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DARAF - Thanks and you're welcome!
Vic B - You're welcome Made ya another, only it's a jpg instead of gif cuz i couldn't get the gif file size small enough.
Nadia - thanks Everything's good! Got a new place and it's beautiful and awesome.
Fellah - thanks dood! Glad you stopped by
Staarn - thanks!
Jska - whoo boy the workshop was awesome wasn't it? It is too bad we didn't hang more - next time! I'm gonna try to make NZ but it'll be a challenge!
Speedpainting from Sunday Night Sketch... I was tired so I painted the Sandman.
And a 3 hour pose from tonight:
Truly amazing work, you really inspired me
sweet update Nonie! gif/jpeg they're all good! Thanks for sharing your working method, also love the sandman
sweet update. sandman is always cool
as usual great longpose though her foot kinda blends into the shadow (my monitor's colors are wack) so it looks... odd, but that's really just me splitting hairs.
(replies to your post in my sb: might be a tad late but i'll be in SF sunday.
saw iron man and it rocked.
working on perfecting that sturfry .)
"Beliefs are rules for action"
"Knowledge is proven in action."
"It's use is it's meaning."
Great life drawing and good atmosphere in the top one!
What's up Nonie? Long time no talk.
How're things at Flagship? I'm guessing you can't show much of your work because of all the confidentiality. This guy I know who just got hired by a company in Vegas made it sound like he practically signed his life away, LOL. Seriously though, I know a lot of that stuff has to kept internal.
Man, I just can't figure out how people do those digital life paintings
mitchell - thanks for your continued patronage, sir
zeitgeist - not this time either... hehe!
kelly x - thanks, they're always fun
kidult - thank you!
Dirty C - Man I always feel like my color perception is weird. Probably one of grass is always greener things
little feet - thank you
BohemianChaos - thanks dahling, love doing them
jubjubjedi - yeah most of it I can't show yet, but it'll be a faster turnaround than normal, since it's ongoing content and has a release every few months. I'll post when I can!
InvertedChalupa - Thanks dude miss you guys...
Here are some 3-hour portraits... Oils... They're not really new; just never scanned them.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...8&d=1212484932 - looks like the zombies got him - no more cranium!
The first one is the most impactful to me; I think the last one is the best here in terms of technical skill.
Great portraits, dude. Rock on.
These are nice paintings, the second to last is my favorite.
great sandman painting.
thanks for posting the process of the full figure.
Please visit my sketchbook.
Im really really really liking the colors in this one particularly. i like all the pinks in the skin
how did your dominance war 3 stuff go?? :]
That 'slick' oil is superb. The others don't seem to have that finesse and delibrateness in the movement of the brush. I'd put it down to the lack of space in the others, which is unfortunately flattening them out. For instance, in the oil portraits mullet and smile, the further back areas aren't receding into space, flattening out the whole portrait. I think this in part because of the edge relationship occuring, as the edges aren't appropriate. They should have less hardness to allow the form to turn correctly. The value relationships may have something to do with it, but the edge issue is the most critical.
Keep up the strong work!
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great sketchbook, its really awsome and helpful to see your process on the digital portraits (that last one is amazing by the way). the oil portraits are looking good too, my favorite is the guy with the mowhawk.
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Lake - They probably gave him that awful haircut. I can't imagine any living human doing something that cruel
HunterKiller_ - Thanks dude
Ash888 - Thanks! That's actually probably my least favorite of the bunch but others seem to like it.
Dished - Thanks! I think I was drinking when I did that one so I can't really remember much about my choices unfortunately... I really liked how it came out and it looks very different for me. Dang it, maybe it's state dependent My dominance war stuff never went anywhere, I ended up being too busy to work on it unfortunately
Craig D - Thanks man. I want to... Gotta find time. My Thursday sessions I'll probably be doing oils again.
That fat kid - Thanks for the tip. Yeah most of these have the problem of me not having toned the canvas first so I get too much middle value in the backgrounds. Workin on that. Not to argue but value is always more important than edge. Edge is a finishing move that I do indeed need to pay more attention to though.
DanielC - Thanks man!
themissinglink - thanks! The mohawk one's actually a girl but hey, I didn't know either until she talked
From tonight's session, which was the first half of a 6 hour pose... It'll be further refined next week:
And now... I know some people have asked me to post this but I never painted her dang boots until today, so finally, here is what was going to be my LMS round 1 that I didn't finish in time (originally just a preliminary character sketch that I took too far and then was going to put into a background).