O My God!
I can't believe I missed this!
I love how you position your figures.
am drooling... thanx
"There is no such thing as 'accurate drawing'. There is beautiful
drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
Wow!! very beautiful painting! this is exactly what I like!！
I also think the painting of like this painting!
Woooow the first one is soooo coollll ... they all are great you are a maniac
The winged girl in the first image is awesome. Can you post a detail of medusa's face? Her face is haunting. Beautiful work overall, always enjoy looking at it.
Can you post a bit about your process for these works?
AWESOME!! work Scott. Wow you have a lot to show. Your work is REALLY great, such nice design. Thanks for showing all of this. I can't wait to see more.
Really awesome stuff. Design is amazing, color is wonderful, poses are superb...thank you for sharing your work with us
your welcome, like sartell mentioned people just buy them to collect them, and since no one plays that i know so have i. The art of the cards are better than most posters(take that yu gi oh) and so inspirational, as stated by others, i hope that magic never stops.
"Art is never finished, only abandoned"-Leonardo Da Vinci
All your stuff rocks my socks, Scott. I'd be scared to see them all in person, after having glimpsed "Titans..." at Race Brook and knowing how much better it looks face to paint (well, I kept the nose grease off it, but you know what I mean). Sorry our paths didn't cross up there.
Damn... too much good stuff. I had so many comments that flush out of my head everytime I go back and look again.
Is there someplace we can see more of the Peter Pan stuff?
Like it really really like.
Transition from Art Critic to Artiste - Diligence, that's all I need.
yeah, that Irene chick knows what she's doing, don't she?Originally Posted by Fisch
so that sketch you posted is that how you start the painting? the digi sketch with that level of looseness/tightness and then the paint on top?
I'll go drooling at your website now
Thanks for posting!!
AmishCommy- Yes that is about how tight my sketches for novel covers are. Well at least the drawing part. The hatchy rendering of it is something new I am trying. It might even become the finished product. I love the energy of it. It is interesting, since we spend so much time learning to render we sometimes are programmed to cover every thing up with opaque color. Otherwise it feels unfinished. But there is a beauty in letting the drawing show through. It kinda shows that someone was there if you know what I mean. Egon Schiele is a prime example. If I could just bottle that.
BDFoster- Man sorry I missed you too! Glad you got to see that piece in person, and glad you were digging it! You can see a lot more of the Peter Pan stuff at my website in the kids section.
Jarri- Here is a detail of the Medussa's Face! Though it is funny, seeing it out of context makes me want to paint on it a little more.
Thanks again everyone you are giving me some high octane fuel for my tank!
Thanks very much for posting it, its beautiful.
Killer style. All of your work is very impressive. extremely nice color and composition. Your design elements remind me of Mucha, in a good way, only darker and more painterly. Superb!!!!!!Love it all.
Man, if I ever get published by TOR, I hope Irene picks you to be my cover artist.
you are a sexy critter, mr. fisch!
good job on the post brother
talk with ya tomorrow
Fisch you sick sommummabitch....I've been following your work for a while now. Before I thought it was cool but now I'm "F-ing" speechless. Wicked shit homie!!
My God has a bigger dick than your God.
Wow.. I don't know what to say. . it's amazing.
Fisch, you're drawing in Beast mode man, keep it up!!!
i'm going to go out and buy those Chaos books now, because of you
Look, you know what I mean. You take a bunch of people who don’t seem any different from you or me, but when you add them all together you get this sort of huge raving maniac with national borders and an anthem.
wow man fantastic work!
i've been working on bottling Schiele for a while now. I'll let you know if i succeedOriginally Posted by Fisch
While we were at the Rockwell Museum, Rebecca and I we talking about how much of his underdrawings were coming through the painting and how to go about finding the confidence to let said underdrawing come through.
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