you paint and you photo manipulate! brilliant stuff. really like that strange ship on the stormy seas a few pages back. Fantastic ideas generation.
Love the energy and use of perspective!
You blend in the photo bits quite well but sometimes all that visual noise
can make a picture look busy in places where it shouldn't be.
I'm digging the hard edges and contrast but maybe cut back on the sharpening a little bit.
Keep up the good work!
Lots and lots of energy here, I really like it!
However, based off of what I see in the last few images, you're having trouble controlling the energy. Some of these compositions are chaotic and I think you should simplify (less details). Always make sure those underlying values are reading clearly. For instance, in the last image, the values behind the robot (the wall) is the same as the robot. If it were not for the highlights, we wouldn't have been able to see it. The way you handled the lady is pro. You an excellent job making her clear and readable to the viewer. The robot, not so much.
Overall, I like your style a lot. I just think you need to manage it more. Remember, less is more.
Mr.Pryminista Thank you, you are absolutly right, i'm working under but really hard put correctly the value afte couple hours of painting. Eyes just doesnt distinguish anything. I thinking under how to order the work process in way it out not so busy with different values.
Xelar Thank you for standing by, really good advice, i really like textures and sharp ages but as i see too much)
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Some good paintings in here. Keep it up!
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Pretty basic overpainting.
Really strong brush strokes you got there, inspiring stuff!
Hey N1frit very nice stuff going here. The cathedral piece is really good, only I miss some aerial perspective on the background mountains to separate it more from the towers in front . Keep going!
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Great work, lovely colors!
Watched whole your sketchbook, and downloaded some of your stuff into my inspirational folder
I really like how your colors evolved form very strong, high saturated into more subtle gray ones. But what i like mostly is stuff from page 24, when you started to simplify everything, and pushing forward whats most important. Its sometimes really hard to decide what is more important, and what less.
I really like stuff like in post #728, these two dudes got character no doubt about it!
Love 755, the graphical pieces from 775 also look good.
My suggestion would be to try and paint more in your environments (right now you seem to be too reliant on photo textures) It will help describe your environments better and give them a more natural, painterly feel. Also, a lot of your pieces seem very cluttered, sometimes it works (755) sometimes it doesnt. Maybe try to do some simple tri-value thumbnails to organise your values better?
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A creative artist works on his next composition because he is not satisfied with his previous one. When he loses a critical attitude toward his own work, he ceases to be an artist. - Dmitri Shostakovich
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Some unique work going on. I like your simpler compositions where you've only used limited and vibrant opaque colours.
I feel that a lot of the photo-collage and full colour pieces are less successful because they're often too visually busy and lacks the uniformity of your simpler sketches.
I'm no expert on environment painting, but I would suggest using your 'simple sketch' approach more often with your other works; limiting your palette, establishing a clear composition along with a strong focal point and a clear hierarchy of depth (foreground, midground, background).
Ha i cannot wait to see you paint on livestream lovely work .
Really like the amount of creative stuff here, also like the recent 100% opacity paintings love the way you handle the value/colors^_^