Gpozzo: No problem. Thank you very much for kind comment! knut-: Thanks man! Yeah. My goal is to make abstract bold strokes while maintaining illusion of reality. But to really learn how to make only meaningful strokes is life long journey. skMOP: thank you very much! Mane: Thank you for such words! Obstfelder: That's the goal!. Thanks! bharat: thank you! TFsean: it happens here all the time. I find a new trasure thread every time I get myself to browse it here. Thank you!
Nice! I like them! One little crit though: I do wish for some more variation of stroke shape and size, and edge. Not much, just a little extra. Some of them, like this: http://tomhonz.files.wordpress.com/2...nz_rokytka.jpg do it for me—the bigger strokes on the right; the relatively flat area on the stream; and the smaller, crisp, white strokes, make it ten times as interesting as a painting done with strokes of all the same size, shape, and edge.
Guy, it's impressive. Really. I love your digital paints. very powerful atmospheres. I have a folder of your stuff for inspiration! Question: how would you say is the stroke precision difference and brush economy use when painting colors- digital vs traditional? same thing, or different? rephrase: what's the difference in how you approach brush strokes when finding color or values in both mediums? Thanks.