real great stuff man!
the piece with the two night is my favorite, just amazing.
makes you wonder about the story behind. and it just looks great
I really looking forward to seeing more of your work. That last warriors piece is wicked!
The only meaningful thing that comes into my mind when I see your art is these three words:
It. Is. Awesome.
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Excellent work. Some of the forms are difficult to distinguish, like it's kind of murky as to what's going on it bottom left of the composition. There could be some quick definition in terms of who is holding the flag, and how. That particular figure (in the bottom left) also tapers strangely near the bottom of the canvas, and due to the kinds of strokes you employed (squiggles!), my eyes are drawn their pretty quickly. Besides that slight ambiguity, I like everything else.
You do a very good job controlling the colors. It takes a lot of restraint (at least for me) to work subtlety in the values. I always just saturate the hell out of everything <---bad habit.
Thanks, Fez. You're absolutely right about the bottom left of the comp being TOO unfinished. It is however, just a sketch. Maybe I'll go back one of these days and clean it up, because I do like the general feel of it.
Like Richard Schmid says... "Never knowingly leave any thing wrong on your canvas."
Wow, really great studies. You have good color handling although the green in that tree image is really taking over the picture and the woman in your recent sketches is a bit unnaturally thin.
But overall I really dig your work, especially the colors and atmospheric perspective on your Rome-flavored study.
Brilliant! 5 stars!
very good work
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci
I love it in here (subscribed!), I love a good book and you so easily made the grade mate, class act! please keep posting its very inspirational work.
all the best for the new year!
A great kind hearted lumbering bullock
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209918 = my Sketchbook
oh man this beer is very natural , you use hard brush to define shapes and later blur edge soft brush ? props