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kischi, themissinglink - guys, that's great to read! Thanks for the encouragement!
Some more pencils:
Ah! I've seen some of these pictures before, and I've been wondering who painted them. Thanks for the link!
Kim - without question, that is the most terrified-looking animal I've ever seen.
Awesome work - truly, truly awesome. I'll add my voice to those requesting process pics (with explanations!).
We should probably have an introductions thread...
Hi, by the way. Why not drop by the UK thread and say 'hello' there (which'd be better than posting in the Lounge)?
A sketch and a painting:
Thanks for looking,
Happy birthday! Sorry it's a bit late!
Badger - thanks! Hope the year's been good to you so far! I'll get around to environments eventually (possibly before too long, or I'll start bringing them more into my paintings, at any rate), then...
void - hmm, you're probably right. I'm trying a variety of different ways to paint at the moment.
A few more:
Happy New Year!
May this year bring you all good fortune!
Orifice - thanks! I'm still trying to figure out how to paint...
Another sketch (this time without contrast adjustments):
I really like your work - the use of colours and textures is very impressive.
If I may ask, are you using brushes or photos to create the textures?
To continue the 'hunched-over' theme:
Trying to work in terms of volume and tone, rather than relying on lines to hold the image in check...
Why do you keep a canvas texture on the initial monochrome? Does it help to have something to 'work into', as it were, or is it to provide visual interest?
I think you're getting ahead of yourself. For the moment, forget the paint - either put some lines down in the program (PS?) or pick up a pencil - and get the structure of the anatomy (and the...
Onwards to an awesome 2007 (where maybe, at some point, I'll make it to another meet... but don't hold your breath)!
Punchy update! I love the reindeer.
I hope things turn out okay for you - your work's always interesting.
Thanks for dropping by my SB the other day - making a return visit.
That jester's looking alright atm, not sure what kind of mood\finish you're going for. I'd just watch the weight of her hips,...
Values, saturation, contrast... *headaches*
Happy Winter Solstice, everyone (exact time was 0022, but better late than never)!