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    Wonderful thread Patrick - dunno why I have missed it before!
    I made a comment on your Conan painting, but it was on a thread I think you had especially for that picture.
    Anyway, just to say how much I dig your work - you have this beautiful elegiac feeling in all that you do and you have the technical means to deliver it.
    Looking forward to seeing more.

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    Hi Chris,
    I lost track of that thread but just read your comments, thanks. Love your work too, it's always great to see paint rendered with passion.

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    Creating Epic SF Art

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    ImagineFX Comps

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    Broken Android: Born to Die

    Here's an interesting one: Two artworks, one digital, one oils, same image. I did the digital version in Painter in around four hours for a collector to get an idea of how the oils would look in his collection, then the oils took five days.

    Which do you prefer? Obviously the digital is more slick due to the perfection of Painter ( even though it's essentailly a rough comp ) verses brush and rag, so we're not talking precision-wise but aesthetically.

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    Hey Patrick,

    This is kind of a tough choice, but I'm gonna have to go with the oils. The digital one looks better all around, but a lot of the detail distracts me from looking at her face, which looks more beautiful and refined in the oils. One thing I have noticed with even the best of digital paintings is that after a while I don't feel anything while looking at them. Its the same here. The oil really has a good mood and you can get into it. Also, the canvas texture aids the different areas- skin looks very porous and tangible. I look at this piece and I feel buried in technology.

    Thanks for the posting.

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    Thanks Spivak,

    'I look at this piece and I feel buried in technology': Very well expressed, my feeling on a lot of digital work. I guess that's why I prefer Painter over Photoshop, but nothing can get close to an original oils ( I wish there was the technology to photograph the glazes.)

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    Hey Patrick,

    Are you ever going to attempt any larger scale Conan paintings like Frazetta's Destroyer? I think your style lends itself well to that character, especially based on the Conan you did earlier in the thread. Many of your character paintings seem to have at most 2 characters. Any chance of something more grand like a big battle?

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    Deathstalker Rebellion

    Hi Spivak,

    You must be psychic as I'm working on another large Conan oils at the minute that will no doubt draw critical comparisons to Frazetta's destroyer piece, althought there are still only four figures in the fight. I'll post when the collectors have approved it to show.

    In the meantime here is a four year old book jacket commission painted in Painter for the novel 'Deathstalker Rebellion'.

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    Conan: Dawn of the Dead

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    Conan: Dawn of the Dead Steps

    I'm writing my second fantasy oil techniques ebook which will feature in-depth step by step production of this piece and others. Here are some wordless steps.

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    Conan: Dawn of the Dead Steps

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    The Forbidden Kingdom Affordable Quality Prints Available Now!

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    Patrick, your thread is such a blast to come to! I absolutely love the updates.

    For the digital and oil painting for a collector: I love the oils! Not any less slick then the digitals at all!

    For the conan pieces: Wow. This brings back nostalgic memories of my childhood in Russia. When I was around 5-7 I was reading and being read to my first books, which were the Conan book series. The illustrations on them really captured my imagination at the time, and they have the same style that you have. So very old school! I love them.

    I have only used oils once so far and completed a Rasputin portrait, and now I am working on my second oil piece. I have never read anything about using traditional medium or have been tought to. So I am just wondering how did you get Conan's face from the wips to go from the red sketch to the second image in that post where his face turns black? Its like an "overlay" or "multiply" layer in photoshop. Did you take the oils and split them with the diluting solution, and that made the paint transparent like that?

    I have only one crit. Your newest Conan poster seems to have a longer upper leg on Conan. I am speaking about HIS left leg. I feel like the knee should definitely go up!

    Looking forward to more!

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    Fantasy Oil Techniques

    Thanks Pavel,

    You're right, I did 'cheat' that leg to keep the area from competing with the skeleton. The methods for painting Conan's face would run into pages but I am working on doing just that for my second techniques book. In short, though, I work from dark to light, adding more opaque ( dense ) colour as I go. I'll post a link here when the second book is complete containing the Conan step by step.

    Good luck with your oils, Pavel. I'd like to recommend my first oil painting techniques book to you, which is available for download at my store for a mere $8 and has hi res close ups and a wealth of information on my methods: www.pjartworks.com

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    i love your work the oil pieces are awsome i love conan

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    Thanks, Mr. Sweeney!

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    As always, Patrick, I am simply blown away by your lush, vibrant style. Awesome work!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Lofgren View Post
    As always, Patrick, I am simply blown away by your lush, vibrant style. Awesome work!!
    Thanks Eric!

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    Love this topic.
    The lush colours are wonderful.

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    Thanks Studio!
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    Movie Reviews

    Dan Dos Santos posted a heap of nice words reviewing my movies and books here at his superb blog, Muddy Colors:
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    Patrick.

    Lovin' your work but I gotta pipe up a crit on this last one:

    What's wonderful about your work is that you have faith in your own particular sense of design and mood to make the image read and tell your story.
    However, in this last piece you have relied heavily on off the peg tricks which you are way too good an artist to ever have need of.

    That is to say: Standard use of contrast to plonk the eye on the important bits, grimaces for one dimensional effect and a standard fantasy layout surrounded by props.

    You don't need this! Your world and temperament has a power all of its own which blows these kinds of tropes off the wall and into the mediocrity trash can where they belong.

    I know I'm being a little harsh, but its because I have great enthusiasm for your work and don't want to see it diluted with the kinds of things lesser talents use all the time. The fantasy industry needs as many personal voices as it can get!

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    Hi Patrick

    Thanks for posting all this stuff it's great.

    That comparison between the Painter and the Oils was great to see, I thought I would prefer Painter but the Oils blows it away. I'm not sure how much of that is to do with the canvas texture, or is it the slightly different palette or the use of light.

    Off to buy the Alien Landscape Video

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    Apologies for the long time away. Thanks Chris for your constructive comments. Thanks Dust, I hope you enjoyed the movie tutorials!

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