Oh my dear, those brushstrokes! I'm impressed how you work with the directions. Makes very interesting studies. I like the Tarly one is post #663. Compared to the posts on the page before, I'm just surprised how you can change your complete style in the studies. That's so great! I totally suck at using brushes that confident. So, keep it up! I wanna see more!
Valyvande: Thankyou. Really the changing style is matter of exploration. At the moment I'm way too obsessed with texture and rake brushes that I'm going overboard with it.
Siilon: My pleasure.
Thanks! Jama is one wicked artist, and to be compared to him is serious compliment.
Ok last ones from today.
Photo ref study and some random thumbnails.
My brain is out of ideas...
Maaaaan such brush strokes ! Impressive sketchbook !
Your artwork has something that mine really needs - charm. You're an inspiration.
Peixota: Thanks! And yeah, Bouguereau is a classic. Hes not exactly my favourite artist but I do think there's worth in studying atleast some aspects of hes works.
Smuli: Yeh, that really is the good side of rake brushes. Those lines left by the "bristles", even when extremely subtle, really register and further defines the shape. You can also create sort of fibery texture with them which is nice.
Some sketches very much inspired by the work of Terryl Whitlatch. I absolutely love her animal drawings and study sheets.
Coatis and Hyaenodon.
Your getting some nice value relationships going on - also some real nice edges too.
i love this one
and the winter forest especially. and the creatures. oh all of it!
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i really like the consistency with your drawings and paintings of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals. please don't stop em'!
Holy shit. My mind is blown. Like X people said before me , that brushstroke maaaaynnn.
"I may not be there yet, but I'm closer than I was yesterday."
Ville_s great work man. i love those environmental studies. i love everything as well from the brush strokes to the drawing. excellent work!
sweet stuff over here i drooled all over those animal studies, you sure can recognize those big masses plus the intricate little forces at work within the anima figure, i really really really liked that i could learn alot from you and those color pieces are really great too, keep this up man its a great sb!