loosy goosy landscape
More fantastic work! I would say that the soldiers nose seems a bit off though
Sweet stuff, 5 stars. Makes me want to try some speed paintings. Bookmarked sketchbook.
absolutely love your work, one of my favorite artists about, i will be looking at your landscapes for years to come
One question i do have though is by using Photos to create your colour pallet,
do you think this method will hinder someones progress in choosing the correct colours them selves?
or you do you think the artists would subconsciously pick them up anyway?
Last edited by NyeAlexandaFrayne; June 3rd, 2012 at 08:57 AM.
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maaaan its been forever since my last post here thank you everyone
nyeAlexandaFrayne : It may if you become dependent on it. They are ment for study and learning not to completely embed in ones workflow. The more you use it the less you strict your self to learn proper colors. Use them as guides
videos for the following sketches can be seen here:https://new.livestream.com/accounts/1618847
Insane SB. You have mastered light and darkness
I'll start checking your livestreams tonite
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Sketchbook! Me vs Anatomy (and other things)
i will be doing some livestream painting tonight at 21.00(london time). Check out the page here:
some more recent stuff: i have developed charcoal type brushes for photoshop that can be downloaded from my website. Try it give it a go
some of the results i got from these brushes and some other works:
Outstanding gallery! From page 1 to this page, everything looks just spot-on if you ask me! Your studies for people, environment and anything you posted so far, you definitely know what you're doing, and you show that for sure. Keep up the great works!
woah just woah those charcoal brushes are awesome as well those last sketches keep them up
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