GrayPersona: Thanks man
~KJK~: Thank you
blu01: Ah man, where do i start? it has been a long time since i posted here... and since then an idea came to mind, a sort of project for myself, i want to leave digital media to a side for a while, and start doing more traditional stuff, since i last posted here i haven't drawn and now is getting into my nerves (this might be because the lack of inspiration) so this decision might affect the updates of this sketchbook, i could update this thing every now and then.., we'll see. take care man, thanks for stoping by.
This one is great
No dude, noo!!
why abandon digital painting? your updates always keep amazing me!
It would be sad to see this sketchbook burn out..
I'll keep the hope up for some new stuff to appear here, digital or traditional..
I wish the best for you, and may inspiration find you :p
Nujabes is great, used to listen a lot to him, cant recall why i stopped hehe. But anyway, working traditionally is super great, its a way different process and it teaches you something that digital really cant in some aspects, it about using the best of both. Traditional is good for critical thinking, but it can also get you into the habit of not being bold enough, because you cant go "back". Anyway i think what i wanted to say is that you should just keep going, digital or traditional, doesnt matter man, just pump out those drawings and paintings
What's up folks? Happy new year to you all, for starters... Anyways, i took a "long" brake.., now is the time to get back to it, so you might see me posting every now and then, it depends, dunno in what but yeah...
I've also been interested in the fine arts, so i won't be posting concept related works...
if you wanna watch my other work, click the links in the signature
Last edited by Gpozzo; January 12th, 2014 at 06:58 PM.
Incredible! The light and color rocks! Plus, very nice use of brushes makes your digital paintings stand out Keep up the good work!
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Hey bro, how are you doing? I am glad you are back, looking forward to seeing you art, that girl is damn good, is it done in Artrage? because it looks like traditional painting.
I like your graphical experiments here and there. Very impressive work. Nothing more to add.
Marian Rowling: Thanks, uhmmm... dunno which of them you mean but, they are all photoshop, the texture of the first studies were normal photoshop brushes with some Bevel and Emboss applied to them (i told Blu01 how to do it a couple of post above) and the last one were just brushes with texture and a little bit of noise in the layer, hope that helps.
wow, i haven't been here in a long time but dang, you've improved so much. i love your experimentation with photography and brushstrokes and color, very nicely done. i'm curious about how you got those cloud pictures to look like that.