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    the beans homie, the beans!


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    I guess I should get some more art on here. This is a paint-over I was working on for fun of a Mike Mignola comic.

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    Haha nice work on that Ben. The cloak is really well done. Are you doing any more of it?

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    wow! love that last paint-over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanconato
    Man, I love your colouring. Amazing stuff. Any chance of a tuturiol or showing us your working progress?
    I second that! A demo would be an awesome learning experience for many.
    Many questions, but I'll venture one (or two): Do you work off many layers shadow to highest lights all seperated or kinda alla prima mostly one layer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j a k e
    Haha nice work on that Ben. The cloak is really well done. Are you doing any more of it?

    Nah... I was just goofing around. Hoping by osmosis that I could learn something about drawing comics by painting over comic panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AztcFireFlower
    I second that! A demo would be an awesome learning experience for many.
    Many questions, but I'll venture one (or two): Do you work off many layers shadow to highest lights all seperated or kinda alla prima mostly one layer?

    Seriously thirsty for knowledge
    Yeah, I'll try to put together some kind of demo at some point.

    I work off a lot of layers. No particular system. I switch back and forth between photoshop and Painter on many pieces. I start with a loose drawing in photoshop. Then I take it into painter to establish a color scheme because painter is good at that, the way the colors mix together. From then on the process is kind of arbitrarily putting in details.

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    eum, > WOW.

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    sick stuff man.
    I'm usually not very much into dragons but that dragon on the first page is just so rad that I can't help but love him, so powerful.
    Love your rendering man!

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    I love the way you handle flesh tones. But really, its your compositions that get me. Do you have any tips on composition? The way you navigate us with color and lights and darks are great! I can see your using low value color opposites, (blue/orange and red/green in the girl/ogre portraits) The second one is brilliant. The white window that creates the silhouette of her back is fantastic. I can see what your doing with directing light...so many things working subtlety, where do you start? What kind of things are you thinking to arrive at these decisions?

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    Lovely sb you have man. Those mignola paintovers are effin' cool. You should do some sequentials of your own. And a tutorial would be great.
    Cheers dude.

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    Ben, Nice work man! Love seeing personal work, it's so damn cool to see in someone's head a bit. The day job irons that out sometimes....see you!

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    Ben, you have some great work going on in here. Keep it comin'! And thanks for dropping by my humble SB...I've been meaning to say thank you, but I've been intimidated by your prowess

    Rick

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    I'm inspired!

    Ben I love these!! Your textures and loose painting set the mood. They have a John Singer Sargent feel. You should be in Spectrum man!! The world needs to feel your art love. No I wasn't a hippy in the 60s.

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    Thanks Fishhead and Brian T. I have some pretty good process stuff but it's all NDA. I can't wait until we're allowed to put some of that stuff up.

    smithrc, humble my ass, your drawings rule!

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