I'm repeating a lot of what's been said already, but got to say your stuff looks amazing. When I first looked at them, I thought they were rendered. Just amazing.
Will watch your demo, and thanks for putting it up.
These are sick. I love that blurry faded look you are achieving. Keep posting.
so awesome.... so very awesome
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
thanks for sharing such inspiring work ! Love that contrast between blurred areas and sharpened ones creating a focus point (literraly ^^).
Awesome stuff my man. Love the little critters in the space suits - great colour choices and character. The vid' was cool and a little Boards of Canada is always appreciated.
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Beautiful stuff, thanks for the demo. It was really interesting, I've been playing with the transform tool but thats something i'll have to look into more.
Hope to see more updates.
This thread is in dire need of rebumping;
your sketchbook should be goddamn obligatory!
(btw, I love how you credited my undeserving brainpoop,
so I too can bask a little in your glory, haha thanks)
Snyggt, snygg! :]
Love your style, always nice to see new stuff from you.
And thanks for another progress video! You're a blessing.
How do you go about gettin that rich texture? Papers in painter, scanned in textures?
Also, what noise, blur, or whatever else filters/techniques are you using to get the characters to blend off into the background?
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
amazing stuff, I love the demo...photo realistic yet stylized
Oh wow, love that effect with the blurs. It really makes the sharp parts stand out. Amazing style!
I love your stuff so much! Ah the rich textures...
Got another holiday special in there somewhere??
"absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee
Bojee's Monkey Brain
I love how you can take the most abstract of shapes, and then gradually turn it into something so photorealistic. It is such a great inspiration just to sit back and watch the paintings unfold on the screen and the only thing that dampens the mood is that one feels guilty for not working harder. Keep up the great work, and if you should find it in your best interest to share some more of those tutorials then please do.
awesome use of textures.