Some imaginary interior based on islamic architecture.
Dean Cornwell study.
Applying what I have learned to a photo-study.
Silhouette study from another artwork I don't know the artist of.
Trying to achieve a more painterly and loose look.
Focusing on planes and simple brushes.
Focusing on brush efficiency and simplicity. Establishing a clear hierarchy of edges seems key. Hardest for highlights, softer for modelling. Was a quick one too, probably < 1 hr.
After talking to my Dad about the topic of "gaining competence", I decided to get a better grip on processes. So here is a step by step process of the study you see below. I tweaked the reference for a more graphic read and took some liberty towards shape design and such.
Reference below. Sorry I couldn't retrace whom the photo is from, it isn't mine.
I am not sure why, but I haven't been too active on my blog lately. But I tried to get some mileage with my studies. So here are a couple. The digital ones at least.
Somebody on Discord suggested I shouldn't simply copy but change the color-palette, so it is a bigger challange. Something worth trying at least.
Armor - studies, because I noticed that I need to know the parts better.
Gestures and lay-ins. I kinda messed the proportions up on the guy in the middle.
This is my blog.
I will share information about workflow, my insights into image-making or just general thoughts and rants about being an artist.