Do you start form black and white sketch to then apply the colors or you directly use colors? I would like to see some of the steps or your process, can you post any?
Alday.J : merci!
Erilaz : hey Mr.Tea! thanks for stopping by. I'll post all my new speeds.. the old ones you can see on my site
marioucci : you're welcome! glad you're stopping by here too. thank you
Placeboast : thank you.
Ferg : hehe thanks.
Cyberotter : thanks
Pichuerca : I usually start directly in color. I'll try to compile a tutorial when I have some time !
new speedy, testing a couple of new brushes (no ref):
superb, m@! Your sketchbook will rock da house!
your stuff is tasty! - to say the least.
very interesting idea to go dragon hunting with a sniper rifle, too.
the environment with the old dark house is one of my favourites. yeeep!
wow. i just looked through your box on cgcommunity.com
and now i gotta say you're a freaking genius!! yo....
it is awsome things you got here!!!!!
Intense, the lighting is mind blowing.
wow, really nice work. Especially your environments, wich I love. Even tho you know your human anatomy quite well, they look kinda stiff most of your characters. Try 'n look in to that.
Keep it up!
Wonderful SB, M@. I really love the way you handle lighting and color. I'll be looking for more!!
What the hell is your problem man !!!!
This is bloody awesome artwork. I'm a fan from the work you done on cgtalk aswell (assuming that's you :-).
Really great lighting and color in your work.
The character work is awesome, but my favorite is cleft.jpg.
The landscape where you tested your brushes, lol, tested, fecking awesome.
Anyway, very inspireing work. Always nice to see your work.
The forest fight for sunlight, that takes root in every tree.
rewind : thanks for your words
Denntanos : I try to post as often as I can! thanks
lewiston : thanks. I don't use painter, only PS and sometimes 3dsmax
young paddy 1, dextermcspice, Icey : thanks
TigerMilk : you're right about the characters I still don't know perspective and anatomy so good to be able to pull out accurate characters in a few brushstrokes and have that dynamic feel.. I tend to work a long time on them and so, I get some stiffness.
ZebzFree, ChrisMayernik, That fat kid : thanks
Hypronost : thanks, and yes , that's me
dCepT : thanks. Well, that one is for you then same kind of style as gold.jpg
Awesome! Diggin' on the reflectiveness of the metal... No crits, man!
great to see you over here. Your latest stuff has been fantastic.
AMAZING stuff dude, i'm eager to see more of your work.
Love your CHOW entries.
Great portfolio material
wicked awesome, I love it all
I really like this peice in particular.