Mate. You keep improving your technique. I totally adore it. Looking forward to next update. Also on Vimeo!
Last edited by Hive_minD; June 25th, 2009 at 04:14 PM.
wow i am just fascinated by your work and the
way you aproach texture
also the way you paint on to the pictures is awesome!
really crazy creative process sir
you are an inspiration to me and im sure many others keep up the fight!
"Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master
I love your stuff man! Thanks for sharing!
I don't know what to say? Fantastic paintings and that squirrel is so realistic!
I'll never come back in this thread.. you're so F.ck..' good!
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hey man, I like the 2 on this site so far! I particularly like the guys volume and feel of weight, I think it's one of your more successful characters. only thing might be him grabbing that delicate monocular a bit harsh and for some reason I get the feeling he's holding it right between his eyes.
the sink painting is beautiful.
keep it up levi!
Nice speedpaintings you have here. Really like the last one, reminds me of the Inquisition in some way (maybe because of the chains on the ceiling).
Your painting have a interesting touch to them, lots of visual noise but I can read it easily.
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Nice work, liking your textures.
Love your technique with the photos and the way you explore brushes and textures. You got some really amazing pieces. I must say, no matter how beautiful they all are this one really stroke my attention http://fc01.deviantart.com/fs44/f/20...y_leventep.jpg
Keep up the exellent work!
Oh Samson, you really know how to awaken all these beautiful feelings inside of me.
I have to paint... NOW!
Thank you for that. I love it all!
Some of the best texture work on here... Amazing stuff as always, man.
I wish the previous images on the first pages loaded still...
Would you mind sharing with us how you achieve such complex and articulated textures?
Inspirational for sure.
Last edited by IanE; July 21st, 2009 at 04:07 PM.
Love your control of color and light, man. Thanks for the process video! I'm off to go watch it.