one session portrait , charcoal
Still life, pastel
Still life, Oil
lots of good works nothing to say both good in pencil and coloring love it.must watch=)
Awesome artist and friends
The onion and kettle life studies are next gen, serious pro level exhibition of skill. That knowledge is seeping into your digitals it seems!
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at the moment the edges all seem a little lost because the brushes don't have much opacity, maybe try this brush, i've been using it lately, i believe it's originally maciej's from one of the imagineFX CDs, tweaked a bit.
it's a gradient brush that lets you control edges well depending on which direction you stroke in, split into 3 angle controls for different approaches; 1:less controlled marks, maciej' original; 2nd rotates more like a brush if you have an intuos 2 or later with tilt; 3rd i use mostly, easiest to control edges, i guess you'll see from experimenting.
don't know about the texture, usually a soft edged airbrush with a texture works for me for applying some in some crappy speedpaint, but i wouldn't feel right slapping some on on a zorn study, I'm sure there's a better way
studys are looking great!
dide u try painter they have digital tradicional media quiet good !
still life tip top!
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Dat still life is so crazy, the speculars are very well done and the onions are well-rendered with economical brushstrokes
As for your digital studies, maybe experiment with making your own brushes? sample some filbert brushstrokes, and change the attributes for more interesting edges, thats how I would approach it, otherwise, wat tehmeh said
Got a beautiful harmony going on with you pics.
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