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November 3rd, 2010 #417
Hey there, those 'conte' brushes are more than amazing! Great job on those, you totally fooled me until I saw the last version of the portrait!
I also wanted to say that I really appriciate what you are doing for the art community, we are very blessed to have you here!
As far as questions go... I don't really know If I have any, whenever I do they always get resolved in matters of seconds I ask them... So.. When I have a good one, I'll be sure to post it!
Keep up the amazing work!
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November 3rd, 2010 #419
November 3rd, 2010 #420
I'm more interested in the part before those thumbs you showed.
Where you go from a blank canvas with absolutely no idea or even a feeling of what you want.. and then just come up with a sketch :| I waste so many hours just drawing circles, shapes and getting no where.
November 3rd, 2010 #421Registered User
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November 3rd, 2010 #422
It's great you're working on a blog for getting people more acquainted and knowledgeable about digital painting. No questions now, but trying to think of some concerns I've got.
November 3rd, 2010 #423Guest
Fantastic stuff you knoe your trade. Great work gimme more.
November 3rd, 2010 #424
My question is, when do I get a chance to get my hands on the contebrush and how do you get that sense of drypastell-ish feel on your paintings? Really makes things look authentic.
Otherwise, great art. those thumbs are unbelievable!
Keep it up,
November 3rd, 2010 #425
Thanks everyone!!! Great questions! Also, i got some more good ones in my email. keep posting digital painting related questions if anything comes to mind! It's hard for me to know exactly what sort of tutorials to create without the community input. Thanks again!
CHOW 220 and etc:
November 4th, 2010 #426
November 4th, 2010 #427
man this is a nice sketchbook! strange I've never seen it before, but very glad I did. The website looks awesome man, and the paintings and faces going back to basics are great. I have no crits really, just encouragement. The comment "can't go wrong with a knight" made me laugh - so true.
Keep up the hard work
November 4th, 2010 #428
You missed my question, or maybe you're saving it for a tutorial, but how do you get that "chalky" very smooth blend in your paintings? Or, how do you blend your brushstrokes to that matte/smooth-feel?
November 4th, 2010 #429
impressive stuff man. really impressive stuff