posted by Mark at 1:12 AM
nice man! love it! next time, paint it on a real piece of wood though eh! superimposer!
Very nice painting! Really like the colours and the wood plate. And the drapery is excellent. Is it Photoshop or your secret weapon Artrage - or maybe both?(I really find it hard to work in another programme than Photoshop. Tried out painter, but couldn't get into it. Maybe I'm getting old ...)
NICE!! Beautiful color work too!:)
This is solely photoshop. Artrage is very limiting and you have to be persistant, whether the persistance is worth it of course is down to the individual. I had a crack with painter 10 recently and It's not so daunting once you get into it...the important thing, like anything new, is to digest in portions, and don't be put off by its endless lists of brush attributes. Take one brush from 'artists'list (top right), like 'Sargent Brush,' and get used to the way oils work and feel.... play around with the sliders that change the brush propeties until you under stand how the terminology in painter works and to what effect. One thing at a time, and the rest will fall into place alot easier than you first thought... :)
it's like a friggin' puzzle!I know what you mean- I have the same thing with Maya. It really isn't that daunting, still eh.. still.
.Oh my god , it´s the most beautiful that i have seen you. I like the colour , and this black lines like that old movies.
This is AWESOME!
Amzing stuff here man! Love your work! Thanks for stoppin by my guitar blog! I JUST read it today! Didn't think anyone wne there! haha
Wow, man. The posts just keep gettin' better. The dynamics on the figures is great as well as the textures you acheived. I specially like the skin on the man. The contrast of his nails, the tone, the shine,it all captures the ethinicity and life of the character awesomelly.Swell.
Godverdomme.there once was a guy from Kentuckywho never got- fuckin' - luckyhe choked on his sackn nearly broke his backnow he's not even paying his bills no more!GHE!
fantastic work mate. Love that liama, well done doing that in artrage. Ever tried Artweaver?Cool blog, will be back. Ps, are you perchance, a fan of Taproot?Ken :D
WOW! WOW! What a great piece!
dude....your site KICKS ASS! Incredible stuff here!
Great painting skills, like the image too..
Wow, your paintings are amazing! Love the colors, looks good on the wooden surface.Hans
that´s amazing work. how long did you work on that?
Oh, I'm impressed by your artworks! I love them!!
Why do you have to be so damn good?!?
outstanding piece...very very nice use of texture. full marks!
noting short of awsome
nothing..man i spell like crap
Great image, man! I love the colours.
wow man, these are stellar! isane !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wow, I haven't visited here in som time. I love the tanks! They look gritty, while the picture still has a smooth look to it. I would definitely see an animated flick about Hell's kitchen with your style (Scorcese could direct), I think big ladies with little guns are awesome, and the snake charmer was done to perfection. That was all the further I could go back with the time I had. Helluva good job, though.
This is SWEET. Love the surface, nice painting.
Mark, this rocks, These colors are really nicely done.
It's a long time now that I didn't took the time visit your blog...but it is always a great pleasure, full of good surprises.Well done Mister M. !
Fabulous work on this pic,I love what you've done with the background ! Great stuff !!!!!!
I went to Boris' blog and he told me (well, not personally) to come here and I am glad that I did. You sure do have a way with paint.You have a lot of amazing work here.
That looks cool. I like how you did the type.http://www.quantity-takeoff.com/
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