You really are very very talented sir.
Dont think that people are not appreciating your digital pieces, and PLEASE don't delete them! Its just that the watercolours are so well painted that they steal the show
Please post more!!!
Mannnn, your watercolors are gorgeous! Awesome post. Your cathedrals and city landscapes are fantastic, it shows you have a great knowledge of architecture indeed. I've been wanting to get into it a bit as well, got any books you might suggest?
I love the watercolors....keep it coming!
Miguel PizzoDigital & Traditional Artist
sweet work keep it up
Wow, your last picture is amazing! I adore your curly style, and your lighting/atmosphere is brilliant! It's just got so much action, it really tells a story. I also agree with what Extollere said.
And the second picture you posted! Has so much atmosphere. I love the colours.
Love the last one, makes me smile... turd lumps flying around!! And the watercolors are so refreshing! Great job!
just wow! exelent!!! 5*
damn i love this alot man , looks very organic man , loving those orange monkeys, so cute.
awesome hair texture on the dark gorilla , the way ya did the lighting on the whole piece makes the perspective look real good man like as though i'm viewing it from like the side bottom. really cool how ya managed that , adds alot of realism in a viewing perspective
my sketch book NuSex's- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...28#post1723528
upcoming villain/hero wip
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Your watercolors are beautiful.
That last work is a real kick-ass. Love it man, made me smile
"I'm a fuel injected suicide machine. I am the rocker, I am the roller, I am the out-of-controller!"
Dude, the watercolors are amazing, the digital work is as well, but anyone who has ever worked with watercolors knows, they are completely unforgiving. It really shows a confidence in your decisions, with digital, oils or acrylics you can always "work it" till it looks right, but with watercolors you have to commit. I like the bright cheery digital paints a lot, especially the banana thief! It's a wonderful style. The piece with the giant and the guy with the axe is epic, I can't tell where the giant is coming from though, was he buried? Great work, keep it up!
love the last painting.
nice work! Love the watercolors.
thats the most rockin stuff...
the last piece...
the real brave ones are those 'white rat family' in the foreground right.
seems like they have payed to watch this and they aint going nowhere..
wicked stuff..im diggin deep..keep it flowing..
and if you dont mind, do pls comment on my works too..
i've got a sketchbook running ...
c ya,...and go post more.....plsssssssss...
There is but one short cut to success...apparently its called Hardwork.
The Great Indian Mythology Character Design Trick - ( please do leave your comments on this sketchbook) http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=142727
Extollere - thanks man As for the clouds I'll think about softening them, but now I'm too tired with this piece... I thought about this matter in the early stage of painting but i decided that I'll leave it as it is- I kinda like this "crowd" in this part of the painting
Bill- thank You
space-sprayer- I have to say I started wondering if people did even notice that some digital stuff is present here ;] Thanks for kind words!
Ericus- thanks! What books do You have in mind? Books about drawing architecture, or books about architecture itself? Cause if You think of learning to draw from books than I can't help You- I've learned it looking at "live action" of some talented guys from my University and just practicing
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IanLlanas- yeap the watercolors need confidence but they also create many "happy accidents" and if you paint quick enough without thinking too much those accidents can sometimes decide if the painting has a "soul"... Watercolors have a great potential of "capturing the moment". When it's finished, it's finished and you can't overpaint it. That's why i love it But to be honest I haven't painted for a long time
qlanuknow, chrisc- thank You
animosapien- thanks man, I'll visit Your sketchbook
Great work. The monkey picture especially is something really special.
Hats off. Nice one for sharing.
those last watercolors are superb
Sketchbook (daily Oils):
Lovely! You know of another amazing pole called Stanislaw Zoladz? He lives in Sweden now, but I can see a lot of similarities, regarding our pallet especially. What is your WC pallet if you don't mind me asking? And are they done from life?
[url=http://galleryonefone.blogspot.com[/url] This would be my gallery in Sweden
This would be my Pleine Air blog