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    I´ve been to Vienna at the Monet exhibition at christmas and after that, I wanted to do a msterstudy of one of his paintings in oil. I chose the magpie and gave it a slight fantasy theme twist

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    Can't remember if I commented here before, but your monster and life studies are great! I also like your landscape paintings.

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    @yesnoyesno: Thanks!

    Some more portrait practice from imagination, while watching TV or from life at a Cafe

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    You kinda disappointed me Eldercrcoller,
    I wanted to see some hard core battle from your internal psychological entities,
    and you posted some low snowblind cakes. Give us some hard core action, I want it hard.

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    @LtPlissken: Sorry to disappoint, no action at the moment

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    The trees and the foliage in that masterstudy in oils up there is looking fantastic

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    @Uiriamu: Thanks very much!

    I´ve started experimenting with more painterly styles again as I don´t always like the stiff/clean look of my finished images. The two examples below are sketches from imagination done without any lineart, starting off with very textured paintstrokes, going from big broad shapes to finer ones, bringing order to a chaotic mass. It is the complete opposite of what I usually paint like. Usually, clean lineart comes first, then clean local colour base layers, then rendering (essentially bringing order to already established order )
    It is absolutely liberating to paint in this chaotic way. Not sure if the result looks good in any way, but I think, I´ll keep using that workflow at least for my sketching as it is fun and also very fast

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    Continuing the painterly sketching practice. I also tried out the recording feature in procreate, which is really fun!


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    Hello. I love your brush work. It looks like this painterly style is going in a good direction for you. It's nice to meet another DS9 & Dune fan too.

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    @Lillendandie: Thanks! Yes, it´s always a pleasure to meet a fellow fan. Hope you´re as excited as I am for the new Dune remake!

    More quick sketching on the ipad with process video:


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    Some more quick portrait practice. This time I portraited my recent pen and paper RPG party. There´s the spymaster, the goblin, the ugly dwarf twins and the blood shaman



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    Here´s some fun practice stuff: Paint a blob of colour without lifting the brush and without looking. Then find a face inside the blob (kind of like cloudgazing) and use just 3 values and simple brushstrokes to form it out. Takes only up to 5 min. I also took one of the so generated faces and fleshed it out a bit more. It´s fun and sparks creativity

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    Illustration of a demon, who collects bones of worthy enemies, called the bonewasher

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    A new demon illustration: the wishmaster


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    Cool things going on in here!

    I'm intrigued by the painting on the ceiling - looks like some kind of demonic scene?

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    @Mythmaker Thanks! the painting on the ceiling does show a demonic scene, yes. I always love when an image has some second reads or hidden things you only see when looking at it longer. I tried to do that here


    As my ipad corrupts me into more painting and less drawing (I´ve not been pencil drawing for quite some time now.....), I decided to do some exercise sketch drawing on the ipad at least. Here´s a chilling gandalf

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    You've got some really awesome art, Elderscroller! I especially like Gandalf (love LOTR) and the Wishmaster.
    Check out my sketchbook!

    You only fail if you stop trying.

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    @LenGray Thanks very much! I´m also a huge LotR fan

    Wanted to do another LotR character digital drawing, so here´s bored Gimli...

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    new demon illustration, this one´s for ill-growth

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    Practice render of my digital drawing of gimli. I wanted to see what I could make of it without using reference and implementing a story element. I call it "Gimli, don´t make such a fuss!"

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    Love your paintings here! Great use of lighting and textures Very inspiring

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    Been to the art history museum in Vienna and did some studying and plein-air there. After that I tried to apply what I learned from the study of Frans Hals onto my own painting



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    Quote Originally Posted by Elderscroller View Post
    A new demon illustration: the wishmaster


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    Maaaaan ! this one is a gem, love it . Keep the momentum bro
    Blood, Sweat and Tears
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    @0000 Thanks, I´ll try

    An alternate version of the bonewasher demon, less undead looking, more of a chaos overlord

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