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January 8th, 2006 #1
BUZZZ II - Jan 12 oils/ acrylics / pencil
Switched DSL-providers recently and I didn't want to update all the links in my old sketchbook so I'm starting a new one.
My old pictures are archived here
if anyone is interested.
Van has inspired me to start trying out oils so I'm doing those at the moment.
I like them very much so you'll probable see more oils coming in the near future.
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January 8th, 2006 #4
Great to see a a fresh book Buzzz! Love the face!
It would be nice to see a little more contrast in the child painting, but I actually quite like it the way it is!
January 8th, 2006 #5
Great start in your new sketchbook!
The indian girl looks so vivid and her accessoires and eyes are beautifully painted. As far as the low contrast in the second picture I have to concede the others, though. The sky and the atmosphere are very nice instead...
I see, I have to try oils, too. If only the equipment wasn't so expensive...
January 8th, 2006 #6
Well, I'd say the try-out is a success. They are both really nice. How much time did you spend on those?
January 8th, 2006 #7
Oh shit! The indian girl is definately my favourite! Love her eyes! I'm grabbin' that one for my inspirationfolder, aight?
I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with in here! Looking hella good so far!
February 19th, 2006 #8
Thanks guys, been a while.
Will reply later, small update here:
February 27th, 2006 #9
Icey: Thanks, I wanted to keep a muted palette in this one, that why the colors are like that.
Erilaz: Hey thanks! Photo flattens the colors a bit
gizmodus: Thanks!. About the equipment, it shouldn't have to be very expensive, I use hoghair brushes for most of my work, and for the paint you can start with a limited palette and expand your colors as you like later.
For me it is a lot more satisfying to finish a traditional painting compared to a digital one.
crazy3dman: Thanks. Hard to say how long since I worked on and off on them. Wild guess would be about 16 hours each.
dCepT: Always good to see your comments!
That fat kid: Hey thanks man, more will come
Updated and final version of this one:
Closeup of hands:
February 28th, 2006 #10
Lighting on that tiger rawks!
Small crit on the kid... the transfer from her ear to her cheek is a bit harsh... looks like the ear is loose and glued on (not really but you get the idea..hehe... ) Just a little bit of a smoother transfer would kick ass...
Awesome stuff all round, bro!
Keep 'em coming!
February 28th, 2006 #11
Yup, very nice. And i like that panther, neat work. Keep it up.
Check put my schetchbook if you please
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