Here be a painting I've done after an adorable sketch
by the Lovely Danielle Eden. I'm just a sucker for cute little girls. :)
I mean... not... not in a perverted way, mind you. not at all.
I mean... I like little girls, is all... I mean, I'm not a creep, you know.
Here be another real fun collaboration I did with one of my favorite artists working today: Luigi Lucarelli. he mastered shape control and character appeal in such a way, it makes my insides melt every single time I look at his work. anyway, enough pandering. sketch by Luigi, painting and stuff by yours truly. :)
My entry for the wonderful Trinquétte Publishing challenge. this week the theme was an open one, so I went for it and had a blast. the pose in the ref was tricky, the legs especially and I'm still not happy with them. but hey look - shiny lens flares! :)
I was asked by a lot of good people if I could explain a bit the process behind the Pippi Longstocking piece (see previous post here). so, I whipped up a quick Tutorial using the same lighting scheme more or less.
hope it makes sense and benefits you guys. enjoy! :)
"I felt like destroying something beautiful..."
and so I did. ;)
these are some Fight Club Studies, about 30-35 minutes each. (a time-limit urges you to get things down fast and dirty, and it is challenging, bub.)
I wasn't too concerned with likeness here, the goal was mainly to examine the overall shapes and try and capture some of the mood/color/lighting of the frame.
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