some tonal practices from various movies. Very simple and quick but good way to get the rust off I think.
Will have to keep on going if i want to get my values right
Can’t wait to talk to you guys about the project we are working on right now, it is pretty exciting!
wanted to break off from the B&W then moving on to the color, so I started without model in colors directly. I feel like the overal quality suffered a bit, but it was an interesting exercise!
Some practice inspired by a tutorial made by Sparth
I never do lines on computer, even tho this is my main technique when drawing by hand, I should try to merge both in the same practice since I’m so used to drawing like that with traditional methods.
bonus! here’s the process,
I don’t often paint on the computer,
but it’s probably time I start.
from a Wu Zhaoming painting
Here’s a quick updated of sketches made recently.
Loosening up with ink and a little bit of watercolors too. There’s a strong influence of Michael Lentz in those, but for the practice it was interesting.
There is something amazing with his style, so rough it’s immediately recognizable but almost abstract at the same time. As if all his paintings were thick with dust in the air.
Well, my title made me laugh, I’m not really trying to be Ashley Wood junior, but want it or not, reproducing painting from the masters is the best way to practice a style.
Just to make sure: all the rights goes to his work, and so on, I’m not planning on making anything with that painting. except practice.
So here it is. It’s not done yet, but you can see the first layer.
There’s other stuff going on, but I’ll post them on monday! Be patient!