New piece. Natural media. Hope you like!
I have updated my website recently too.
That's really great, bet it took a while, worth it completely. The only problem I have with it is that the figures look a bit squat and compressed, but perhaps you meant them to be that way? Regardless, I really like it a lot.
This is really good. I love your use of colors, especially the pinks and blues, and the mini moat around the Great Fish is a nice detail too.
have a nice day!
Max - yeah, I can see that.... I tend to gravitate towards that flat storyboard look, but I could see making those guys have a little more depth to them for sure.....
holy cow I want that on a t-shirt!
Another cool one from the mutton I Love your style. It reminds me a bit of a Norwegian artist and illustrator. He illustrated a book called "Ruffen" wicth my mom read to me everytime I was down at the health station to breath astma meds when I was a kid. I've always loved those illustrations, and they was one of my ealiest experiences with art. And I get kind of the same feeling from your works
Dozeren - Thanks! I am flattered that my work brings you those memories! Yeah, I really like the 70's / 80's fantasy and storybook stuff.... especially old Heavy Metal stuff... like Moebius. I believe the artist you are thinking of is Thore Hansen... I looked him up... cool stuff, indeed.
tjh - Thank you!
Hellcow - Thanks so much! Not that big... probably about 10 x 16 ish
SmokenMirrors - Thank you!!!!
Oh, and Stoph - I will think about making t-shirts... I do have it available as a print though!
Muttonhead, please make t-shirts of this, I want one.
Masterful use of your chosen media.
I'm in Awe!!!
"I try to make everyone's day a little bit more surreal" - Calvin - Calvin & Hobbes
Holy crap giant fish head. Damn, I love it. Your line work is beautiful, and you have a way of using color to match. Brilliant illustration.
My, that's an invasively cool picture!
Just checked out your website, I especially enjoy the narratives you create with your illustraitions. What mediums is this?
Maximilian - I will see what I can do. It's not a half bad idea!
FaceFace - Thank you! I am afraid the master is Ian Miller, but I like to think I study at his school.
Joachim - Thanks! Your work is superb! Yeah, I do tend to gravitate towards the bizarre... but it's a fun place to live!
xinranliu - Thank you!
Fellah - I thank you, good sir, but I am afraid that you TOO are awesome! Love your drawings!
GeneticFailure - Many thanks to you!
Walnut - INVASIVELY!!!?? Does this mean my piece has invaded your senses? Does it haunt your dreams?! Muhuhuhaahahaha!!!! My work is DONE! Thanks man!
Ikage - Thanks a bunch, I apreciate that! Your animated icon scares the shit out of me.. like, now I will have nightmares, as well as Walnut.
Mancub -Thank you... This piece is in watercolo and en and ink. I have been trying to do more natural media lately. A bulk of my finished color work is digital though, and most of my pieces start as pencil drawings. I am glad you like the narratives... I like telling different stories with my personal work than what you would typically find in fantasy art....
Cool, i like the intense detail
That is great! I love the details and colours used. Well done.
MY WEBSITE http://scotthgfindlay.com/
My Sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=167012
My Finished Work Thread http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=136168
Yup Mutton. I was thinking of Tore Hansen. DOnt know why I didnt write his name though... hm. Moebius is my fav comic artist. I love the way he gets the most complex scenes with just some simple lines. And what a imagiation
Looking forward to seeing more from you dude
Simply Amazing. Keep it up.
The draftsmanship is very impressive.
Thanks PLantman, Zimfin, Victor Hogan, Max Martelli, Pixie Trick and Ninjacat11!
Dozeren - Thanks for introducing me to Tore's work... I love finding new and obscure artists that are masters of linework.... though it doesn't bode well for me that all the masters of linework tend to live in obscurity! Haha! Oh well, it's for the love of doing it, right?
BTW, here is the original sketch from my sketchbook: