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December 20th, 2011 #352
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December 20th, 2011 #354
THOSE COLOURS I LOVE YOU BECAUSE OF THEM!!!
January 18th, 2012 #355
wow really cool stuff
January 22nd, 2012 #356
Mateja: Thank you! shame they didn't go all the way and annouce a winner overall, but happy to have won that category!
Iristhevirus: thanks very much, always a pleasure to hear the art inspires!
Teapo, AdrianNagorski, Falchion, GEB, BlightedArt prsnsweeny: thank you all for the kind words!
Art dump time! Mostly roughs and sketches with a couple of finished pieces.
A caricature of my boyfriend, for his family for xmas. He's a human wearing a horde symbol because it's a caricature of him, not his character!
Angel uriel, done for one of 's challenges. First time working closely from a digital colour rough, and enjoyed the experience!
My first (and potentially last) Cintiq image. Done with a 12WX. If you have any experience with a 24" Cintiq, I'd love to hear from you in this thread: Reviews of the 24" Cintiq
And sketches, studies etc:
Done as a paintover for THIS thread in Critique
January 22nd, 2012 #357
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January 23rd, 2012 #359
Beautiful, Articulate Work! Thank you for sharing this. I like KateyParr's question. I wouldn't mind reading your thoughts on how you think about designing/ planning a painting.
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March 16th, 2012 #362
I hope you come back to update your SB very soon!!!
There is so much gorgeous art here, I love it!
March 16th, 2012 #363
Wow, i am litterally amazed with your talent! Magnifique!
March 16th, 2012 #364
Thank you for all the kind words guys!
@ Derra: There's a myriad of ways I usually approach paintings... it depends totally on what I want out of the image. Sometimes I'm inpired by the work of others and just want to try my hand at their style, sometimes it's looser and I don't have a goal, and sometimes I know just what I want. Each of those means I start and plan a painting or design slightly differently. Digitally I guess when it's a full blown illustration, I usually start with a background colour or rough set out of light and dark, so I can ensure all my other colours blend with the overall light colour. Traditionally, it's a much more planned process unless I'm just randomly doodling. It usually involves a couple of rough thumbnails, followed by either a digital or pencil rough, followed by a finished linework, followed by the finished rendering. I work better with lineart for characters and better with solid shapes for environments. But it's probably an entirely personal thing!
Here's a few more pieces done of late.
There's a WIP POST on my personal blog for the Blizzard piece.
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