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D.Labruyere, as you know a brushtroke in Photoshop is made out of the repitition of one custom shape over and over. What flow does is it reduces the maximum opacity of every single repeated shape in...
Lately mine is the lazy way that is, the thumbnail sketch is generally what will end up being the final painting. It makes up for the fact that digital doesn't have a decent palette where you can mix...
I don't get it why the bottom of the image is washed out, neither what the background is supposed to mean. In a piece like this, those two elements in their slapdash attempt to focus the attention on...
I love 'em, great!
Just, what do you mean it's all digital? I take it you don't mean these are all digital paintings? That last one for instance, it looks quite like a still from a stop-motion...
Courula: I don't know what to think of that hand now that you pointed it out.
I understand that it may bother some and at the same time I like how it's relaxed but in a position in which I can sense...
Photo study from an old blogpost of James Gurney's.
Lines for a personal painting I really wish I had more time to work out right now but tryin'.
and some sketchy stuffz...
There's medication for that. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotretinoin is one of them. Works like a charm too but more of a pain for girls to get it prescribed though.
wish I'd update more often but hey...
Here's a pencil copy after G. F. Watts' sculpture Physical Energy.
Again, thanks everyone for the sweet feedback!
Here's the Scorpion, from the Zodiac series. Each sign must include a reference to a labour of Hercules, indicated by the client. In this one...
I'm trying to find time now and again to finish reading the collection of short stories by Ambrose Bierce I borrowed from the library.
From a 'A Horseman in the Sky':
Good to see new stuff from you, Cos! Lots of eye treats in the blog, thanks for sharing!
Thanks to everyone of you for the warm feedback, glad to see the work that went into these is appreciated!
Brian Bremer: Yes I can safely say that I know more about Tarot cards now than...
here's a new one, finished today
Look what january dragged in.
If you want to learn how to draw by buying a book about drawing you READ it!
Also when you write, titles count; it should be no surprise that "So, you buy a book - then what" is getting due...
"Yo dawg, I herd you like crosses..."
PieMonster and Aks9: Thanks!
I made a thread for a finished image of mine, if you want to check it out > http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=233907
here and now, 3...
Abbesses by Birdy Nam Nam
Bookends by Simon and Garfunkel
Pavel Sokov: I use custom made brushes for both the brush tool and the smudge tool, although different ones for each. If you want to have some of the colour variation you see in these you also have...
J'étais sur d'avoir déjà posté ici... De très bon tafs en tt cas!
Bne Année en avance! :vodkamachine: ; )
(si t'as msn j'serais heureux de faire connaissance! Pm si tu veux)
Here's a new one from me. Probably the last one of the year but the first of many to come made (for the most part) with the oh-so-painterly but messy smudge tool.
Happy holidays, all! : )...
Not to avoid helping with your question, but based on your sketchbook my advice for you would be to focus on your drawing. Work mainly from life and reference and the technicalities of the medium...
Yours is one of my favourite sketchbooks, keep it up!
Hello everyone, long time no posts!
Here's a new quickie I made for a friend after a photo of her kitty.
I fell for the smudge tool again and I think I will make room for it as a sizeable part of...
I tend to see this kind of art as a way for painters to talk back at the camera.
But beyond that, I think it takes the subject matter of the photograph into another realm. Camera pictures being...