Last edited by mikrob; January 6th, 2011 at 09:03 AM.
Nice, i really like the second
Anyone that can paint glass are amazing in my opinion. Nice work!!
Hey buddy nice study keep goinnnn.....love the lighting part...
Great work. The second image made me hungry. I'm sure that this question will pop up sooner or later(or not) so I'm going to ask it: What painter brushes did you use to create the images? Can't wait to see more.
Excellent stuff.. the third piece really sings
Please visit my sketchbook!:
Hey Mik, nice sketchbook so far. Loving the Tea still lifes. I should have a go at a longer piece... anyway, my only crit is that latest image, it took me a while to realise that what i thought was a seascape was infact on the top of mountains in the mist below a rainy sky. I would suggest just giving the moutain tops a little whiteness to indicate at snow? Then again it could just be me :-)
Thanks for replies.
Here is some old stuff.
And new one - Hellboy
very cool stuff dude, love the still lifes...
Keep on postin'
Your colors are great! I mean obviously you can draw and paint but wow it's the colors that get me. You said those first ones were done on the computer, do you have any traditional paintings? I'd love to see them.
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My goal: To get good enough to post in the Finally Finished Forum.
Looking upon your great studies I couldn't help wonder what brushes you use more often than not?
Diego, humanNature6115, Thanks!
MyOrangeHat, Thanks. I haven't any traditional paintings, only computer paintings.
Hive_minD, as I said before:
I use Soft Vine Charcoal brush with opacity 10-50%.
Here is another still life and it's progress.
Last edited by mikrob; January 26th, 2009 at 06:25 PM.
Wow those still lifes are amazing. I have some crits but I was just running out I'll stop back later tonight. But quick request, maybe you can give some info on how you set them up and how long you take, I think I could learn alot from doing some focused still lifes like that. thanks
Just have fun.
Some new stuff...
Some 3d stuff.. ZBrush.
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