@Creusa: Grazie mille
@ajtabril & CarstenJ: wow thank you!
Update with 2 digital studies and 3 traditional
It's been a long time since I've been posted some paintings. Here I have some I did in the last week.
Such patient rendering, I bet you are a very calm person.
For Science- Sketchbook!
@Zauselbart: Thank's, I appreciate it
@John T : wow, thank's
@vlad74: Thank you!
@ForScience: Yes, I definitely am xD
Here's another study from a Bouguereau painting.
lovely work, what palette and mediums you using? subbed
This is my palette, it's not definitive obv i'm working on it trying new colours
Natural Sienna Earth
Cadmium Red and Yellow
Live model portrait - 2hr oil on panel
Man crazy improvement in here. The gradation in those early graphite is already quite subtle.
Hoping for more frequent updates.
Just one question, do you have an idea where you're going with your art?
this thread is very inspiring.i really like the last portrait in post 32,keep posting please.
Stunning. The highest praise I can give you from my own perspective is the wish to have one of your pencil studies on my living room wall so I could live with it.
Beautiful beautiful work. I am so impressed. More please!
We are remembered only by what we leave behind.
Another Bouguereau study
I've finally finished my february exams, that's what I made in these two weeks
40x50cm commission painting - copy from Caravaggio
Study of a porcelain doll
Velązquez (someone touched the white light dot while it was still fresh -.-, I'll fix it later)
Now I'm training egg tempera technique, I'll post something soon.
Wow, your sketchbook is absolutely wonderful, great work, def. subscribed!
I especially payed more attention regarding your traditional ones, do you have any tips about your shading, rendering style? I would like to improve and achieve a better results on my own stuff. Thanks and keep udating !
Ok I was moderately impressed by your older digital paintings and then I had a moment. Your sketches and oil paintings are phenomenal! What size and medium do you work in for you sketchbook stuff? I must know your ways! 5 stars from me.
New account for a fresh start.
I usually work in small sizes except for the caravaggio painting. The sketchbook is a handmade one with 15x22cm sheets. Talking about the medium, I'm still searching for the ideal one but by now i use 50% turpentine and 50% linseed oil.
@ChisLu: thank you
It can be considered a trivial answer but I think it's the right one, the only tip I can give you is to have a lot of patience and watch and study other artist stuff. If you have a more specific question I'd be glad to answer
finally newer stuff.
Crits are very welcome
uploaded new works