sorts of hues on the web. I don't know which version is closest to...
This is a master study of a work attributed to Jean Jaques de Boissieus A Male Saint (1781). I saw this painting on...