These are incredable. There very rich compositionally and just...Incredable.
Beautiful images. Dang, you need to post more shots like this, even after the workshop. Love to see the detail shots of the traditional work. Love to see some wip shots on these as well. Thanks for the post.
That's awesome J.P...totally makes me want to pick up my traditional paints again. Those detail shots are sweet!
Unfortunately I can´t come to Austin to get the last kick to start oils .
Hope to see you once!
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Hi Targete looks like ill be seeing you 2 times in the following months, heading over to orlando later this month see you there I was telling Mr Whitaker about your work as well ill have to introduce you at the workshop ! Its going to be a blast Traditional and digital masters
that white horse/creature is simply bad ass
Last edited by Travis_Bourbeau; May 8th, 2004 at 09:42 AM.
damn --i cant wait to see your demo and learn some traditional wisdom
loving that beast piece --kickass colors
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Bloody excellent, Targete!
Big respect in every aspect. :chug:
I can´t come to Austin. I would have loved to see your originals and seeing you painting.
I've been thinking about what demos I might like to do at the workshop and to keep it simple enough for all to understand. So I thought I would share with you some quick pics of me workin, no biggie. Just wondering If I will work on something very detail or loose like the first image here which took about 4 hours and would be good for a demo. Also figured to show you the pieces in their natural states rather then all digitally enhanced etc.
This guys was done on an 11x14 canvas board with an acrylic underpainting and finished in oils. The canvas is to rough for the type of detail I like to put but is very easy to work in and texture, I'll explain more at the workshop.
The images Below are me workin on a tighter painting, the brown sepia areas are the under painting which ofcourse will be painted in with oils.
I usually start off with larger brushes and whine down to smaller rounds, a good tip is to use your flats to lay color and your rounds to blend and and add detail. I'll explain more at the workshop which I know will be a blast!. Hope this gets you guys fired up to come.
Just added a piece that started out in my sketchbook and painted in Photoshop. See you at Austin.
Last edited by TARGETE; May 9th, 2004 at 04:11 AM.