A couple sketches for a client, and then a personal sketch (trying to start work on some more portfolio pieces).
Who was the idiot that voted you 4 stars, this shit is great. 5 stars. I'll take a look at those tutorials since I really need them. Fantastic composition.
I really dig your sketchbook and the creativity involved with your characters/creatures. looking forward to seeing more!
awesome colours! keep on posting!
Haha, hilarious I stumble upon this after having watched your speed painting video the other day. Didn't know you posted on here.
Your work and lighting is so good it actually pisses me off. Congratulations....and I hope to study it since you're one of my favorite artists due to your lighting. Reminds me of Bierstadt, Rembrandt, other Baroque artists, etc... I think you actually mentioned Bierstadt in your video. Wish I wasn't such a beginner haha. Well this SB has certainly inspired me to start working hard so I can get into an art/design school someday, heh. I need to learn more fundamentals! And you should post more painting videos on YouTube ! Back to 5-stars for you!
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Odayga: Thanks. I had a really good time with those creatures/characters and hope I can find some time to do more.
surus: Thanks! Color is so much fun.
Deadlyhazard: Thanks so much. Lighting really is one of my favorite parts about making art. I'm glad to hear that shows through.
Parsakoira: Lots of practice and screwing around. Digital is a fantastic medium to screw around and try crazy color combinations.
Here's a long-pose figure drawing from this semester:
You rock at figure! keep on going! more more more!
Geez.. you and your oils! drives me crazy :p
the blog will not leave me be: http://www.kevinwuesteart.blogspot.com
Fetsch: Thanks! The oil landscapes are a lot of fun... I'd love to find a way to transition my professional work into traditional media like this. We'll see.
Odayga: Oils are, far and above, my favorite medium. Nothing else feels, smells, or looks quite like 'em.
kevinwueste: Thanks! I'm at VCU right now, but am about ready to graduate.
This ain't a sketch, but instead one of the professional jobs I've done lately (can't say which client's it's for):
Incredible work! Yeah I love oils as well, they're like no other. Favorite medium by far and the best
O.O dude! awsome these are really cool peices man
keep it up looking forward to seeing more
sketchbook updated October 6th
Sorry for the lack of work lately. I've been insanely busy cranking out freelance work lately and haven't had anything to show. Here's a little piece I just finished up that I'm allowed to show:
Your work is gorgeous! Since your skill level is above mine, I'm afraid I can't comment more than that.
Please check out my Deviantart page: http://lucidstillness.deviantart.com/
Also, please check out my sketchbook thread!
And while you're at it, why not check out my finished gallery thread too! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=202283
I love how you construct narrative in your work. very powerful aesthetically and conceptually.. keep it up.. i envy you more with every piece
Post more pencil pages, like the last one, please!
Hey Noah, I saw your environment painting video a while back, It was brilliant and really inspirational. Just wanted to say thanks for all the excellent advice and would advise anyone else who hasn't seen it to go watch it!
i think i am in love with your concept drawings I really like your style =D
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...86#post2864086 sketchbook<-- my sketchbook check it out
http://coolhead1.deviantart.com/ my deviantart
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Why so awesome?