Thank you So-naa
The skintone painting tutorial isn't finished yet, I'm still working on it. Here's the second-third part.
Beautiful hand - absolutely stunning (thanks for posting the skin tone color stuff above too - very helpful indeed!)
Daryl Zero: "A few words here about following people. People know they're being followed when they turn around and see someone following them. They can't tell they're being followed if you get there first."
hello and nice studdys her are you going to angel off art in florens ?
im whondering becuse im going ther hopfuly and i ned too assk you som question if its ok?
please awnser in sb
my sb: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...ight=sevarenge
WOW, some of your lifedrawings are rendered so well, looks great! And it looks like you can work with colors very well too. Everything is nice to look at This last hand is very impressive and was definitely worth the hard work.
I really like your classic style mixed with modern elements!
Keep up the nice work.
PS: Thanks for visiting my sketchbook.
so much beautiful stuff in here, and some awesome skin color tips I hope to come by more regularily!
My57, thank you
Giorge, thank you!
sevarenge, thanks! yes, I'm studying at AAA. any questions, go ahead but you might wanna check the last few pages of this sketchbook, I've answered a couple questions about the school already.
comixnut, thank you
GunTrouver, vielen Dank
Jakers, thanks a lot =)
Here's a new work. This is the cover illustration for my book Das Blut der Götter, which has been published in Germany by ZPV
How it looks as a book cover:
Rom, 1494: Der junge Thaidos Maglione muss mit ansehen, wie sein Vater verhaftet wird. Der römische Kardinal Cesare Borgia will seinem Vater Informationen über ein universales Gegengift entlocken, das als verschollen gilt – das Blut der Götter. Doch Thaidos' Vater will verhindern, dass der Kardinal die Substanz in die Hände bekommt und beauftragt Thaidos, sie zu finden und zu vernichten. Zusammen mit Saphatino, einem Piraten aus der Gefolgschaft seines Vaters, macht sich Thaidos auf die Suche nach dem Gegengift. Doch er verliebt sich auf seiner Reise nicht nur in Saphatino, zu allem Überfluss ist den beiden auch noch ein vom Kardinal beauftragter Assassine auf den Fersen.
bestellen bei Amazon, oder in der Buchhandlung (ISBN 3941511017) oder direkt beim Verlag!
Thank you Hans
No english translation planned I think... not enough time D:
Some new work, nothing serious though... (all Photoshop)
This lady was part of a book cover commission. She's the sorceress of a Germanic tribe.
a modern Salome, maybe I'll finish it someday. It was an experiment to see what I could do from imagination (that means painting without any reference)
wow amazing drawing . keep it up
Great sb, and thanks for sharing your knowledge as you learn. It motivates, me in particular to focus on stuff I really know nothing of. Great tutorial up there.
The drapery study are awesome, and you apply them to you digi, even more awesome. Okay, I better go do some of those now, keep up the great dedication.
Insert very insightful quotes here ...
- get back to work!
great looking portraits
i liked the warm feeling the first one has
and on the second i liked how she is quite pale but her lips are so vivid and full of color
you have great stuff here
Awesome work you have going here. You're really making leaps and bounds in your own paintings and it's obvious that your bargue works are really paying off.
Keep up the fantastic work! Those two new speedpaints are really nice. I really like the tones in the first one.
Really nice use of colors in here! Very rich and sweet palettes. Thanks a ton for the painting tutorials, found them really useful. Keep up the great job!
your work is really nice overall, if you would like some ideas on things to work on I would say first to broaden your range of master copies. You do a lot of Renaissance painters like Leonardo but I think it could only help to look at more contemporary artists such as Sargent, Zorn, Bouguereau, Gerome, etc. In my opinion the Renaissance painters were excessively curvilinear. Another thing I think would help would be to do some exercises where you can't make a curved line. You'll find that you can make the illusion of a curve by several straight lines which then hold up more form when you go in to refine the drawing. Bargue is a master of that. All of his lines are straight or have a VERY subtle bend to them, and he captures form brilliantly! good examples of that are in the more preliminary plates of the Bargue course when he sets up a drawing. Keep up the good work!
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