Sketches and Stuff
yes you do have a blog. Nice update
...Mmm .. ok you're good ..by the way, I was curious about something. When you're using photo references, are you just copying them or are you painting directly over it ?
awesome as always!!!!
Thanks peeps.Romain: First, WHAT'S UP MAN!!? How've you been? Second, since I get asked about my work flow sometimes, here's a brief description.I'll find an image I want to study. I make a new blank document 2 times the original's size, and basically start painting from scratch. I have the reference image up on the side of my monitor. I don't color pick, but really use these as exercises to see how color works. "A grey next to a cool is warm", try and push colors, and so on. Also, I try to figure out what brushes give me the edges I want. I don't want to "copy" an image, but study the shapes of color and light.The 3:10 to Yuma shot is a good example because alot is described with temperature change instead of value changes.
well, I'm fineDid you know I ended up staying 5 month in your country instead of the 2 intitialy planed ? I have been working on my film (and I still do..)Also, I am flying to Japan next week !Anyway, I can totaly see the purpose of your exercice, I was just curious about the way you were proceeding.Thanks for the explanation !(by the way, I just realized I forgot to put your blog in my link list, it's now fixed)
wow, man. Powerful post!
sweet studies, is your school work a secret or something??
very inspiring as usual.I keep trying to figure out how you do those textures on your landscapes. It looks amazing.
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