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wow love all the enviros great stuff i really like the golden city and the city built into the rocks with the waterfalls going through it
Really enjoyed the studies and the mural you did man, great work.
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A portrait of my grandad, and a digital study of a kukri.
I also put in a closeup of the portrait. This one was definitely a step forward for me. For quite a long time I've been wrestling with trying to relearn painting flesh naturalistically, which means the values need to be really constrained under normal light. In school we were encouraged to push the drama and really pull out highlights and deepen shadows, which is a good thing to know how to do, but I want more tools under my belt. Watching videos of Sean Cheetham painting helped a bit. He works his light areas from midtone to highlight, but in the process it looks like very little value change is happening from stroke to stroke.
tl:dr - my flesh painting got better .
Edit: Also note that I'm way too happy with that trick of scraping paint off and letting the canvas show through...
Last edited by Sidharth Chaturvedi; January 21st, 2012 at 05:46 AM.
WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAT great works recently. I have to admit, I love your portraits - lovely uses of edges.
No crits from me, just stopping by to say keep on working hard and Im enjoying the improvement
Damn, dude. These are seriously sick!
Only comment I would make is on the painting of the guy shooting the gun (primarily red). The foreshortening and/or the perspective is making something in the proportions look off. His extended arm, his waist, and the other arm just look... off (for lack of a better word). Just an observation.
Looking good, though, man. Thanks for sharing!
Great work, love everything in this sketchbook! Subscribed!
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