the photo never looks exactly like the original painting OTL
why is it that oil doesn't translate. i think its the translucency of it.... anyway this image rules. love the light pool and saturation around it.
you forgot background tech, or is this a "Decorated" area? i prefer the battleship walls with all the wires and tech showing as opposed to say, home walls where all the wiring, pipes and all the accessories to go with both are inside the walls where we cant see them?
wish you could get a better photo of it :\ looks cool, love the lighting on the ground. the bot is really static tho, would like it more if it was walking towards us to give the pic more action
Have you played X-Com enemy within? I was earlier today and was wondering if you'd seen the mecs in that game.
Just an odd question.
Just an odd question.
very cool, good lighting
You're doing great in my opinion though.
Killer new piece... impressionist moves here too
yes, if u dont stand infront of the painting it wont look the same....and do I smell a new ashley wood growing?
LOL thanks dude. Actually the more I using acrylic paint mech (although only 2 so far), the more I feel how awesome ashley wood is. This is toooo hard to control compare with digital media...
digital is way simpler! lol! ashley wood is the man! i have his artbook , WWR the painting is like about to pop out of book, the best way you can capture ur work in a photo is actually to scan it, I know it is crazy what am saying but only proper lighting can catch the depth of the strokes if you are working on a small scale canvas try scanning it and keep practicing, traditional medium make you mature even faster on a digital scale and all the best!
Absolutely brilliant. Have you thought about putting some of your work up to sell as prints on society6 or something? It definitely deserves to be, man.
Ha, no. At least not now. So many people out there are better than me, I don't want to be too arrogant. Thank you for your appreciation man!
At the very minimum it will give you more views and people watching you. But i love your art style it looks dusty and taken in a desert like place with a light sandstorm out( which would explain the mask and gear).