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Really enjoyed the quick oil studies, especially how you presented them. Clever!
And for the pieces... beautiful lighting on the angel, and the King of Elephants made my day.
A webcomic of Apocalyptic proportions.
Piece for a short story in Wayfinder 2 magazine. A Paizo fanzine. Free download on their site.
Oil on panel. about 18 x 24
Edit: Thanks Dan for the PO, it really helped.
Last edited by aaronmiller; March 15th, 2010 at 09:28 PM. Reason: Updated image
Love that last piece. Great composition. Nice work all around, man.
Some really great work here.
Nice one, Aaron!
Great gesture on the front guy, almost Rockwell-like.
It looks like you're getting pretty comfortable with the oils.
My only crits are:
1. I think you need to work on using the lighting to create a more a sense of atmosphere.
This means emphasizing the direction it's coming from, and sometimes losing some details to achieve a 'glow',
It also help unify the characters.
2. Watch that your brushstrokes aren't all the same size. It creates a monotony, and ruins the illusion of texture.
Last edited by DSillustration; February 6th, 2010 at 04:34 PM.
- Dan Dos Santos
really liking the new stuff!
great skill man,the more I come down th page it gets better and better.love your colors and ambition.
Hi Aaron... I really like that last one. The gorilla looks real big and weighty, and the guy's pose works very well. I do like Dan's little lighting tweaks though...
And going back to your earlier post, there may be a few inconsistencies in my (drunken) guide to cricket!!
Thanks Dan. Those minor touch ups really make a difference. I think i'll take some of that advice and finish it up.
Again, really appreciated.
@Duddle; I can scan in those notes if you want to post them to your portfolio.
Nice work! Great designs. I like the angel warrior fighting the dragon. But all are beautiful. =)
Wow I really dig the stuff I'm seeing in this thread, man. I really like how "thick" the overall texture of your paintings feel.