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Exactly, gotta show solidarity for your peers - hopefully many more people will do the same.
See you round the www Kostas!
I'm not posting here anymore, if you wanna keep in touch just follow my blog or hit me up on Twitter.
Sony - Tell me about it, I'm still working on the bloody comic!
nim - Haha yeah, his face is cool - liking the large nose and all those wrinkles.
kingkostas - Cheers man ;)
Vritra - You're...
Man your rendering is really getting good, I like the hard/soft contrast in some of the latest ones.
Just crazy good as always Kostas, loving how you render armour!
Man your line never ceases to impress me, it's so fresh and unlike anything people are doing at the minute - no crits here, just asspats as usual ;)
I really like the marks you're making with the traditional media, the charcoals in particular have loads of life in them!
Thanks guys, I appreciate you continuing to check out my work - sometimes I think it sticks out like a sore thumb around these parts!
So I'm crazy busy lately, and haven't really had time for...
The way you've expressed vegetation and subtle pools of light illuminating it in the horned mask guy piece is great, I love how it's so minimal but conveys the message so exactly. Great work as...
I think the sic-fi space stuff looks great. I really like the experimentation going on in all these latest pieces, looks like you're learning a ton!
Sony - Cheers man, I agree about the floor shadow. This is only a quick bg as a sort of style test, so I'll have to think a lot more carefully when I'm painting the final images to not let it get too...
The minimalist quick life drawings are awesome, you've captured loads with minimal marks - really difficult to accomplish!
Nice sketchbook, the last picture really reminds me of Jack Vettriano :)
Giorge - Cheers man.
Eightball_ - It's getting there slowly slowly.
GEB - I spent a fair while thumbnailing awkward scenes, and it's great that it comes across in the final images.
Oh man, such skill! I don't know how long I was looking at that compound eye study trying to play spot the difference with the reference! Words fail me ;)
Obstfelder - Thanks man, I'll keep doing it and posting it!
ruuhkis - Thanks
Duplicitious - hah, your post made me smile
Vritra - Cheers mate, it was printed out massive for a gallery show...
Nice stuff in the last post, would like to see you use some more saturated colours to offset the more muted ones - I always think of it like adding some higher saturation amongst desaturated colours...
Lovely gestures of the gymnast, you've captured the energy so well. I like the painting of the girl in long grass, but there are a few things that could have been done to improve the image....
Great range of stuff in here, nice SB!
Nice, looks like you're learning a lot - keep posting!
Some illustrations I did a little while back for .Cent, a london-based fashion mag.
More info on my blog
GEB - Thanks
Iven - Thanks. I think it's really important to keep an element of traditional media when working digitally, it reminds us it's a handcrafted images rather than merely an abstract...
Damn, the nude sketches are so elegant! Your presentation of them is top notch too, awesome!
Nice, you've addressed load of issues in the update of the face-off illo. Feels way more cohesive already!
Looking at the step by step of that sketch and I can't get my head around it, it's almost...