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Here are some personal works i have done recently (last 2- 3 months) and though i willl share them here since this place inspires me much. The bottom works are much faster as they are speedpaints i did when i had ideas. All critiques are very welcome!
You can view more at my gallery:
Last edited by krypt; March 15th, 2008 at 12:00 PM. Reason: updates
gorgeous works man!
One thing I will say though,
Those last three speed paints could have been alot stronger. Its kinda hard to distinguish between the quick lines and the hues you used. combined, its not enough to suggest series of forms... rather blobs are what "could" have been used as forms. Its hard to interpret into words, or maybe just my lack of experience. Although I must say your illustrations are pretty strong.
Keep it up!
the lighting is awesome man. i like it! keep posting more.
Like the location with the saucer plants...thats quite different- very imaginative!
I've a question: How much time (average) did it take you to finish a single painting?
i take 2-3 days for the more completed works (on and off). For the speedies like the last 3 they can be as fast as 15mins depending on how much i want to tighten. (= Hope that answers your question
These are all so good..my favorite is the Joker
yes usually i start with a quick sketch to capture the main values and colours using big round brushes. I'll try and see what i can do to show you the step (=
wow, awezome stuff!
Thanks to all for the kind words, i will be putting together some snapshots and WIPs for those who are interested in the creation process!
Thanks for your generosity
Thanks everyone, yes i will be compiling them over the weekends meanwhile here's some more works.
Pepper Escape done for the The Pepper Project by Artgerm.
NICE WORKS! Great use of colors! 5 from me!
This is the WIP snapshots for chaos. This was the first peice i started out wokring with just black and white. I made a quick sketch and then later on added colours onto it by a "colour" layer. I think working with b&w is great for certain pieces that are more desaturated and darker!
cool, rally like the prces shot.