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December 5th, 2010 #1
Have not posted any art on CA for a long while, so... new sketchbook.
If for some strange reason you want to see my older one from 2008 it is here:http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...84#post1900084
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December 5th, 2010 #2
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December 6th, 2010 #3
I went and saw a "jason and the argonauts" play the other day.
The way they used the wagon as the set was rather neat.
It even transformed into a ship.
moved and resized the original first post picture to here.
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December 13th, 2010 #9
Hey, I love your watercolors. What paper are you using? It looks like you're getting some nice control despite a pretty coarse texture. I used to love making big wild watercolors so It would be great to know. Right now I just use 4-ply museum board, which is typically for matting, but it makes a great substrate for water based stuff.
I'm also just starting out with digital paint, maybe take a loose watercolor and use it as a basis for a digital painting. Then add to it with some really transparent layers, building it up from there. I think it becomes fun for me when I already have something to work from, maybe it will work for you too!
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December 18th, 2010 #10
I'm not overly picky about paper. For me the pens and paint are far more important.
All the ones I have posted so far have been on cheap strathmore 140lb cold press.
The airship one is in a sketchbook with some sort of smoother paper.
I like really thick hot press paper, but I tend to use whatever I have around.
Thanks for the the starting with a loose watercolour suggestion. Maybe I will try it. Although I have always felt weird about working off of something non digital. Maybe because the original doesn't change when you paint on the computer, haha.
Went on a sketchbook date, the other day...
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December 30th, 2010 #13
Heey! Cool style for sure. I really like how you do single objects like that building and the flying ship. Would love to see some of those qualities in a more complete composition!
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