Neat. Lovely sense of movement, like the environments too.
Cohen: yes, that´s epic hhehe
Shardana: Thank you, I love this site this is the finished version, done an hour ago... hope you like it. Based on this other old watercolor, I liked the idea..
Donalfall: Thanks, try to do the best I can... stay over there man.
You got some great skills in traditional, and your latest digital is great, much improved upon the first digitals you posted!
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Your watercolour work is truly great, you've definitely got it in terms of painting. The only thing is the subjects need some work sometimes.
i.e. on caza2 the anatomy is a little weird, even though one arm is up and the other is down his pectorals haven't moved from a flat position. Try to find some ref of people in similar positions. Wrestlers and ufc fighters are good for muscle position ref.
Lateman, thanks man, i was thinking about puttin in some fog, as you say but finally I decide to made it with this hanging plants... maybe i´ll add some. thanks for visit!
Natzuur Jk, thank you much, i try to do it the better I can.., C.A. is a huge inspiration no doubt
Young paddy 1, yes you got reason this is a bad anathomy, done two years ago.. is a watercolor that I never finished. Now I am working more my anathomy, triying to improve.. Normally I try to take it to the natural..Well thanks a lot man i appreciate your visit over there..
Some pencil sketches Ive done this morning
Hey great stuff! You have a very nice illustrative style with story telling and convincing action. Keep it up if illustration is your goal you're closer to it than I am.
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Hey man. Nice sketchbook your watercolour pieces are great! feast for the eyes, though there's anatomy that can improve - which has been mentioned hehe.
Have to agree on the second piece in post 36! awesome!
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Hey Gilead, I´m happy you like it, thanks. Your SB is greatly inspirational on epics. I love epic stuff..
Lateman thanks man, glad to see you over there. I´ll do something with this 36.
DefiledVisions thank you much dude, I´m alway trying to improve.
This watercolors are caught of the natural. The court of an antique country house, a thermal resort. The image of the resting feet was used in a rural house advertising designs. Sorry for the low photo quality of first.
thats sweet man i love this sketch book
NOBODY DIES A VIRGIN...LIFE FUCKS US ALL..
And my daily contribution. I done it on 1h 30m. Feel free to critique or comment.
Sometimes wonder why I like so much the aquatic thing, have a strange affinity with the liquid, with the sea .. it could be cause I´m from the mediterráneo.
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Wow! You've got some great work in here, all around! I love your pencils. It's great that you do epic/fantasy stuff. I'm very impressed with your water colors too. Do you have any major influences in watercolor, or did you just try your hand at it? Anyways, GREAT works. Keep em comin! Bookmarked!*
Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.
Very nice sketchbook. I like that last piece a lot. The giant creatures remind me of salamanders.
The ocean is a powerful thing, with strong associations of calmness, meditation, mystery, danger, adventure, etc. I definitely feel that way about it sometimes too.
Nice daily contribution! What hits me is that the saturation is constant with distance, which makes it feel flat. It's something I'm dealing with myself, so it popped out to me.
My sketchbook contains cartoon studies and Pokémon.
Wicked Edges, thanks for your words. About my influences, I learned watercolor at the age of 14 with a sweden teacher, this could be my influence but by the years I learned myself from naturals. But I think everything you see by your days could be an infludence. Thanks!
Locus, thank you, definitely sea is a marvelous and misteryous thing. Well these suposed to be some kind of ancient fish statue.
Jasper Flick, youre true. Thanks for the good point, I got to work a lot and try to improve::
Well this is my work of today. playing with cold and hot light.
Woooow! I really love your stuff, especially the environments and the epic paintings and drawings.
How do you normally start your epic drawings and where do you get your inspiration from?
Endymion: thank you sincerely . Well, it´s a hard question, I draw since was a very little kid, taking my inspiration from all around me, and I actually do the same thing. My normal condition is "inspired" hahaha per example I love Les Edwards art.. (HeroQuest, I miss you.!)
Normally I compose the image in my mind, then catch the pen and gogogo, I´m sure you do the same thing. By oyher ways.. where do you get your name, Emdymion? have you read Dan Simmons? This could be a GREAT inspiration!
Lateman thanks ,im becoming faster hehehe. It is a relief to start working more rapid and to go down of 7 or 8 hours to do any shit.
Jeff bartzis thanks for your comments and for stopping by.
Some life forms can be sustained in a contaminated atosphere.
Wow, I'm loving your style, especially the watercolors, and particularly the watercolor you did of your mother. The "antique country house" painting is also quite good. The post before last, "life forms can be sustained in a contaminated atmosphere", creates a great mood of foreboding and is very well done; it really tells a story.
Keep up the good work!