Well hello once again (:
ah man you're getting better and better by everytime i visit your SB haha and I really have nothing much to say but how you keep making me love all those textures and colors you use! seriously man you keep working on that!
cedule: thanks! i'm glad you like that one, i'm very happy with that one too, cheers man!
blu01: sure man! no problem, humm well... i think everything is wrong with that horse haha, it is suppose to be a study on a steppe/plain landscape (colors and that) i didn't pay much attention to the figures.. thanks again!
Kaihartj: hey! thank you so much for these comment you left in my sb every now and then, i really appreciate them, and i definitely will! cheers!
kevin_: thanks for that kind comment man
not much for today, not painting today, want to practice with my guitar a bit, i'll maybe paint something later, but! i have all the time i want now, so you will se more updates from now on (i hope so) here:
I like the studies and I agree with the previous poster, would like to see some tighter, more polished word at least occasionally. Would like to see more varied values too (darker darks, lighter lights, etc)
Hi mate, loving those bust studies. Think there are a few head construction issues with the sargent though, looks a little lop-sided. Great likeness of ed norton btw, especially considering the relatively low detail.
blu01: Thanks for the comment man! and yes it is the same actor but no the same movie haha, cheers!
gamersgene: Yep, i got that one stuck on my head for a while, i'm decided to do more of these, thanks!
here's what i have been up to with my oils, the skull is a study of Gloominati's pack of skull reference, which i found about it in Kvetch's sketchbook so i just decided to try that out... the colors came way off but i like the result, i really need to learn some color theory and mixing... anyway:
Last edited by Gpozzo; August 9th, 2012 at 11:24 PM.